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The parliamentary and presidential election is just days away, with the ethnically divisive rhetoric dominating the lead-up.
A recent attack on a journalist in the city of Banja Luka, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has sparked protests across the country and put journalists’ safety in the spotlight.
Over 10,000 people gathered in the southern Bosnian city of Mostar on Sunday to watch the 452nd annual diving competition, with participants jumping from the historic Old Bridge into the Neretva River.
The foreign influence on economics and politics and their effects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Since Gulen and the AKP have fallen apart in Turkey, the country has been hell bent on destroying the whole structure, which is going against the interest of Bosnia Herzegovina
Video games have emerged as the surprise new political weapon in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On paper, Bosnia and Herzegovina has made strides in advancing LGBT rights. But in practice, gay men and women do not feel safe from discrimination or harassment.
Negotiations are ongoing between the International Red Cross and the governments of those involved as to if, how and when to repatriate these widows from the Syrian War
Japan participates in the reconciliation process in Bosnia by bringing children together through sport.
More and more people are beginning to stand up for the rights of animals in the countries of the former Yugoslavia.
The so-called "Butcher of Bosnia" is indicted for genocide, crimes against humanity and other war crimes committed during the Bosnian war.
Musicans battle to conserve a century of tradition as the world that fostered it disappears around them.
Senior citizens in Bosnia and Herzegovina are turning to art and design to escape poverty.
The night sky lit up as people partied after the traditional event at the southern Bosnian city's famous bridge.
Bright sunshine provided an idyllic backdrop for the annual competition in Mostar's Old City.
Mostar’s historic buildings have been a draw for generations of tourists but the city’s walls now offer a more modern attraction – street art.
Kerim Ahmetspahic, a 16-year-old taekwondo champion, set a new Guinness World Record in Bosnia for crushing 111 building blocks with his head in only 35 seconds.
Kerim Ahmetspahic, a 16-year-old, taekwondo martial artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina, on Saturday (March 25) attempted the athletic, and rather painful-looking, task of smashing 111 building blocks