Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnian Pupils Taken on Religious March ‘for the Unborn’

High school pupils in the city of Mostar in south-west Bosnia and Herzegovina were taken by their school on Thursday on a 'Walk of Love for the Unborn', a Catholic religious march through the city, media reported.

It was not clear from the media reports if the pupils' consent or that of their parents was sought for their participation.

Brnabic: I expect nothing from Brussels meeting, Kurti violating agreement

MOSTAR - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said she had no expectations from Tuesday's meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Pristina's PM Albin Kurti in Brussels.

Speaking to reporters in Mostar, Brnabic said she not only saw no intent in Pristina to implement agreements reached ten years ago, but believed that Pristina was purposely violating the Brussels Agreement.

Brnabic meets with Covic, Kristo in Mostar

MOSTAR - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met on Tuesday in Mostar with Deputy Chairman of the House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Covic, who also chairs the Croat People Caucus of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as with Chairwoman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers Borjana Kristo.

Brnabic is in Mostar for the city's annual international economic fair.

Bosnian Protesters Demand Release of Detained Intelligence Chief

More than 200 Bosnians holding banners and flags protested on Thursday in Sarajevo over the arrest of the country's intelligence chief, Osman Mehmedagic.

The head of the Intelligence and Security Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, OSA, was detained by Sarajevo Canton police on Wednesday in an investigation into abuse of office, forgery of documents and money laundering.