Nicole Corritore | 9 July 2020

Selma Musić disappeared in 1995 during the capture of Srebrenica. She was 7. In 2019, her parents discovered in a photo that she had arrived safely on the territory of the Federation. A glimpse of hope to continue their search

Croatia and Bosnia: the Smaragdni Eco Film Festival

It takes place entirely by bike. Its organizers cycle for over 700 kilometers, in Bosnia and Croatia, along the banks of the Una river. The Smaragdni Eco Film Festival brings documentaries and animated films to libraries, cultural centres and screening rooms to raise awareness of environmental issues. A video report

Kalaša, wild horses

They were freed on the Livno plateau, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, when the famine hit the area, in the hope that they would survive and could be used again in the fields in better times. Over time, they have become fully wild. Photos by Mario Jozić

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