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Bosnian war crimes suspect held without bail in Oregon

A single mother accused of committing war crimes in the Balkans was ordered held without bond on Friday to await a hearing on a request for extradition to her native Bosnia and Herzegovina.Full story

Bosnian Serb leader threat to stability: U.S. cables

Former Secretary of State Warren Christopher dies at 85

Ex-Secretary of State Christopher dies at 85

Former Serb leaders accused of Bosnia war crimes

Bosnia war victims say they have submitted evidence to the prosecutor's office accusing former Serb leaders of committing war crimes during the 1992-95 conflict. Full story

Bosnia hopes to attract foreign investors

Bosnian business leaders hope to revive the country's economy by presenting more than 150 projects worth more than euro14 billion ($20 billion) to foreign investors at a three-day conference. Full story

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Bosnia Muslim bombing suspects defy court

Bosnia wartime Muslim commander jailed for 10 years

Land mines shifted by Bosnia flooding


  Remembering a relentless diplomat

Fifteen years ago Tuesday, a peace treaty negotiated by Ambassador Richard Holbrooke was signed, ending the war in Bosnia. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

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Bosnians watch a public live broadcast of the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, in a cinema, in Sarajevo, on April 29, 2011. The British Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina organised a public viewing of the live broadcast of the event.


Managing Director for Russia, Eastern Neighbourhood and the Western Balkans in the EU's External Action Service Miroslav Lajcak speaks during a press conference after meetings with Bosnia's top political leaders in Sarajevo, on April 28, 2011. The top EU diplomat for the Balkans, Lajcak arrived toda