SARAJEVO A Serb nationalist who opposes Bosnia as a state won a share of its tripartite presidency, election results showed on Monday, as Serb, Croat and Muslim ethnic parties dominated their regions in voting likely to slow the country's march toward EU integration.
SARAJEVO Bosnian Serb nationalist leader Milorad Dodik and Sefik Dzaferovic, the candidate of the largest Muslim Bosniak party, have won the Serb and Bosniak seats in Bosnia's triumverate presidency, the election commission said early Monday.
SARAJEVO Bosnian Serb nationalist leader Milorad Dodik proclaimed victory in Bosnia's presidential election on Sunday, as did the candidate of the largest Muslim Bosniak party.
SARAJEVO/BANJA LUKA Protests organised in Bosnia's two largest cities on Friday by a pair of fathers demanding the truth about the alleged murders of their sons overshadowed rallies for Sunday's general election.
SARAJEVO/BANJA LUKA Kayakers from across Europe took to Bosnia's Vrbas river on Monday to protest against a boom in dam construction across the western Balkans that campaigners say threaten to cause irreparable environmental damage.
SARAJEVO/TRAVNIK Bosnia's dire unemployment and corruption problems have been driving its youth abroad for years and many believe the ethnically divisive rhetoric which has dominated the run-up to elections on Oct. 7 means things are about to get worse.
SARAJEVO/BANJA LUKA Russia supports the peace accords that ended Bosnia's war in the 1990s and the country's territorial integrity, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday, dismissing allegations about any negative influence by Russia in the Balkans.
SARAJEVO/VELIKA KLADUSA, Bosnia Mayors and councillors from Bosnian border towns staged a rare protest in the capital on Thursday, demanding the government do more to help them handle thousands of migrants camped out near their towns and cities.
SARAJEVO Bosnia's security minister said on Wednesday he would seek legislative changes to enable border deployments of the army to help stop migrants entering the impoverished country en route to European Union territory.
SARAJEVO Sixty Bosnian Muslim couples held a religious wedding ceremony in the capital Sarajevo on Thursday in what organisers said was one of the biggest Islamic mass weddings in Europe, designed to make it easier for young people to start families.