Why the "Butcher of Bosnia" is now a convicted war criminal
He did not take the sentencing well. As the judge read his verdict, Mladic demanded a toilet break, during which his blood pressure was taken three times before the defense counsel asked for the hearing to be suspended.
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.
Russia Just Vetoed a UN Resolution to Bring the People Who Downed MH17 to Justice
Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution to establish a tribunal with powers to prosecute those responsible for the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine last year.
In Photos: Laying to Rest Srebrenica Victims Two Decades After the Massacre
Photographer Srdjan Veljovic documented a somber ceremony that saw 136 Srebrenica victims buried on the 20th anniversary of the massacre.
Video Shows Serbian PM Fleeing Srebrenica Memorial as Crowd Pelts Him With Debris
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was forced to flee a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre after people hurled stones, bottles, and insults at him.
The Killing Fields of Srebrenica: Twenty Years After the Bosnian Genocide
Ahead of this year's memorial event, we visited the town where Bosnian Serb forces killed 8,000 Muslim men and boys in 1995.
Petra Živić and Stefan Veselinović
The US Is Trying to Deport At Least 150 Bosnian War Crime Suspects
Immigration officials reportedly have evidence that the suspects lied on their visa applications and participated in the 1995 atrocities in Srebrenica.
War Crimes Trial Ends as Divisive Election Nears in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The five-year trial of suspected war criminal and former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic came to a close this week, just as voters in Bosnia and Herzegovina were due to head to the polls.
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.