Ethnically divided Bosnia-Herzegovina is erupting into feuding over new census data that shows Bosnian Muslims are now a majority in the country.
The first census since the end of the civil war in Bosnia-Herzegovina shows the country’s population shrank by one-fifth over the past 25 years.
The results of Bosnia-Herzegovina's first postwar census are about to be released and could spark new battles over how to share political power in the ethnically divided country.
Bosnia's leaders say European Union membership will remain their goal despite Britain's vote to leave the bloc in a landmark referendum on June 23.
Swedish authorities say they will expel a Bosnian man who sought asylum in Sweden but is suspected of being a member of the Islamic State (IS) extremist group.
Bosnian Muslim leader Bakir Izetbegovic has paid tribute to several dozen Serb civilians killed in Sarajevo during the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
The Bosniak member of Bosnia's tripartite presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, honored Serb victims of wartime atrocities committed by Muslims -- paying a wreath on the site where their bodies were dumped. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Veteran Associated Press journalist Tom Kent has been appointed president of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
European soccer's governing body ruled on June 9 that Kosovo should be kept separate from Serbia and Bosnia for security reasons in competitive matches.
Bosnia-Herzegovina's debt-ridden public broadcaster, BHRT, has announced it will go off the air at the end of June unless the government and parliament can solve its funding problems.
The European Union is urging Bosnia to publish the results of a disputed national census, stressing that it is needed to move towards EU integration.
The International Monetary Fund’s mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina says it has approved a new $613 million loan to the country aimed at helping it carry out economic reforms that are sought by the European Union.