The Black Flag in the Balkans: The Islamic State's Links to Bosnia
As many as 300 Bosnians have joined the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and security officials fear that few opportunities for Bosnia's young men could lead even more to join violent radical jihadist groups.
Serbia Detains Seven in First Arrests Over 1995 Srebrenica Massacre
Two decades after Bosnian Serbs slaughtered 8,000 Muslims in a UN "safe haven," Serbia has finally tracked down some of the suspected perpetrators.
Divisions Cemented as Nationalists Hold On to Power in Bosnia-Herzegovina Vote
Two decades after the Dayton Agreement helped end a brutal war, the country is mired in economic troubles and narrow sectarian interests are threatening progress.
Remembering Srebrenica on the Anniversary of the 1995 Balkans Massacre
In July 1995, more than 8,000 “Bosniaks” (Bosnian Muslims) were systematically killed by Serb soldiers in what is sometimes called the lone act of European genocide since World War II. It was the culmination of three years of ethnic cleansing.