Bosnia has Europe's most complex system of government and it's going to the polls on Sunday.
The parliamentary and presidential election is just days away, with the ethnically divisive rhetoric dominating the lead-up.
The foreign influence on economics and politics and their effects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Some Western Balkan countries are touted to become EU members by 2025 but Bosnia is not. Why is it taking such a long time?
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
Can Sarajevo renew its centuries-old tradition of tolerance and once again become the European melting pot of different cultures and religions?
Video games have emerged as the surprise new political weapon in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Bosnian capital is sending messages of support to the stricken Syrian city.
Bosnian Serb Mladen Grujicic has been elected mayor of Srebrenica where thousands of Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serbs during the 1990s.
Tensions run high in Bosnia's autonomous Serb republic, but the demonstrations ended peacefully.
Serbian nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj has been aquitted of war crimes. Euronews had interviewed Seselj last november when he was awaiting
Members of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency have met Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade. The visit by Dragan Covic, Bakir
Two decades after the end of the Bosnian War, the children of Sarajevo educate themselves in its history. They have created university exchange
In Bosnia – Europe’s most landmine-affected country -delays, corruption and severe weather have made the goal of clearing these deadly devices by
Tuzla in Bosnia is the epicentre of protests against corruption and bad governance. In this edition of Reporter we look at the future of