Retired Canadian General, former UNPROFOR Commander in Sarajevo, Lewis MacKenzie, comes to Belgrade on the forthcoming Belgrade Book Fair, in order to promote Serbian edition of his book entitled: "Peacekeeper: The Road to Sarajevo", written 26 years ago, that was a bestseller in Canada.
During his visit, Erdogan will speak with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, take part on the Summit of Serbia, Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and attend laying the cornerstone for the construction of the Belgrade-Sarajevo highway.
You will be able to follow all the details of the visit on the B92.net website in our live blog.
But the authorities have yet to find a way to bring her and dozens of other women and children back from the camps where they now live.
"We thought it would develop faster as far as our Ministry of Security and all that is concerned, but to this day, nothing has happened here," Senija Muhamedagic told BIRN
Dzemil Hodzic launched the Sniper Alley site in an attempt to collect and save all the wartime photographs he could find from Sarajevo in one place, establishing a database that will be easily accessible to anyone who wants to find images from the years when the Bosnian capital was under siege in the 1990s.
"From that moment on, and for a long time after that, I did not know what was light or what was dark, with whom I was speaking or what I was doing, it was all mechanical," says Fahrudin Kucuk in the documentary film 'Lakonoga' ('Light-Footed'), which is dedicated to his daughter, Aida, the first child to be killed in Sarajevo at the beginning of 1992-95 Bosnian war.
The first-ever Pride March passed off peacefully in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, after starting Sunday at noon. After the participants gathered in front of the Eternal Flame, a well-known memorial dedicated to victims of World War II, a few hundred people marched through Tito Street, Sarajevo's main street, and ended in front of the state-level parliament.
Sarajevo is getting ready to host its first Pride parade on Sunday, aimed at supporting protection of the rights of the LGBTIQ community, which some 500 people are expected to join. However, the march will be matched by counter-marches held both the day before and on the same day as the Pride event.