Sarajevo paralyzed by public transport strike

BosniaSarajevo  - Students and employees in Sarajevo had to take cabs or walk Monday, as a str

Three Bosnians arrested for aiding war criminals

Three Bosnians arrested for aiding war criminals Sarajevo  - Bosnian police arrested on Tuesday three men including two senior police officials suspected of forging documents and aiding war crimes suspects.

The men were arrested in north-eastern town of Bijeljina, one of the strongholds the extreme Serbian nationalists.

Two other senior policemen were brought in for questioning but they are not arrested. The investigation is ongoing and no names were released yet, Bosnia's prosecutors office said in a statement.

One dead in an explosion in Bosnian mine

One dead in an explosion in Bosnian mineSaraje

Two Bosnian Serbs arrested for war crimes

BosniaSarajevo- Bosnian police arrested two Bosnian Serbs suspected of killing and torturing non-Serb civilians during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia, a court in Bosnia-Herzegovina said Tuesday.

The court said Radoje Lalovic and Soniboj Skiljevic were suspected of war crimes against civilians and crimes against humanity committed while they were working as prison commanders in Kula prison outside Sarajevo.

Two Bosnian Serb officers arrested for Srebrenica massacre

BosniaSarajevo- Bosnian authorities arrested two Serb military officers suspected of taking part in the massacre of Muslims at Srebrenica 13 years ago, local media said Wednesday.

The two high-ranking officers, Momir Pelemis and Slavko Peric, face genocide charges for their alleged role in the imprisonment and execution of 1,700 Muslim boys and men in 1995, after the Bosnian Serb army entered the Srebrenica enclave, in the east of the country.

Bosnia remains blocked amid hatred and mistrust

BosniaSarajevo- Despite a 13-year, multi-billion-dollar international peacekeeping and development effort in Bosnia, Western officials now openly admit it: the divided country is stuck in a blind alley and nobody sees the way out.