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.
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.
This summer, up to 4,000 refugees attempted to reach the EU via Bosnia-Herzegovina. Most remain stranded in camps, facing the prospect of a harsh winter. Frank Hofmann reports from Velika Kladusa.
International aid organizations have reported that Croatian police are using violence to push refugees back into neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina. Croatian authorities deny the accusations.
Once, they were on the run. Today, former Bosnian refugees are demanding one thing above all from their home country: humanity toward the displaced people from Syria and other countries seeking refuge there.
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