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22nd anniversary of the Genocide in Srebrenica
With an aim to raise awareness to the American and Canadian public about the worst genocide in Europe since the Holocaust, all citizens are invited and welcomed. The people of Bosnia as well as IGC and CNAB thank the American and Canadian legislative and executive bodies for the adoption of several resolutions on the Genocide in Srebrenica. | June 16th, 2017
On the occasion of the Day of the Archives of the FBiH and the International Archives Day a solemn ceremony was held in Sarajevo
Bosnian-Herzegovinian awards were presented to Fr. Janjko Ljuboš, Halid Kadrić and Reska Mehdin on behalf of the Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by prof. Dr. Adamir Jerković, who in his short speech, said: "We have an obligation to protect our country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, that beautiful, brave and proud country at the crossroads of the worlds. Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is neither in the East nor the West, but, again, is both in the East and the West. | June 9th, 2017
This campaign hopes to counter human rights violations such as the police ban of commemorative gatherings of the victims of genocide in Prijedor and the refusal of Prijedor's Mayor, Marko Pavic and the Prijedor 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 | May 31st, 2017
Trump then stood near Markovic and spoke to Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite.
Video of the incident spread on social networks in multiple languages.
"It seems Donald Trump did not want that anyone overshadows his presence at the summit," said the Montenegro newspaper Vijesti.

AP | May 26th, 2017
War criminal
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. | May 24th, 2017
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. | May 17th, 2017
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.”

May 10th, 2017
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.

April 25th, 2017
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. | March 31st, 2017
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.

Kenan Trebinčević | March 24th, 2017
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. | March 17th, 2017
The Congress of North American Bosniaks and Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
These challenges are very real, as is the strength, hope and determination of the Bosnian people to overcome these obstacles in efforts of building a better and harmonious future for all people of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

CNAB | February 23rd, 2017
Press Release of the International team of experts of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
Redrawing the borders is Dodik's goal; the dissolution of the EU is his pledge for the dissolution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the panic of the European leadership is a state which he, along with his protectors, desires and prepares for. | February 10th, 2017
Intellectuals, experts, scientists and researchers genocide suggest
The heads of the Missions of the Republic Srpska most likely work not for the interests of the Serb people, but for Milorad Dodik whose interests are: secession, war, expulsion, conflict and anti-Dayton activities. | February 8th, 2017
After US President Donald Trump issued an executive order temporarily banning all refugees and all nationals from seven Muslim-majority
Srebrenica showed how the big ones became little, how the powerful ones became shameful, and the powerless became stronger in belief that justice is reachable, and that no one can escape it. Justice is reachable, no one can escape it... | February 4th, 2017