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Two ex-Bosnian Army soldiers arrested on suspicion of war crimes in Sarajevo

Two former Bosnia and Herzegovina Army soldiers were arrested in Sarajevo on Wednesday on suspicion of committing war crimes in Sarajevo in 1993.

120 Bosnian nationals fighting in Syria, Iraq

In the past six months, departures of nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina wishing to fight in Syria and Iraq have completely stopped, but there are still around 120 Bosnia and Herzegovina citizens...

Survival of EU project key to peace and stability

A European future for southeast Europe is of key significance for stability and the preservation of peace and for the destiny of countries in that region, according to the opinions expressed by ...

Lajcak: Bosnia and Herzegovina has prospect of EU membership

The EU enlargement process continues to have staunch advocates among the member-countries and it will continue despite existing problems, and Bosnia and Herzegovina is among countries that have a...

Minister's not going to Sarajevo unrelated to current events in Bosnia

The Croatian Defence Ministry said on Monday that Minister Damir Krsticevic would not attend a meeting of his Central European counterparts in Sarajevo and that this had nothing to do with current...

Croatian ambassador in Sarajevo visits arrested ex-HVO members

Croatia's ambassador in Sarajevo on Tuesday visited the former members of the HVO Bosnian Croat forces suspected of war crimes against Serbs, saying that Croatia's next steps depended on whether...

Plenkovic's meetings in Sarajevo reflect understanding and desire for greater cooperation

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Friday pledged support for efforts for achieving full equality of Bosnia and Herzegovina's peoples and citizens, Sarajevo Archbishop Cardinal Vinko Puljic said...

Croatia Airlines celebrates 20 years of flights to Sarajevo

Croatia's national air carrier, Croatia Airlines on Wednesday celebrated 20 years of Zagreb - Sarajevo flights with the airline's CEO Kresimir Kucko announcing the airline's stronger presence in...

AfD politician born in Bosnia under investigation

Police in Freiburg have searched the flat of Dubravko Mandic, a lawyer and politician of the right-populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, as part of an investigation of this Sarajevo native...

Eurostat: Bosnia census results valid

The results of the first post-war census in Bosnia and Herzegovina conducted three years ago are valid and the entire process was conducted in compliance with international standards, and some...

Suspects interviewed over unconstitutional Bosnian Serb entity referendum

Two members of a commission which carried out an unconstitutional referendum in the Bosnian Serb entity on September 25 were interviewed at the Bosnian State Prosecutor's Office in Sarajevo on...

Sarajevo audience 'protests' its way into theatre to watch Croatian director's play

The performance was earlier opposed by the Croatian cultural society "Napredak" and several Bosniak associations which claimed that the play offended the religious feelings of Catholics and...

Bosnian authorities say Italian journalist "set up" scene of illegal arms purchase

Italian journalist Luigi Pelazza, who filmed a story on an illegal arms purchase in Bosnia and Herzegovina, "set up" the evidence to portray the country as a free market for supplying weapons to...

More than 100 parties to run in Bosnia's local elections on Oct 2

Slightly more than 3.2 million registered voters will have the opportunity to elect new municipal and town councils as well as municipal heads and mayors in 141 communities, including Brcko...

Bosnian prosecution investigating Serb entity referendum

The Bosnian Prosecutor's Office has launched an investigation into a Bosnian Serb entity referendum which breached the law and the constitution, and the persons responsible for organising it will...