Latest News Update on bosnia and herzegovina

Intelligence warns of assassination attempt against Erdogan
Ankara, May 20 : The Turkish diaspora and Western intelligence have warned of an assassination attempt by Turkish citizens against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his upcoming visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, the media reported.

Australian Open: Nadal to take on Dzumhur in third round
Melbourne [Australia], Jan 19 : World number one Rafael Nadal will aim to storm into the pre-quarterfinals of the Australian Open when he squares off with Bosnia and Herzegovina's Damir Dzumhur in the third round of the men's singles event here on Friday.

Bosnia midfielder Lulic quits international football
Sarajevo, Dec 29 : Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) midfielder Senad Lulic on Friday decided to retire from international football.

WWII bomb found, defused in Bosnian city
Sarajevo, Dec 23 : A 250-kg World War II bomb was successfully removed and defused in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Bihac city on Friday, local media reported.

Syria and Mediterranean shores show 'past lessons not learned,' ...
New York, Sept 22 : Addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bakir Izetbegovic, stressed on Wednesday that humanitarian aid cannot serve as a substitute for solutions addressing the root causes of conflict nor create conditions for ...

Challenges to peace accord 'cast shadow' on Bosnia and Herzegovina's ...
New York, May 6 : The readiness of some political actors in Bosnia and Herzegovina to question and challenge the 1995 peace accord, including new attempts to undermine the sovereignty and authority of the State and its institutions, continues to cast a shadow over positive efforts to advance ...

UN: Bosnia and Herzegovina calls for comprehensive strategy against ...
New York, Oct 2 : Terrorism and violent extremism are without any doubt, the most serious of all challenges facing the world on Thursday, Dragan Covic, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina told the United Nations General Assembly, saying that strategies to tackle the twin scourges ...

UN report shows wars in Syria and Iraq drive high asylum numbers
New York, Mar 27 :The wars in Syria and Iraq, as well as armed conflicts, human rights violations and deteriorating security and humanitarian conditions elsewhere, has pushed the number of people seeking asylum in industrialized countries to the highest level since 1992 at the beginning of the ...

Bosnians bid farewell by eliminating Iran
Salvador, June 25 : Bosnia and Herzegovina concluded their maiden FIFA World Cup campaign with a 3-1 victory over Iran that thwarted their opponents' hopes of squeezing into the Round of 16 at the expense of Nigeria in Group F.

Nigeria extinguish Bosnian dreams
Cuiaba, June 22 : Debutants Bosnia and Herzegovina saw themselves exit the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil after two games, following a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Nigeria. Peter Odemwingie's first-half goal was enough to put the Super Eagles within a point of the Round of 16.

Bosnia beaten by Messi marvel
Rio De Janeiro, June 16 : Lionel Messi created one goal and scored a brilliant second as Argentina kicked off their FIFA World Cup campaign with a 2-1 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Landslides, disease poses threats in Balkans: UN
New York, May 24 : United Nations humanitarian agencies on Friday raised concerns about landslides and possible water-borne diseases from the worst flooding in Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina in more than a century, which may have disturbed minefields from the Bosnian war.

Bosnia and Herzegovina's politics hurting citizens: UNSC
New York, May 16 : Ahead of the 'hotly contested' elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a senior United Nations official on Thursday warned the UN Security Council (UNSC) that the country is politically heading in the wrong direction and that politicians might try to raise inter-ethnic tensions to ...

Bosnia, Herzegovina lags in progress to regional integration: UNSC
New York, May 15 : Political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still falling short of the expectations of their citizens and the international community, causing the country to slip farther behind its neighbours in regional integration, the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) was Tuesday told.

Former Bosnian Serbs sentenced for war crimes
New York, Mar 28 : Two former high-level Bosnian Serb officials were sentenced Wednesday to 22 years imprisonment by a United Nations tribunal, for crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992.

UNSC extends mandate of European peacekeepers in Bosnia
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Wednesday extended for another year the mandate of the European peacekeepers tasked with ensuring the continued compliance by all sides with the 1995 Dayton Peace Agreement that ended fighting in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina seeing rise in divisive behaviour: UNSC
Political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina are failing to produce what they should be 17 years after the signing of the peace agreement that ended fighting in the country and secessionist rhetoric is on the rise, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) heard Tuesday.

Bosnia to speed up redress for victims of wartime violence
Noting that heightened levels of domestic violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina are often linked to the country's legacy of its 1990s war, a United Nations independent expert Tuesday called for its Government to "speed up" justice and reparations measures for women who are the victims of violence.

UN affirms support to Bosnia-Herzegovina for stability and prosperity
Highlighting the progress that Bosnia and Herzegovina has made over the past two decades, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Wednesday affirmed the support of the United Nations in the country's path to stability and prosperity.