Anti-fascist sections in Bosnia and Herzegovina have accused the authorities of not taking any measures to protect and preserve the Partisan Memorial Cemetery in Mostar, leaving it as a target for repeated attacks by neo-Nazi groups
In February 1945, the Yugoslav partisans liberated the city of Mostar from the Nazis and their collaborators. The commemoration this year was marked by a renewed determination to fight neo-fascism
Health workers in Konjic, BIH, stopped working in protest against a prolonged financial crisis of key health institutions in the city
Bosnia and Herzegovina has registered the highest Covid-19 mortality rate in the West Balkans, as a health system weakened by budget cuts could not respond to the pressure. This difficult situation has only been made worse by limited access to vaccines.
Hundreds of migrants, including children, are now left without shelter as temperatures in Bosnia are expected to go as low as -4C.
In 1945, Joseph Broz Tito led the Yugoslav Partisans, the military wing of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, and liberated the former Yugoslavian city from Nazi rule.
NATO is highly unpopular among the majority of the citizens living in the Balkan state, having suffered under its brutal military onslaught during the civil wars in the region
Activists and volunteers who took part in a donation convoy for refugees in Bosnia-Herzegovina have reported the harsh conditions of the refugees living there