Amid the devastation, old animosities are forgotten as different communities come together, but floodwaters exhume another wartime legacy – landmines.
Displaced family from Srebrenica still dream of finding a permanent home 20 years after the war.
Children stay off school for months in dispute over language, history and other subjects.
Large areas of land still need to be cleared of mines and other munitions before rural population can move around freely.
New round of IWPR training and production to generate TV, radio and print content.
Political institutions and employers favour “top three” ethnic groups, leaving minorities out in the cold.
Over 11,000 empty chairs set out in Sarajevo in mute commemoration of those who died in the siege from April 1992 to August 1995.
Reporter had to overcome both his own apprehensions and prisoners’ suspicion of him.
Application of different legal frameworks results in disparate sentencing for similar offences.
Two decades after Yugoslav collapse, Bosnia’s residents disagree on whether they speak one language or three.