Ramadan has been dictating the rhythm of Sarajevo. About half of the citizens are moderate Muslims, but more and more radical Islamists are coming to Bosnia-Hercegovina and are threatening peaceful coexistence.
More than two decades after a devastating war, Bosnia-Herzegovina has still not overcome its deep ethnic divisions. As voters headed to the polls, observers asked whether fresh elections can bring much-needed change.
Outgoing Serb member of the Bosnian Presidency, Mladen Ivanic, tells DW in an exclusive interview he is no longer optimistic his country will avoid a new outbreak of sectarian fighting.
Authorities in Bosnia and Hercegovina have charged a second group of Muslim wartime suspects over murders in the Serb village of Cemerno in 1992. In another case, 14 suspects face charges for war crimes in Konjic area.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said operations against Taliban rebels will halt until the Muslim fasting season ends. Fighting against other militant groups, including "Islamic State," will continue.
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