New research details an extensive military buildup in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where Russian President Vladimir Putin is supporting a Serbian politician's separatist ambitions.
A Kremlin-linked biker gang sanctioned by the U.S. is starting a nine-day tour of the Balkans this month.
Milan Trisic, 54, joined the violent Serb forces who took in the "ethnic cleansing" of Muslims in the 1990s during the aftermath of the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Populism in the region echoes that in the U.S. but weaker institutional safeguards risk great autocracy and corruption.
Bosnia's autonomous Serb entity is set to defy its highest court with a referendum Sunday.
Twenty-one years after the genocide, 127 newly found victims were buried Monday.
A camp inmate testified that the Bosnian guard used a military knife to carve a Christian cross into his chest.
No one who witnessed the war in Bosnia came out of it unaffected.
A photojournalist reflects on Bosnia 20 years after the end of the Bosnian War.
The move threatened the integrity of the country, 20 years after it emerged from war.
Ahead of the 20th anniversary, families gathered as the bodies of newly identified victims passed through Sarajevo.
The Srebrenica killings were Europe's worst atrocity since World War Two.
One of Europe's 'children of hate', Alen Muhic searches for his Bosnian mother and the Serbian soldier who raped her.
Britain and Germany have put forward a plan to revive Bosnia's stalled bid to join the EU in exchange for commitments from the country to institutional reform
Prosecutors are seeking the maximum penalty of life imprisonment against Karadzic, a leading political figure during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia that left 100,000 dead
The miners remain trapped after an earthquake triggered a gas explosion and caved in two tunnels
Pioneering DNA work means those who died on the death marches from Srebrenica can be identified and given a proper burial