Bosnia still divided over WW1 assassination
A century ago in Sarajevo, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip fired the shots that sparked the train of events that led to a disastrous global war. But how should this event be remembered?
Trial begins for Europe’s worst war criminal
Serbian general Ratko Mladic, whose trial began yesterday, was responsible for the worst European atrocity since the Second World War. Is this the most evil man in the world?
Twenty years on, Sarajevo still scarred by siege
In the 1990s, Sarajevo was home to the longest siege of modern times, and one of the bloodiest. It began twenty years ago this week – and though it is over, many still suffer from its effects.
Murray wins at last – but British players lag
Andy Murray is celebrating after a victory at Queens, a crucial tournament in the run up to Wimbledon. Other British tennis players have less to cheer.