Several thousand people have attended a funeral service in northwestern Bosnia for 86 Muslims who were killed by Serbs in one of the worst atrocities of the country’s 1992-95 war.
Thousands of mourners have gathered to commemorate the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, the worst mass killing in Europe since the Second World War, as Serbian officials continued to dispute that genocide was committed in the eastern Bosnian enclave.
Uncollected rubbish is piling up on the streets of the southern Bosnian city of Mostar – one of the Balkan nation’s main tourist destinations – since residents began blocking access to the city’s sole landfill.
Stormy winds have uprooted trees, knocked over traffic lights and disrupted travel in Croatia, injuring two people and prompting authorities to advise people to stay indoors.
“It feels as if I walked towards death… It broke my childhood”: Refugee from hell of Balkan war finds sanctuary at Holyrood
NEJRA HASANIC was just 14 when the tanks rolled into Prijedor.
IT was a horrendous, brutal siege in a civil war tearing the Balkans apart.
War crimes victim on her relentless campaign to hunt down the guilty men 25 years after atrocity shattered her family
BAKIRA HASECIC was an ordinary mum, bringing up two daughters with her husband in their home town of Visegrad in eastern Bosnia.