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Serb nationalist is elected Srebrenica mayor

Bosnian Serb Mladen Grujicic has been elected mayor of Srebrenica where thousands of Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serbs during the 1990s.

Bosnian Serb Mladen Grujicic has been elected mayor of Srebrenica where thousands of Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serbs during the 1990s.

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Sarajevo's vibrant youth probe past, present

Two decades after the end of the Bosnian War, the children of Sarajevo educate themselves in its history. They have created university exchange

Two decades after the end of the Bosnian War, the children of Sarajevo educate themselves in its history. They have created university exchange

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Bosnia nationalists confirmed as election winners

Nationalists from Bosnia’s three main ethnic groups will take power in the country’s three-way presidency and look set to take control of other

Nationalists from Bosnia’s three main ethnic groups will take power in the country’s three-way presidency and look set to take control of other

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Difficult choices for people voting in Bosnia-Herzegovina

It is decision day for people in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Some 3.3 million people are eligible to vote in elections for a three-person rotating

It is decision day for people in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Some 3.3 million people are eligible to vote in elections for a three-person rotating

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Fervent nationalism dominates end of Bosnia's election campaign

Fervent nationalism has dominated the close of campaigning ahead of elections on Sunday in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The president of one of the

Fervent nationalism has dominated the close of campaigning ahead of elections on Sunday in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The president of one of the

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Bosnians have little hope for change in Sunday's elections

Bosnians are preparing to vote in the seventh general elections on October 12, but in a country plagued by corruption and ethnic divisions observers

Bosnians are preparing to vote in the seventh general elections on October 12, but in a country plagued by corruption and ethnic divisions observers

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Bonus interview: Srecko Latal, political analyst

In Sarajevo Euronews met with one of the leading political analysts of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Srecko Latal from the think tank “Social Overview Service

In Sarajevo Euronews met with one of the leading political analysts of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Srecko Latal from the think tank “Social Overview Service

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Bonus interview: Emir Dikic, "Transparency International"

Emir Dikic chairs the Board of Directors of the Bosnian branch of the anti-corruption NGO “Transparency International”. Euronews met him in Sarajevo.

Emir Dikic chairs the Board of Directors of the Bosnian branch of the anti-corruption NGO “Transparency International”. Euronews met him in Sarajevo.

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Bosnia: Peaceful protests on the streets of Sarajevo

There have been more anti-government protests in Sarajevo. On Monday around 200 people gathered in front of the Presidency of Bosnia and

There have been more anti-government protests in Sarajevo. On Monday around 200 people gathered in front of the Presidency of Bosnia and

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Bosnia: decades of dissatisfaction flare into protest in Tuzla

The city of Tuzla, once a thriving powerhouse of Bosnian industry, has become a hotbed of protest. Twenty-two people, including 17 police officers

The city of Tuzla, once a thriving powerhouse of Bosnian industry, has become a hotbed of protest. Twenty-two people, including 17 police officers

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Thousands of Bosnians call on regional government to quit

Thousands of Bosnians have rallied in several towns to demand their government’s resignation. The protests, which began in Tuzla against corruption

Thousands of Bosnians have rallied in several towns to demand their government’s resignation. The protests, which began in Tuzla against corruption

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Bosnia: Protester calls grow for government resignations

Protesters in Bosnia have increased their demands as discontent with their political leaders deepens. In Sarajevo, anger over corruption and the

Protesters in Bosnia have increased their demands as discontent with their political leaders deepens. In Sarajevo, anger over corruption and the

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Unrest in Bosnia as protesters demand resignation of government

Thousands of Bosnians have been demonstrating for a sixth day, calling for the resignation of the government. There have been mass protests in more

Thousands of Bosnians have been demonstrating for a sixth day, calling for the resignation of the government. There have been mass protests in more

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Protesters torch government buildings in Bosnia

Protesters have set fire to government buildings and fought with police on the third day of Bosnia’s worst civil unrest since its 1992-95 war. In

Protesters have set fire to government buildings and fought with police on the third day of Bosnia’s worst civil unrest since its 1992-95 war. In

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More ID row protests in Bosnia as baby victim is buried

Bosnians say they will continue to protest over the case of a baby girl who died after political and bureaucratic wrangling led to crucial delays in

Bosnians say they will continue to protest over the case of a baby girl who died after political and bureaucratic wrangling led to crucial delays in

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Bosnia melts down old weapons

Hundreds of assault rifles, hand guns, bazookas and ammunition have been destroyed in Bosnia. Authorities want to reduce the number of illegal arms

Hundreds of assault rifles, hand guns, bazookas and ammunition have been destroyed in Bosnia. Authorities want to reduce the number of illegal arms

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Parents in Bosnia in birth registrations protest

The Bosnian parliament was blockaded overnight on Friday by parents angry at lawmakers’ inability to agree on registration for newborns. Since

The Bosnian parliament was blockaded overnight on Friday by parents angry at lawmakers’ inability to agree on registration for newborns. Since

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Bosnian Federation President detained for bribery

Bosnia’s autonomous Muslim-Croat federation president, Zivko Budimir, has been sentenced by a court for taking bribes to arrange pardons for

Bosnia’s autonomous Muslim-Croat federation president, Zivko Budimir, has been sentenced by a court for taking bribes to arrange pardons for

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Bosnia: regional president arrested in anti-corruption operation

The president of Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat federation has been arrested in an anti-corruption probe, according to a spokesman for the state

The president of Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat federation has been arrested in an anti-corruption probe, according to a spokesman for the state