Bosnia and Herzegovina

Exhibition Documents Children’s Experiences of War-Ravaged Sarajevo

"Using donated equipment from Scotland, I set up an improvised dark room and organised photography classes in the orphanage basement. I developed only a few of those photographs back in the late 1990s and they were sitting in my closet gathering dust. Two years ago I finally scanned them using a high resolution scanner and the results were amazing," he said.

Viktor Orban’s Visit to Bosnian Serb Strongman Puzzles Observers

Orban led a high-level Hungarian delegation that visited to Dodik's hometown Laktasi in Bosnia's Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity on Saturday. He said he intended to return a favour after Dodik's visit to Orban on September 24, yet details of the Bosnian visit remain sketchy.

Janša meets Dodik to discuss situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Ljubljana – Prime Minister Janez Janša met on Sunday Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member of the Bosnia-Herzegovina presidency, to discuss the political situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the region. Janša described the meeting on Twitter as a substantive exchange about the situation in the country.

Turkish president meets with representatives of Bosnian NGOs

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met on Nov. 7 with representatives of Bosnian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Istanbul.

The closed-door meeting started at 15.20 local time (1220GMT) at the Huber Mansion.

Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu and Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalın were also present.

Turkish Govt Urged to Speak Out about Bosnia’s Political Crisis

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, and Bosnian presidency members Sefik Dzeferovic, Zeljko Komsic and Milorad Dodik in Belgrade, October 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE/ANDREJ CUKIC.

The NGOs' joint letter also criticised the inaction of the international community and recalled the consequences of the 1990s war in Bosnia.

Bosnian Army Ex-Soldiers Convicted of Crimes Against Serb Prisoners

The Sarajevo Cantonal Court has sentenced Mustafa Divjan to ten years in prison and Alija Gazibara to two years for crimes against civilians in the Ilidza area during wartime, the court told BIRN.

Divjan was found guilty of killing two Serb civilian prisoners on April 22, 1993 while he was a member of the Bosnian Army's Fourth Motorised Brigade.