Geographically, Bosnia represents the central, eastern, western and Herzegovina regions of the Neretva river basin region.
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Sarajevo’s Klas bakery benefits from trade with the EU. It’s one of the few Bosnian economic success stories. Conditions are tough for businesses, as Daniel Heinrich reports from Sarajevo.
Bosnia has lifted a key blockage on its road to EU membership, with help from Berlin. But the Balkan country is facing other serious obstacles, says regional expert Alida Vracic.
Imam Suleiman inspires the members of his Sarajevo congregation. He speaks to their hearts with his open nature – and warns against all forms of extremism. Daniel Heinrich visited him in Bosnia.
By Maydaa Abou Nadr It all started in early 1992. A year after the secession of Croatia and Slovenia from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991, the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina requested its independence. At the time, Bosnia and Herzegovina was divided as follows: Muslim Bosniaks represented 44% of the community; …
How will Muslims celebrate Ramadan in a year when Muslim minorities are suffering oppression in a number of countries worldwide?
One count of genocide is dismissed as Karadzic’s defence begins its case against the former Serbian leader