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Jews commemorate 'Croatian Auschwitz', fearing far-right surge

Jasenovac - Jews mourned victims of Croatia's most notorious World War II death camp on Friday, boycotting next week's official commemorations as they accuse authorities of failing to respond to a revival of pro-Nazi ideology.

Karadzic verdict 'most important since Nuremberg': Bosnian Muslim leader

Sarajevo - Bosnia's Muslim political leader on Thursday said Radovan Karadzic's genocide conviction was the "most important verdict" since the Nuremberg trials for prominent Nazis.

Srebrenica widows slam Karadzic sentence

Srebrenica - Widows of Srebrenica massacre victims on Thursday slammed as inadequate the 40 year sentence handed down to former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, as supporters dismissed the ruling as biased.

Parents of Sarajevo siege victims nervously await Karadzic ruling

Sarajevo - Twenty years after the 44-month siege of Sarajevo, in which 1,500 children were killed, the young victims' parents anxiously await a ruling on the man they hold responsible.

Karadzic expects acquittal in UN war crimes court: Report

Sarajevo - Wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic said "no reasonable court" would convict him, in an interview published Wednesday, a day before a UN tribunal rules on whether he committed some of Europe's worst atrocities since World War II.

Bosnia's mufti urges authorities to act after Islamist threat

Sarajevo - Bosnia's Muslim religious leader Husein Kavazovic urged authorities on Tuesday to act after he was threatened by a presumed Islamic State group member following his denunciation of Islamist extremism.

Bosnia arrests UN war crimes convict on fresh charges

Sarajevo - A former Bosnian Serb policeman who has already served time in prison for taking part in a massacre during the 1992-1995 war was arrested Monday on fresh war crimes charges.

Bosnians protest against hijab ban in judiciary

Sarajevo - Some 2,000 people, mostly women, protested on Sunday in downtown Sarajevo against a recent ban on wearing a hijab headscarf in the majority Muslim country's judicial institutions.

Gulf tourist influx to Bosnia fuels luxury developments

Sarajevo - With 360 villas and apartments around an artificial lake, swimming pools, a halal supermarket and a Muslim prayer area, the 'Sarajevo resort' is one of Bosnia's most ambitious residential projects to date.

Bosnia to apply next month to join EU

Sarajevo - Bosnia next month will officially apply to join the European Union (EU) in the hope of winning candidate status in 2017, the country's presidency said Tuesday.

Ex-member of Bosnia's presidency charged with war crimes

Sarajevo - A former Serb member of Bosnia's tripartite presidency has been charged with crimes against humanity and war crimes against Croats and Muslims in the 1992-1995 war, a Bosnian prosecutor said on Thursday.

Bosnia says arrests foiled Islamist attack in Sarajevo

Sarajevo - A Bosnian anti-terrorism prosecutor has said the recent arrests of 11 suspected jihadists prevented an attack that purportedly would have killed around 100 holiday revellers in Sarajevo, state television said Saturday.

Bosnia identifies three young sisters from 1992 massacre

Sarajevo - The Roma girls were aged just 3, 5 and 7 when Serb paramilitaries gunned them down in wartime Bosnia, along with their pregnant mother, their father and four other young siblings.

Srebrenica mass grave uncovered 20 years after massacre

Sarajevo - Bosnian forensic experts have started exhuming the human remains from a recently uncovered mass grave believed to contain victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, the war crime prosecutor's office said Wednesday.

Bosnian Muslim leaders launch appeal against extremism

Sarajevo - Religious, political and intellectual Muslim leaders in Bosnia launched a joint appeal Friday against Islamic extremism in the country, admitting they had not initially realised the extent of its threat.In the Balkan country of 3.

20 years on, Bosnia stuck in peace deal divisions

Sarajevo - Two decades after the Dayton agreement brought an end to more than three years of devastating war in Bosnia, the unstable country remains locked in ethnic divisions that were cemented by the peace deal.

Two Bosnian military members shot dead by suicide bomber: Police

Sarajevo - Two members of Bosnia's armed forces were killed when a man attacked them with automatic weapons near a barracks in Sarajevo before blowing himself up, police said.

Serbian PM pays respects to Srebrenica Muslim victims

Srebrenica - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic paid his respects Wednesday to the Muslim victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, months after he was chased from a ceremony in the Bosnian town by an angry stone-throwing crowd.

Serbia, Bosnia show unity at first post-war joint session

Sarajevo - The Bosnian and Serbian premiers held their first joint government session since the 1990s Balkan wars on Wednesday, defying the possibility of new conflict after Germany raised fears of fresh fighting.

Bosnian Muslim war crimes defendant pleads not guilty

Sarajevo - Former Bosnian Muslim commander Naser Oric pleaded not guilty Monday to war crimes during the country's 1992-1995 war, media reports said.
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