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Thousands flock to Medjugorje for 25th Youth Prayer Festival

Medjugorje - As most young people head to the Adriatic coast for sun and sea holidays, tens of thousands of young Catholics attend the Medjugorje Youth Prayer Festival.

Bosnia buries 284 war victims two decades on

Kozarac - Thousands gathered on Sunday for a final farewell to 284 people killed in Bosnia's 1992-1995 war, after their remains were exhumed from one of the largest mass graves found in the country.

Srebrenica victims remembered 19 years on

Srebrenica - Thousands of people gathered on Friday in Srebrenica to mark the 19th anniversary of the massacre of some 8,000 Muslim males by ethnic Serb forces, Europe's worst atrocity since World War II.

Sarajevo marks 100 years since shots that sparked Great War

Sarajevo - Bosnia marked 100 years since the assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo that sparked World War I, but the divisive legacy of the gunman Gavrilo Princip meant Serbs shunned the event.

Sarajevo remembers spark for Great War

Sarajevo - Sarajevo marks 100 years since the assassination that triggered World War I on Saturday, but without the leaders of Europe and with its people still torn over the legacy of that fateful day.

Mine explodes in Bosnia as floods clear-up begins

Sarajevo - A landmine dislodged by devastating floods in the Balkans exploded in Bosnia, officials said Wednesday, hurting no one but highlighting the dangers of a huge clean-up operation as governments began counting the costs.

Mine explodes in Bosnia as floods clear-up begins

Sarajevo - A landmine dislodged by devastating floods in the Balkans exploded in Bosnia, officials said Wednesday, hurting no one but highlighting the dangers of a huge clean-up operation as governments began counting the costs.

Catastrophic floods bring down Bosnia ethnic barriers

Zepce - When Ibro Begic decided to tackle the hazardous mountain road to reach those stricken by record floods near his Bosnian town, he was also challenging deep ethnic divisions left over from the brutal conflict of the 1990s.

Balkans floods trigger Bosnia's worst exodus since war

Lokvine - Bosnia said Monday it was witnessing "the biggest exodus" since the 1990s war after the worst floods in a century inundated huge swathes of the Balkans, killing at least 47 people.

Four dead as 'catastrophic' floods hit Bosnia and Serbia

Sarajevo - Four people in Bosnia have died in flooding from the heaviest rainfall to hit the Balkans in over a century, officials said Friday, in what Serbia's premier has called a "horrible natural catastrophe".

Three dead as 'catastrophic' floods hit Bosnia and Serbia

Sarajevo - Flooding from the heaviest rainfall in over a century in the Balkans claimed three lives in Bosnia, officials said Friday, in what Serbia's premier called a "horrible natural catastrophe".

Serbian leader seeks to rebuild ties with Bosnia

Sarajevo - The new prime minister of Serbia travelled to Bosnia on Tuesday, pledging to respect borders and rebuild ties that remain tense nearly two decades after the devastating conflict that tore the region apart.

Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect arrested in France

Sarajevo - French police arrested a Bosnian Serb former soldier suspected of detaining civilians inside a house and then setting it on fire, killing 59 people during Bosnia's 1992-1995 war, officials said Friday.

Another miracle in Medjugorje? Italian Andrea de Luce walks!

Medjugorje - More mysterious happenings are happening in a small town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as a wheelchair-bound Italian teenager finally walks.

Poverty, joblessness underpin Bosnia's bloody riots

Sarajevo - The failure of Bosnia's political leaders to address grinding poverty and growing unemployment has prompted the first violent protests since the 1992-95 war, with dire warnings of worse to come.

Peaceful protests in Bosnia after riots

Sarajevo - Bosnia was hit by fresh protests against unemployment and corruption Saturday but the demonstrations were mostly peaceful as the country was left reeling from three days of rioting in the worst unrest since the 1992-1995 war.

Bosnia police use tear gas against protesting workers, 130 injured

Sarajevo - More than 130 people, most of them policemen, were injured when police used tear gas and clashed with Bosnian demonstrators angry over the dire economic situation in a country where unemployment tops more than 44 percent, officials said.

Bosnia police use tear gas against protesting workers

Sarajevo - More than 30 people were injured after police used tear gas and clashed with Bosnian demonstrators angry over the dire economic situation in a country where unemployment tops more than 44 percent, officials said.

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi injured, out until 2014

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi will miss six to eight weeks due to a hamstring injury he suffered in a 4-1 victory over Real Betis Sunday.

Op-Ed: NATO and the Disposable Male

Next Autumn, NATO will be holding a major conference in Newport, Gwent. This organisation seems also to hold some peculiarly politically correct ideas.
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