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By Anna Miller, Liza Schmidt, Ben Weiss, Asim Bešlija
Bosnia and Herzegovina was created in 1992 from the remains of the former Yugoslavia, setting off a sectarian war in which Serb forces committed genocide against Muslims, known as Bosniaks. While the war ended 30 years ago, as Special Correspondent…
By Kira Kay
A senior U.S. diplomat says he's received assurances from members of Bosnia's presidency there will be no repeat of armed clashes in the war-scarred nation despite deep tensions triggered by Bosnian Serb separatist moves.
By Associated Press
The chief international representative in Bosnia is warning that the war-scarred Balkan nation could face the biggest “existential threat of the post-war period” if the international community does not curb threatened separatist actions by Bosnian Serbs.
By Amer Cohadzic, Associated Press
The Balkan nation has reported a new record number of deaths from COVID-19. Authorities said 99 people died in 24 hours in the country of 3.3 million people.
In our news wrap Wednesday, Pfizer agrees to give the U.S. an additional 100 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, President-Elect Biden introduces Miguel Cardona as his nominee for Secretary of Education, the FBI says Iran was behind efforts to…
By Sabina Niksic, Associated Press
Tensions are growing in northwestern Bosnia as local authorities crackdown on thousands of Europe-bound migrants stranded there, including through a series of measures described by human rights activists as "discriminatory and reckless."…
Speaking at a commemoration ceremony for the thousands of massacre victims, held in the memorial center and cemetery just outside Srebrenica, a top Bosnian official warned that the extent of the 1995 slaughter is still being systematically denied despite irrefutable…
In Bihac, migrants look for abandoned buildings or factories, or stay in the town's migrant center if they are lucky.
By PBS NewsHour
Serbian men raped tens of thousands of Bosnian Muslim women during the Bosnian War between 1992 and 1995, a genocidal tactic to terrorize and destroy Muslim communities. Now, the people conceived by those assaults are adults and finding ways to…
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