More than 2,000 attend Sarajevo’s first Gay Pride march | AFP

More than two thousand people turn out in Sarajevo for the city’s first Gay Pride march to protest against discrimination in Bosnia, but were met with a counter protest condemning ‘a great evil’ that had supposedly entered the Bosnian capital.

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Erdogan meets with members of Bosnia’s tripartite presidency in Sarajevo | AFP

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan meets in Sarajevo with members of Bosnia’s tripartite presidency on the eve of a summit of leaders of South-Eastern European countries in which he will participate. IMAGES of the meeting

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Sarajevo hopes to rekindle Olympic flame with Youth Games

When Sarajevo welcomed the globe’s top athletes to its mountains for the 1984 Winter Olympics, it was a moment of pride for all of Yugoslavia. Three decades later, the post-war capital of Bosnia is hoping to rekindle the flame as it hosts the European Youth Olympic Festival next week.

‘Enough lies!’: Bosnian village bans politicians

As politicians embark on their final days of campaigning for Bosnian elections on Sunday, there is one small corner of the country where they cannot pass: Podgora, a poor hamlet fed up with the government’s broken promises. “You’ve been lying to us for years. No party is welcome in Podgora,” reads a white banner strung across the main square of the 700-person village, which lies some 30 kilometres (18 miles) from the capital Sarajevo.