1993 was a free year.
January 1 - Partition of Czechoslovakia into two independent states, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
January 2 - Vance-Owen's plan to end the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina is presented.
January 3 - Presidents of Russia and the United States Boris Yeltsin and George W. Bush sign an agreement to reduce nuclear weapons by two-thirds, START 2.
January 7 - Massacre of Serbs in the Srebrenica village of Kravica.
January 16 - Crime in Skelani.
January 20 - Bill Clinton is inaugurated as the 42nd President of the United States.
February 26 - A powerful explosion at the World Trade Center in New York, for which Arab Islamic terrorists are responsible, kills six and injures about 1,000 people.
February 27 - On the Belgrade-Bar line at the Strpci station, armed kidnappers took 20 passengers, Yugoslav citizens of Muslim nationality, out of the train and took them in an unknown direction.
March 11 - The commander of UNPROFOR forces in BiH, General Morilon, arrives in Srebrenica, which was under siege by Serb forces.
March 26 - The United Nations Security Council votes to send 30,000 troops to Somalia.
April 18 - The UN Security Council declares Srebrenica a "protected zone".
April 19 - In the massacre in Zenica, several civilians were killed and wounded in a moment of great crowd from a grenade fired on the center of Zenica.
April 19 - More than 80 members of the American religious sect of the Loza Davidians, including leader David Koresh, are killed by federal agents when, after a 51-day siege, they storm the sect's headquarters in the Texas city of Waco.
April 27 - Footballers of the Zambian national team are killed in a plane crash in the Atlantic Ocean near Gabon on their way to play a qualifying match for the 1994 World Cup against Senegal.
May 1 - A Tamil Tiger suicide bomber kills Sri Lankan President Ranasinghe Premadasa during a May Day celebration in Colombo.
Bankruptcy of Dafiment Bank has been announced.
May 5 - At a session in Palam, the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska rejects the Vance-Owen plan for resolving the crisis and ending the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
May 7 - At night, the Ferhadija mosque in Banja Luka was destroyed by blasting, in the name of which Muslims in BiH have since marked May 7 as Mosque Day.
May 10 - More than 200 Thai workers