Geography of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Teacher Injured in School Shooting in Bosnia, Former Pupil Arrested

A teacher has been shot and is undergoing medical treatment after a 13-year-old opened fire in an elementary school in Lukavac in northeast Bosnia on Wednesday morning. 

"The suspect is a child who is not yet 14 years old (born in late June 2009). The child is being held at Lukavac Police Department," Admir Arnautovic, Tuzla Canton Prosecutor's Office's spokesperson, told the media. 

Torrential Rain Overflowing Rivers, Cause Chaos in Bosnia, Croatia

A state of natural disaster has been declared in Una-Sana Canton, one of ten cantons in Bosnia's Federation entity, after heavy rain.

"Our citizens have had a sleepless night, the situation is extremely difficult," Una-Sana Canton's Prime Minister, Mustafa Ruznic, said, N1 reported.

Many roads have been flooded, cutting off towns from the rest of the country. Photo: N1

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.

My Missing Husband: How Bosnia’s War Devastated an Albanian Family

Fadila Huduti last saw her husband Bajrus at a police station in the town of Doboj in northern Bosnia on May 5, 1992, after the married couple were arrested at their house by Serb soldiers.

"By a cruel twist of fate, it happened on our 20th wedding anniversary. We got married on May 5, 1972," Huduti said.

30th Anniversary of Wartime Hero’s Killing Marked in Bosnia

Srdjan Aleksic's father said on Friday that the tributes paid to his son, who died 30 years ago and has become a rare symbol of wartime tolerance, are keeping him alive.

As he arranged flowers on his son's grave in the city of Trebinje, Rade Aleksic proudly showed off a pot on which unknown mourners had written the message: "To a fellow citizen - a hero."