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"The next train on platform one will arrive.... in four months' time."
The city of Mostar remains divided along ethnic lines - West Mostar is where a majority of Bosnian Croats live and work; and East Mostar is where Bosniak Muslims reside.
12 of those returned were children who had been living under ISIS rule in Syria.
Despite their detrimental impact on environment and health, this post-Yugoslav republic is not gearing up for decarbonisation. The reason? Money.
“This is not a place for human beings,” said Dunja Mijatovic, Council of Europe rights commissioner as she visited the Vucjak camp. “It should be closed."
The Head of News at Euronews Albania has given a personal account of the devastation in the port city of Durres after revisiting the site of damage caused by a 6.4 earthquake.
Human Rights Watch called on European authorities to investigate the "shocking and unacceptable" shooting, which left the migrant critically wounded.
The Director of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles has said the migrant crisis in Greece is the direct result of EU policy
Catherine Woollard’s comments to Euronews’ Good Morning Europe came as the migrant issue in Greece and Bosnia was being discussed by the European Parliament
After Albania and North Macedonia had their EU accession bid vetoed weeks ago, Western Balkan leaders have met to discuss their own free transit zone.
Hundreds of migrants are living in a freezing camp near the Croatian border with almost no food, water, and no electricity.
What does Schengen expansion mean for Europe, and can the EU overcome its border policy crisis triggered by the migrant influx that began in 2014?
Zorica Rebernik has spent her life in red and plans to stay that way - even after she dies. She and husband Zoran eat from red plates, drink from red glasses and sleep in red bedding.
In the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, the LGBTQ community held its first-ever gay pride parade event. But it came under strong police protection as counter-protests were called by religious groups.
Bosnia held its first Gay Pride parade amidst threats of violence.
Bosnians to march for Gay Pride - under heavy police protection
Why hasn't Bosnia formed a government 10 months after its general election? | Euronews Answers
A group of parents in Bosnia and Herzegovina are battling for better support for their children - but have reached a deadlock with the authorities.
Bosnia's Serb, Croat, and Bosniak leaders have reached an agreement to form a government 10 months after the vote.
Most of the 500 or more men in the camp want to make their way north into the European Union but are being intercepted by Croatian and Bosnian police – whom they accuse of heavy-handedness.
Bosnia buries 86 victims of 1992-95 war recovered from grisly ravine
Thousands of mourners poured into Srebrenica on Thursday to mark 24 years since the massacre in the eastern Bosnian town.
In Bosnia today, thousands will remember the victims of the Srebrenica Massacre. 24 years ago, in one of the darkest days of the Bosnian war, over 8,000 Bosniak Muslims were murdered by units of the Serb army.
Twenty-nine migrants were injured in a fire that broke out early on Saturday at a migrant camp in a former factory in Velika Kladusa, Bosnia.
Plastic bottles, rusty barrels and even old washing machines are among tonnes of garbage clogging rivers in Bosnia that were once famous for their emerald colour and crystal-clear waters.
Global landmarks have been illuminated in the French tricolour in solidarity with the Notre Dame after a devastating fire ripped through the Paris cathedral on Monday
Sarajevo will host Bosnia’s first-ever pride parade on September 8, according to the country’s LGBTQ activists. A group of 16 committee leaders of the initiative Bosnian-Herzegovinian (BiH) Pride March, announced in Sarajevo Monday, the planned march will be a protest against inequality.