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Bosnia-Iran least popular World Cup match

Within hours of FIFA opening the final phase of online sales, football fans throughout the world snatched up tickets with nearly two-thirds of the...

Press freedom in the Balkans: Troublesome times

The media across the Balkans and in former Yugoslavia are doing badly, commercially and politically. Every year Reporters without Borders, a journalists’ lobby, ranks...

With an eye on Crimea, Dodik calls for confederation

Emboldened by events in Ukraine, the leader of Bosnia's Serbs called on Tuesday for Bosnia to become a confederation of three states, and again...

Ashdown: Russia sparks separatist tendencies

Paddy Ashdown, who served as international peace envoy to Bosnia from 2002 to 2006, urged Europe and the United States to quench separatist tendencies...

B&H is heading down the Argentinian road to bankruptcy

Economic experts in B&H, after the revolt of the citizens, believe that the country is increasingly resembling Argentina in 2002. Due to this, their...

The European Commission to intervene in B&H

The European Parliament (EP) has prepared a draft resolution on the violence in Bosnia, through which the European Commission will be asked to actively...

Protesters determined to achieve their goal

The EU is urging Bosnian politicians to show leadership by initiating reforms that would allow the country to emerge from the political and economic...

Anti-government protests spread throughout B&H

Protests by thousands of unpaid workers in northern Bosnia have spread to other parts of the country and have turned into a widespread discontent...

B&H changes Electoral Law – Elections in October

Bosnian lawmakers have adopted changes to the Electoral Law to enable the Central Electoral Commission to call general elections in October. The elections should be...
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