Bosnia arrests five for planning `terrorist act` in Scandinavia

Four Bosnians and a Swede of Arab origin were arrested in Bosnia after being found with an explosive device to be used for "a terrorist act" in a Scandinavian country, police said Friday.

'US moving to deport Bosnians tied to war crimes'

The United States is moving to deport at least 150 Bosnians suspected of taking part in war crimes and ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, the New York Times reported.

Four killed in Bosnian mine waste slide

Four people illegally extracting coal from an opencast mine in Bosnia have been killed in a slag heap slide, authorities said Sunday.

Four people presumed killed in Bosnian mine waste slide

At least four people illegally extracting coal from a ground level coal mine in Bosnia are thought to have been killed by a large slag heap slide, authorities said today.

Pope to visit Sarajevo in June

Pope Francis said on Sunday he would make a one-day trip to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo in June, his latest visit to a country where Islam is the dominant religion amid growing persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

Pope Francis to visit Sarajevo in June

Pope Francis said Sunday he plans a June visit to Sarajevo, the city that became a bloody symbol of the Balkans wars of the 1990s.

UN court upholds life for two convicted in Srebrenica massacre

The UN`s Yugoslav war crimes court on Friday upheld life convictions of two Bosnian Serbs for their role in the Srebrenica massacre of almost 8,000 Muslim men and boys in 1995.

London and Berlin urge Bosnia to get back on EU path

The British and German foreign ministers on Friday urged Bosnia`s leaders to get back on the path towards European Union membership before the opportunity disappears.

Serbia, Bosnia carry out rare joint swoop on war crimes suspects

An unprecedented joint investigation by former foes Serbia and Bosnia culminated on Friday in the arrests of 15 people suspected of kidnapping and murdering nearly two dozen Serbs in an attack during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War, officials said.

Bosnia sack coach Susic
Bosnia sack coach Susic

Bosnia sacked coach Safet Susic on Monday following a series of poor results in Euro 2016 qualifiers.

"The situation is worrying since the goals set for the first part of qualification have not been met," a Bosnian football federation statement said.

For first time, Bosnia controls its skies

  Bosnia took control over most of its air space on Thursday for the first time in 22 years as an independent state after finally establishing its own system of air traffic control.

Euro 2016 qualifying: Bosnia and Belgium share spoils in 1-1 draw
Euro 2016 qualifying: Bosnia and Belgium share spoils in 1-1 draw

Bosnia and Belgium drew 1-1 in an entertaining Euro 2016 Group B qualifier after midfielder Radja Nainggolan cancelled out Edin Dzeko’s first-half opener for the Balkan nation on Monday.

Nationalists win Bosnia's joint presidency: Results

Nationalist candidates from Bosnia's Croat, Muslim and Serb communities won the country's three-man presidency, election results showed on Monday, underlining continued ethnic strains 20 years after the Balkan state's civil war.

Bosnians vote for Presidents, Parliament

Bosnia voted Sunday to choose new leaders and a parliament amid mounting social discontent in a country plagued with corruption and ethnic disputes which are hampering its approach to the European Union.

Bosnia holds vote amid mounting discontent and economic woes

Bosnia holds general elections Sunday against the backdrop of mounting social discontent as well as ethnic disputes and rampant corruption that are blocking its entry into the European Union.

Karadzic was `unaware` of Srebrenica massacre: Lawyer

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic "did not know" of the 1995 massacre of thousands of Muslims at Srebrenica during Bosnia`s bloody civil war, his lawyer said Thursday, seeking an acquittal.

`All Serbs` on trial at war crimes court, says Karadzic

 Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic on Wednesday said "all Serbs" were on trial as he began his closing statement to the Yugoslav war crimes court, where he is charged with some of the worst atrocities in Europe since World War II. 

Radovan Karadzic to close arguments in his UN genocide trial

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic will begin his closing statement on Wednesday to the Yugoslav war crimes court, where he is charged with some of the worst atrocities in Europe since World War II.

Karadzic `drove` Bosnia`s ethnic cleansing, UN court told

 Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic "drove" ethnic cleansing during Bosnia`s bloody civil war, including some of the worst atrocities since World War II, the Yugoslav war crimes court heard on Monday.

Bosnian Serb ex-police charged over Srebrenica genocide

Bosnian prosecutors on Friday indicted two former Bosnian Serb police officials of charges of helping perpetrate genocide in Srebrenica, where some 8,000 Muslim men were killed by Serb forces in 1995.