Argentina has defeated Bosnia-Herzegovina by a score of 2-1 in the Balkan country's first ever World Cup tournament game.
Bosnia-Herzegovina is playing its first game ever in a World Cup tournament on June 15, going up against former world champions Argentina in their opening Group F match.
At the World Cup this year, the only Balkan teams competing in Brazil -- Bosnia and Croatia -- can count on noisy support from some unlikely quarters.
Over the next month, teams representing 32 nations will do battle in hopes of being crowned champion of the world's top team sporting event.
In a new report, Freedom House says Russia is playing a "pivotal role" in a continuing decline in democracy among the countries of the post-Soviet sphere.
Actress and UN envoy Angelina Jolie and British Foreign Secretary William Hague have opened an international summit in London to focus attention on the rape of women in war zones and conflict areas.
A top European Union official says the 28-country bloc will disburse aid to flood-ravaged Serbia “swiftly” but that it is waiting for Belgrade to submit a damage report before it can sign off the assistance.
Serbia is hosting a donors conference in Belgrade on May 22 to help deal with devastating floods that have wreaked havoc in the Balkans this week.
Bosnia and Serbia have begun counting the cost of devastating floods that have left at least 49 people dead and forced some 150,000 to flee their homes.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has announced during a visit to Brussels that a donors conference to raise funds to combat flooding and help with the reconstruction of the country will take place in Belgrade on May 22.
Thousands of Bosnians, Serbs, and Croatians were evacuated as rising floodwaters swallowed homes and farmland.
Bosnian Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija said more than 25 percent of his country's population has been affected by worst floods to hit the Balkans in living memory.