Bosnia is experiencing it’s worst unrest in 20 years. Protests against poverty and unemployment have brought unrest to the country and the tension in the country is clear.
Germany's foreign minister says Chancellor Angela Merkel bears responsibility for the violence last week at the G20 summit in Hamburg. Polls show Sigmar Gabriel's Social Democrats trailing Merkel's CDU by double digits.
Trouble in the Balkans is never far away, with the peninsula crisscrossed with religious and ethnic fault lines. DW's Darko Janjevic gives you a quick overview of the major players in the region.
Two decades on, thousands of refugees from the Yugoslav wars still don’t have a home to call their own. A regional housing program is hoping to change that - with some help from the West.
The controversial referendum in the Serbian part of Bosnia-Herzegovina is a step back for the region, says Benjamin Pargan.
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