POTOCARI, Bosnia (Reuters) - Bosnia reburied another 409 victims of the Srebrenica massacre on Thursday but, 18 years after Europe's worst atrocity since the Holocaust, the country remains mired in ethnic disputes long after other parties to the conflict have moved on. Full story
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - The Serbian part of Bosnia's presidency - which is shared between three ethnic groups - has rejected border regulations that are due to come into force when neighboring Croatia joins the EU next month. Full story
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Around 5,000 Bosnians marched in Sarajevo on Tuesday to voice growing public anger over political paralysis, symbolized by the case of a baby who had to wait to travel abroad for a stem-cell transplant because authorities could not assign her an ID number. Full story
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Around 1,500 lawmakers, government employees and international bankers stuck inside Bosnia's parliament for 14 hours were allowed to leave the building in the early hours of Friday after a deal was reached with blockading protesters outside. Full story
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia's government agreed to temporarily allow the registration of newborn babies on Wednesday, following a protest by young parents angry over the latest example of political paralysis in the troubled Balkan country. Full story
A man jumps from the Old Bridge in Mostar July 28, 2013. Diving competitions have been traditionally held here every year since the bridge was built 447 years ago. The 16th-century bridge was destroyed during the war in Bosnia between 1992-1995, rebuild and opened again in 2004. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (
epa03784024 Bosnians carry coffins of some of the 409 newly-identified Bosnian Muslims at the Potocari Memorial Center in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 11 July 2013, as part of a memorial ceremony to mark the 18th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, considered the worst atrocity of Bosnia'