One month after the escalation of the largest protests seen in Bosnia in two decades, hundreds of people are still taking to the streets of Sarajevo, Mostar, Zenica and other towns each day.
Heavy police forces in Sarajevo secured the streets and prevented the protesters of blocking the main crossroads on Friday.
PODGORICA - The Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) celebrated in Podgorica nine centuries of the birth of Stefan Nemanja, the founder of the Nemanjic dynasty.
Stefan Nemanja is the founder of the powerful Serbian country in the middle ages and SPC celebrates him as Saint Simeon the Myrrh-streaming.
Opinion polls ahead of Greeces regional and municipal elections in May as well as the results from various ballots held recently by professional associations indicate that the partisan lines of the past are mostly irrelevant.
Only a very small minority of people are still voting on the basis of narrow party interests or good old ideological dividing lines.
Lawyers for former Serb fighters accused of involvement in killing and burning Bosniak civilians at a village mosque near Prijedor in 1992 said their guilt had not been proved.
ZAGREB - Alen Budaj, an associate of the Jerusalem-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, has said that the coutries that are legal successors to the former Yugoslavia, Serbia in particular, must send a strong diplomatic protest to the Vatican over its intention declare Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac a saint.