Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he felt as if this part of history is almost buried and not discussed.
While most ethnonationalist parties support the proposition, many prominent Bosnian politicians do not, and the leak created a political storm.
On July 11, world leaders joined survivors in commemorating the Srebrenica Genocide, the worst atrocity to occur on European soil since the Holocaust.
Bosnia's Jewish community leaders have been fighting against inequality in the country’s electoral system for over a decade.
This important decision is due to the the leadership of Dargan Čović and Milorad Dodik, who visited Israel last month.
The event stands as the most brutal mass death of individuals in Europe since World War II and is the only atrocity since World War II in Europe that constituted genocide.
The government in Berlin agreed to provide up to 50 troops for EUFOR, marking a return to the force in Bosnia that Germany had left at the end of 2012.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Parliamentary House of Peoples Speaker Dragan Covic asked for forgiveness for the Holocaust on behalf of his people.
The Jerusalem Post Podcast - Travel Edition, Episode 34
The United States on Monday imposed sanctions on seven people in the Western Balkans it accused of being a "threat to regional stability."