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UN judges reinstate Karadzic genocide charge

Appeals judges at the United Nations' Yugoslav war crimes tribunal reinstated Thursday a genocide charge against Radovan Karadzic linked to a campaign of killing and mistreating non-Serbs at the start of the Bosnian war in 1992.Full story

Bosnia reburies Srebrenica dead but lags behind in post-war Balkans

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

Timeline: Croatia's road to EU membership

ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia becomes the 28th member of the European Union on July 1, just over two decades after declaring independence from socialist Yugoslavia and being engulfed in war. Full story

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Bosnian Serb president relents over urgent Croatia border deal

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Bosnia strikes temporary deal to allow registration of babies

Serbia gives state funeral to former king and family

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Croat war veterans protest against Cyrillic signs

Kosovo hopeful on deal with Serbia to end ethnic partition

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Serbia, Kosovo talks fail to reach deal

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