Ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina

War-damaged Bosnian City Shows Solidarity With Paris

The war-damaged Bosnian city of Mostar showed its solidarity with Paris on Tuesday, when its famous Old Bridge was illuminated in blue, white and red - the colours of the French flag - on an initiative of a local NGO called the Centre for Peace and Multiethnic Cooperation.

The light show followed the massive fire that severely damaged the famous Cathedral of Notre Dame on Monday.

"Pristina has taken dialogue 50 steps backwards"

This has been assessed by Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic.

Speaking for Pink TV on Friday in Belgrade, Brnabic pointed out that due to all these decisions of the provisional institutions in Pristina she "does not see any indication of a compromise" - and instead believes that Belgrade and Pristina are increasingly removed from one.

Bosnian Serb Police Release Davor Dragicevic

Bosnian Serb police on Wednesday released Davor Dragicevic after detaining him for more than 24 hours.

The father of the young man whose death has sparked political turmoil in Bosnia's mainly Serb entity, Republika Srpska, vowed to continue his campaign for justice and the regular protests in the main squqre of Banja Luka, the main city in the RS.