An extreme nationalist organisation from Turkey set up a Bosnian branch whose leader helped President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime target opponents from the so-called Gulenist movement for extradition, BIRN has found.
BIRN has awarded grants to 13 journalists, historians, artists and activists for projects exploring the archives of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and domestic courts in ex-Yugoslav countries that dealt with war crimes cases.
Young people growing up in the multi-ethnic Brcko District in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina say that although they cannot remember the 1992-95 war, its bitter divisions still cast a shadow over their lives.
Sarajevo will install a memorial to the mostly Serb victims killed in 1992 and 1993 at Kazani in the hills above the city on the orders of a Bosniak commander of a Bosnian Army brigade, but without naming the perpetrators.
The movers and shakers of the video game industry in the Balkans say they are helping to bridge ethnic divides. But what about players in the neon-lit gaming lounges of Belgrade, Pristina and Sarajevo?
Bosko Brkic, a Bosnian Serb, and his Bosniak girlfriend, Admira Ismic, became symbols of the Bosnian war when they were shot dead in Sarajevo on May 19, 1993 - and 28 years on, no one has been convicted of killing them.