Condolences pour in from around the world expressing solidarity with Türkiye, with many countries sending rescue teams and aid.
The EU's law-making body again calls for sanctions against "destabilising actors" in Bosnia and Herzegovina, placing emphasis on Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik.
Bosnia and Herzegovina joins other candidates including Albania, Moldova, the Republic of North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Türkiye and Ukraine, in the process to enter the bloc, which can take many years and involves complex negotiations.
European Union leaders expected to formally sign off on the decision on Thursday in Brussels, amid concerns of growing influence by Russia and China in the Balkan states.
UNSC agrees unanimously to permit European Union to extend its Operation Althea for one more year to ensure implementation of 1995 Dayton Accords, which ended three-year Bosnian war.
Election commission has seen “some material evidence, video recordings and documents, which undoubtedly prove that this process has been contaminated and that it is not possible to confirm the results,” said its president.
Denis Becirovic, Zeljka Cvijanovic and Zeljko Komsic announced their victories in the race for the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, following the general election held in the Balkan country.
Nearly 3.4 million people are eligible to vote for new Bosniak, Croat and Serb members of the country's inter-ethnic presidency as well as deputies in the national, regional and cantonal assemblies.
Erdogan's three-nation Balkan tour ended in Croatia, where the Turkish President opened an Islamic cultural centre and discussed all aspects of bilateral relations between the two countries.
Turkish President Erdogan tells a news conference in Sarajevo that Türkiye and Bosnia and Herzegovina are currently working on passport-free travel, adding that it will come into effect soon.
Turkish Foreign Ministry says it is determined "to strengthen and add new dimensions to the existing excellent relations between Türkiye and Bosnia and Herzegovina", which were established on August 29, 1992.
The Netherlands was also part of the failure in preventing the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, says Dutch Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren.
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