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Postcard from the Balkans, part 1

When my great friend B moved to Sarajevo last year, we knew that it wouldn’t be long before we visited her and her family. An investigation into flights quickly revealed that there are no direct flights to Bosnia from the UK, however, so some creative travelling was going to be in order to make a visit happen. 868 kata lagi


2 days in a multicultural country

Spend 2 days in a country is short and restrictive. But it is still a pause I will recommend if your are travelling/staying/living in the neighbours countries (Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia) but don’t have so much time to go in Bosnia. 808 kata lagi


Video: Post-War Machismo -- Be a Man

At 15, Dragan Kisin was beating up kids, drinking, and getting in all sorts of trouble. His father had left home to avoid gambling debts, and his mother was in despair. 209 kata lagi

Opinion Leaders

Day 92

This morning we went to Srebrenica where the worst genocide happened in Europe since World War II.

Thousands of Muslims were killed as Serbians took revenge on them for the Turkish uprising, a war of ethnicity. 98 kata lagi


Bosnia: My first real experience as a foreign correspondent

Ever since I wrote my article about Refugees for Ethos magazine, I became fascinated and struck by one storyline and tragedy in particular—  the refugees of the Bosnian war. 1.021 kata lagi


Raid on Udbina

For four decades the multinational forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) stared down the Iron Curtain drawn across the middle of Europe at their adversaries in the Warsaw Pact led by the Soviet Union. 3.223 kata lagi