Russian Ambassador to Bosnia postponed this week’s visit to Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia a day after the town’s Bosniak deputy mayor said he would not meet him at the 1995 genocide memorial cemetery.
“State against David”, produced by Žurnal news website, reconstructs the last hours in the life of David Dragičević, whose death inspired daily protests in Banja Luka, northern Bosnia. Continue reading Documentary Examines Young Man’s Death That Inspired Daily Protests
Bosnian central bank marked this week 20 years since the launch of the national currency, the convertible mark. Continue reading Central Bank Marks Two Decades of the Bosnian Currency
Bosnian state prosecutor charged a 33-year-old Sarajevo man with giving irregular migrants a ride to the border with Croatia for money. Continue reading Sarajevo Taxi Driver Charged with Smuggling Migrants
For years, chemical companies in the northern Bosnia city of Tuzla produced hazardous waste and never deposited them properly. These facilities have long been shut down, but waste, still capable of causing illness and death, remains in the old complexes, within reach of iron pickers. Continue reading Tuzla Chemical Industry’s Toxic Legacy
A Porsche sales subsidiary in Bosnia presented two electric car models at an energy, mining and environment protection fair in Sarajevo. Continue reading Two Electric Car Models Presented at Sarajevo Fair
According to a recent poll, 56.52% of Bosnians would approve of Bosnia’s accession to the European Union if a referendum on the matter was organized now. Continue reading Popular Support for Membership in the EU Runs Thin