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Despite a pledge to stop financing coal power abroad, overseas coal power plants financed by Chinese banks and state-owned enterprises are still moving forward – including in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

✒️ Exclusive: Serbian nationalist and rotating BA president Milorad#Dodik 's separatist escalation recalls the climate of the 1990s and the beginnings of the war in Bosnia, warns Bosnian writer @faruksehic70  #Balkans 

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, people living near this dump are afraid. They believe locals are dying from cancer because of poor waste management. In this episode of #EuronewsWitness , @euronewsreport  visits the so-called ‘landfill of death’. Watch in full:

Bosnia and Herzegovina Retail Sales year-on-year at 18.1%

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@VanjaFil76  N @MattFieldUKe  @EuroGeostrategyxt  week is important for Bosnia & Herzegovina, and for the UK to make clear we stand firm by our duty to uphold peace. Ministers will visit BA we'll welcome BA reps, Parliament will show its resolve to prevent conflict and BA will be raised at NATO ministerial thanks to UK 12/

West Struggles to Counter Secessionist Threat in Bosnia

OPINION: The civil war in Bosnia was brought to an end 26 years ago by the Dayton Agreement. Every couple of years, the agreement comes under threat. This time around however, “we might just be looking at the end of Dayton, and ignoring the main cause.”

The clock is ticking on the fate of the peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina that has held since the imposition of the Dayton Accords@RealScottRitter 

A special U.S. envoy for election reform in Bosnia-Herzegovina has told RFE/RL's Balkan Service ahead of a trip to the region that Washington sees "limited, targeted constitutional change" as a key aspect of a reform push ahead of elections next year.

OPINION: The civil war in Bosnia was brought to an end 26 years ago by the Dayton Agreement. Every couple of years, the agreement comes under threat. This time around however, “we might just be looking at the end of Dayton, and ignoring the main cause.”

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Bosnia is teetering on its most serious crisis since the end of the Bosnian war. @arminkahelic   warns against "events that we do not want to see." The High Representative Christian Schmidt tells me that "inflammatory rhetoric" needs to be dialed down.

Bosnia, yes that Bosnia, is on the verge of what analysts fear is the most serious crisis since an actual genocide took place in 1995. The West, however, is too distracted to do anything about it

BREAKING: Former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic, the “Butcher of Bosnia” who masterminded the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, loses the final appeal of his life sentence before a panel of U.N. judges.

Ok yeah I have had this career for a few years. I have covered Bosnia, Desert Storm, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria. But I have never seen a national level military response struggle like this one. It’s that Marine holding a big water bottle for a small Afghan boy I hold onto.

Remembering the genocide that took place in the days leading up to 11th July 1995 in and around Srebrenica, Bosnia & Herzegovina, when more than 8000 Bosniak men and boys were killed. As remains continue to be found, they are formally buried every July 11th. @SrebrenicaUK 

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My Turkey human rights bill highlights Erdogan’s global campaign to target his opponents. Turkish citizen Fatih Keskin has been detained in Bosnia in what may be the latest example. The Bosnian authorities should follow their laws & resist politically driven extradition requests.

"There is no greater honor than defending your people," Ratko Mladić told me. In 1993, I asked the "Butcher of Bosnia" what he thought about being prosecuted as a war criminal. It's with great satisfaction that I see him await his verdict today in The Hague.

“We are living like animals.” More than a thousand refugees and migrants are stranded in freezing temperatures in Bosnia after their camp burned down on Wednesday.

BREAKING: Bosnia and Herzegovina confirms first case of coronavirus

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