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Chouinard worked in the intensive care unit during her first month, but she also joined an aid supply convoy in Kiseljak, where one of her fellow UN peacekeepers died.

“For me June [1992] was the hardest month, because we lost our colleague who got killed with a handheld grenade launcher,” Chouinard said, explaining how his death made her realise that even UN peacekeepers were not safe from harm in Bosnia’s war.

BIRN | June 19th, 2018
Investigators from Bosnia’s Missing Persons Institute who search for the remains of war victims have suffered injuries and contracted physical and mental illnesses while conducting exhumations in contaminated and dangerous terrains.

BIRN | June 7th, 2018
This can only happen in Bosnia
Before the trial started, the defence asked the UN tribunal in The Hague to order a halt to the proceedings against Oric, arguing that he had already been tried for and acquitted of war crimes in Srebrenica by the Hague court and should not stand trial for the same crimes twice.

BIRN | June 5th, 2018
Genocide
This campaign hopes to counter human rights violations such as the refusal of Prijedor's local authorities to permit the construction of a memorial for the innocent civilian victims that were killed in the notorious concentration camp at Omarska.

ACBiH | June 1st, 2018
The opportunities that I and the people with whom I had the honor to work had to try to end the genocide in Bosnia and make a new beginning, was one of the most important things that ever happened to me, not just as President, but in my life.

ACBiH | May 12th, 2018
“The purpose of burning the houses was to expel the population and clear them out, considering they represented a threat to Serbs after the attacks of [Bosnian Army commander] Naser Oric and his units,” said the witness.

BIRN | May 9th, 2018
In this sense, the Prophet pbuh showed respect and special care to the elderly people and those of high status. For instance, when Al Ashajj, who was the chief of his people, came to the Messenger of Allah pbuh, his noble companions, may Allah be pleased with them, gave space for him and the Prophet pbuh welcomed him and made him sit close to him.

Dr. Mustafa Cerić, reisu-l-ulema (1993 - 2012) | April 21st, 2018
Now Is the Time: A Message from Museum Directors on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)
When Holocaust survivors present their personal histories to school groups, teachers, educators, and public audiences, they are committing acts of astonishing generosity. These presentations are logistical feats that make demands on survivors’ minds and spirits.

April 16th, 2018
Renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking died peacefully at home in the British university city of Cambridge in the early hours of Wednesday at the age of 76, his family spokesman said.

March 15th, 2018
LECTURE, MODERN AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Two short documentary screenings — “Mission Rape: A Tool of War” and “One Woman Army” — will be followed by Q&A with Hasečić. This event will take place from 4-5:50 p.m. on Tuesday, March 13, in Room 103 of the Peters Business Building.

March 13th, 2018
Theunens quoted a report made by Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA) intelligence officers in October 1991, saying that “Arkan went into action after JNA had cleaned up the villages and committed crimes”, while “enjoying support from the Serbian SDB”, whose identity document he “allegedly had”.

BIRN | March 8th, 2018
Jovica Stanisic, the former chief of the Serbian State Security Service, and his deputy, Franko Simatovic, are accused of participating in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at permanently and forcibly removing Croats and Bosniaks from large parts of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which would then be incorporated into a unified Serb state.

BIRN | March 7th, 2018
We express full support to you and other diplomats in your missions. Bosniaks experienced genocide, terror and threats, persecutions, concentration camps, rapes, arrests, deportations in the '90s during the Serbian and Montenegrin aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina, amongst so much more.

B.net | February 24th, 2018
Jaukovic, a resident of the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica, was born in 1976 in Kraljevo, Serbia, which is located about 50 kilometers north of Kosovo.

RFE | February 22nd, 2018
Imam Abdulah Polovina strives to foster understanding among Muslims and non-Muslims alike
Polovina’s mosque is housed at the Bosniaks Educational & Cultural Organization, or BECO. The large, two-story building and adjoining playground serve as a community center where Bosnians come together...

February 1st, 2018