Bosnien und Herzegowina
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Police in Sarajevo have arrested Fahrudin Radoncic, head of a party in the ruling coalition and founder of Bosnia's largest newspaper. The arrest comes weeks before the country formally applies for EU membership.
Bosnian Serbs slated for cutting ties to court (11.12.2015)
Western diplomats criticized the government of Republika Srpska, the Serb-dominated entity of Bosnia, after it suspended cooperation with the country's main court, prosecution and state police on Thursday.
Dayton revisited: Bosnia’s peace deal 20 years on (17.11.2015)
Two decades after the end of the Bosnian war, Carl Bildt, who co-chaired the Dayton peace conference, considers its successes and failures, and the lessons for Europe.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, once post-conflict ‘shining star,’ is moving in wrong direction, Security Council warned (10.11.2015)
Two decades after peace accords ended the wars in the former Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina is moving in the wrong direction after years of being the “shining star” of peace building and is threatened by Republika Srpska’s decision to hold a referendum, the United Nations Security Council was...
The Serbian and Bosnian governments have held their first joint session in Sarajevo. The two sides are seeking to improve relations more than two decades after the conflict during the break-up of Yugoslavia.
Over 500 indicted for war crimes in Bosnia (07.10.2015)
Bosnia's state prosecution has charged 509 persons with war crimes over the past ten years, 235 of whom were indicted in the last two-and-a-half years, it said in a statement.
The agreement will set out a legal framework for the possible future participation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the full range of EU-led crisis management military operations and civilian missions.