Over two decades after the Bosnian War ended, hundreds of thousands of land mines are still in the ground. Many people in Bosnia-Herzegovina have been killed or seriously injured by them.
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.
Croat, Muslim and Serb nationalist parties will dominate Bosnia's complex government in the next four years. Pro-Russia Serb nationalist leader Milorad Dodik has won a seat in the country's three-member presidency.
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.
A surprising bromance between a Bosnian Serb secession advocate and Russian strongman Vladimir Putin has observers on edge. Moscow's aims are complex, but there is no mistaking its presence in the election campaign.
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