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Officers from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE, and the Removal Operation, ERO, on Monday deported Srdjan Bilic, 44, wanted for crimes allegedly committed during his military service in the Bosnian war, the ICE confirmed in a press release on Monday.
Bilic arrived on Tuesday at Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, Serbia, where he was transferred to the custody of Serbian law enforcement agencies.
The big success of young Bosniaks in New York
The first constitutional convention is when the United States Constitution was finally signed and framed. If there were to be another constitutional convention in New York, these are the final proposals that I would want the elected delegates to discuss and develop.
Press release of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
I would like to thank you for reminding me that 11th is a day of remembrance for the victims of the genocide in Srebrenica. It is heartwarming to hear of your work to ensure that this tragedy is not forgotten. I will ensure that Flower of Srebrenica are distributed to all parties before the House of Commons adjourns for the summer.
New York: Bronx elementary school
Doctors at Jacobi Hospital determined that the girl’s cornea wasn’t damaged, police sources said.
“This alleged behavior is completely unacceptable,” a statement from Michael Aciman, a Department of Education spokesman, said. “This individual was removed from the school immediately and his employment has been terminated.”
Nedžad Avdić was just 17 years old when was taken captive by the Bosnian Serb forces and forced to face a firing squad. One of just a handful of men to survive the mass executions, Nedžad has devoted his life to speaking out on the need to tackle hatred and bring communities together to prevent similar atrocities from happening in the future.
Washington, D.C.: April 28-29, 2017
Gathering Bosnian and Herzegovinian Diaspora from across Canada and the US, BiHDC aims to build solidarity amongst this group based on multiculturalism, religious diversity and peace through education.
America took in 169,000 Bosnian war refugees during the nineties. I was one of them.
I am grateful to the church and synagogue members who helped us, the doctors and dentists who treated us for free, and to our lifelong friend, the Rev. Don Hodges, the first American to extend his hand at the airport, welcoming us to our new homeland.
Aisa Purak published her first book titled
Aisa Purak published her first book titled “Bosnian Immigrants: Opportunities and Challenges” Her book evaluates the study of a sample of 100 Bosnian families who immigrated to Rochester and found a way to adapt to life in the new society. These Bosnians still face cultural and religious challenges, even after over a decade living here.
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Columns
WHAT IS A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION AND HOW WOULD IT BENEFIT YOUR COMMUNITY
By Mersina Ziljkić
May 18, 2017 06:02 PM
CITIZEN SECURITY - A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN AUTHORITIES AND THE PEOPLE THEY SERVE
By Maureen Elizabeth Cormack
May 17, 2017 04:25 PM
FILM REVIEW: NO MAN’S LAND
By Ammar Krcic
Apr 11, 2017 04:24 PM
MELANIA’S NEW SHOES, OR TROUBLE AFOOT IN THE BALKANS?
By Amra Sabic-El-Rayess
Jan 16, 2017 12:42 PM
BRINGING UP THE BODIES IN BOSNIA
By Ed Vulliamy
Dec 06, 2016 08:17 PM
Interview
Mirsad ĆEMAN, the President of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Autor: BIRN
“The use of these non-legal means, which were created through legal decisions such as the declaration and implementation of a referendum, is clear and direct political pressure on the Constitutional Court,” said Ceman.

Marty Kaiser and Blake Morrison, Summer School in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Autor: BIRN
“We also looked at the laws regarding drunken driving in Wisconsin where I come from, which are so lax, we found that more than 200 people die from drunken driving and we told people something they don’t know so they can take action and make our communities a better place,” he added.