Tech-savvy programmers in Bosnia have developed an innovative piece of virtual reality software aimed at relieving stress.
The team of five at Mostar-based VRET - which stands for Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy - has developed the software with the aim of helping people, while also building a business that can sell to international clients.
Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday that the Serb-Bosniak relations are the backbone for the survival of the Western Balkans "in the proper sense of the word."
The Serbian prime minister, speaking in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, where he is on a one-day visit, also called for resolving all problems peacefully.
Turkey appears unable to generate any good news these days. Developments point to a country that is in a rapid downward spiral. If you ask President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an and Prime Minister Ahmet Davuto?lu, as well as their ardent followers, Turkey has never had it so good.
Bosnia's State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) on Monday arrested five people for smuggling weapons, ammunition and military equipment out of the country, the prosecutor's office said.
It said the suspects are under investigation as a part of an alleged organized crime group which sells firearms in Bosnia, Serbia and Germany.