In the spring of 1995, Gen. Rupert Smith, commander of the UN Protection Force in Bosnia, began warning that the Bosnian Serbs would soon try to take back zones that had been declared "safe" by the United Nations.
The US and NATO led an international effort with Joint Special Operations Command to go after one of the most notorious Bosnian war criminals the world has ever seen. For more, watch CNN Original Series "Declassified" Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
The U.N. migration agency and the Council of Europe's human rights commissioner urged Bosnia on Thursday to relocate an overcrowded migrant camp, warning of a humanitarian risk because of "deplorable" conditions.
The head of Europe's main human rights forum urged Bosnia on Thursday to relocate an overcrowded migrant camp, saying it was unsanitary and unsafe as it lacked running water and electricity and was situated close to a land-mined area.
Ajna Jusic, the first baby to be registered as born of rape during the Bosnian war in the 1990s, describes to a packed Sarajevo theatre the discrimination and bullying she endured as a child with an unknown father and a mother branded a "whore" in a deeply patriarchal society.
Bosnia's two rival autonomous regions adopted a joint four-year program of socio-economic reforms in a rare display of unity on Thursday to boost growth and competitiveness in line with EU recommendations.
Nine hundred feet below ground, near the Bosnian town of Konjic, a once secret fallout shelter lies in wait. Welcome to Tito’s Bunker, a distilled version of the Cold War zeitgeist preserved in time. Created at the height of the Cold War by Josip Broz Tito, the late leader of the former Yugoslavia, today it protects rare art and serves as a chilling reminder of what humanity’s fate could have been.
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