Daria Sito Sucic

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4 Aug 2016 | 5:09 PM

Bosnian 'Indiana Jones' digs for controversy again with park

VISOKO, Bosnia (Reuters) - In a far-flung valley of Bosnia, volunteers are building a spiral-shaped botanical garden in a new park and carving marble obelisks with cosmic signs while visitors meditate in tunnels.

1 Aug 2016 | 5:35 AM

Bosnia clears last obstacles to progress towards EU, win IMF deal

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia's rival leaders agreed on Sunday on the key conditions set by the European Union for accepting the country's membership application and cleared the way for winning a much needed IMF loan deal, which was delayed three weeks ago.

14 Jun 2016 | 1:31 AM

Bosnian children with Islamic State are 'time bomb', study says

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - More than 80 Bosnian children are in Islamic State-held territory in Syria and Iraq and represent a "time bomb" that could pose a major security risk when they return, a study said on Monday.

14 May 2016 | 10:08 PM

Divided Bosnian Serbs rally for and against government

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia (Reuters) - Thousands of Bosnian Serbs staged rival rallies for and against the government in the capital of Bosnia's autonomous Serb region on Saturday, kept apart by a heavy police presence after warnings of violence.

23 Mar 2016 | 6:44 PM

Karadzic is innocent, set him free, Bosnian Serbs say

BANJA LUKA/PALE, Bosnia (Reuters) - Many Bosnian Serbs believe their wartime leader Radovan Karadzic is innocent of war crimes and that his possible conviction by a U.N. tribunal on Thursday would inflict a grave injustice on all Serbs.

22 Mar 2016 | 3:13 PM

From poetry-lover to genocide suspect, Karadzic faces verdict

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Radovan Karadzic saw himself as locked in a David and Goliath struggle to save the Serbs even as their forces were reducing the besieged city of Sarajevo to rubble.

21 Mar 2016 | 12:41 AM

Defiant Bosnian Serbs honour Karadzic before Hague genocide verdict

PALE, Bosnia (Reuters) - Bosnian Serb officials opened a student dormitory on Sunday named after their wartime leader Radovan Karadzic in a show of defiance before he faces Thursday's verdict on alleged genocide during the Bosnian war.

18 Mar 2016 | 6:14 PM

Ahead of war crimes verdict, Karadzic's divisive Bosnia legacy endures

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - The verdict that a U.N. tribunal will hand down next week in Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's trial for genocide has re-opened old wounds for many Bosnians, who for years feared him as the "master of life and death".

16 Mar 2016 | 4:53 PM

Drive for EU membership could help pull a fractured Bosnia together

TUZLA, Bosnia (Reuters) - Bosnian membership in the European Union might not seem a realistic, or even desirable, goal, but boosters of the idea say working towards joining may be the only way the country can pull itself together 20 years after its devastating war.

26 Jan 2016 | 10:16 PM

Bosnia to apply for EU membership February 15 - presidency

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia will officially apply to join the European Union on Feb. 15, the country's presidency said on Tuesday, a major milestone in the former Yugoslav republic's integration with the European mainstream two decades after emerging from war.