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Letter the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada to the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Genocide is now being committed against the Rohingya Muslim minority by the Myanmar government. The Rohingya – numbering around one million – are a long-persecuted minority in Myanmar.

IRGC | September 14th, 2017
The un civil rights reports have been killed by 20.000 arakan Muslims, thousands of Muslim women were raped by soldiers, police and Buddhist monks.
In this process, the Muslims were seized and the Muslims were forced into the forced migration.

August 30th, 2017
A country in which a genocide has been committed, with many attempts, has not adopted a document on the conviction of genocide. The Euro-Atlantic future of Bosnia and Herzegovina implies, among other things, the adoption of a resolution on the conviction of genocide, implies developing a system of education that will teach generations that multiple aggression were committed against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and a Bosniak genocide. | July 30th, 2017
At a public gathering in Bratunac on July 7, he told the Bosniak returnees in Podrinje that they "returned after the war to occupy the Drina again". Such a dehumanizing statement again offended the surviving victims of genocide. According to Milorad Dodik, the Bosniaks, | July 20th, 2017
Washington: Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina (ACBH)
We remember over 8,372 innocent Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) men and boys who were systematically separated from their mothers, sisters and grandmothers and slaughtered within a five day period - the youngest victim being a newborn baby who in 2013, was buried next to her father, also a victim of the genocide.

ACBiH | July 12th, 2017
The youngest victim among those who were buried was Damir Suljic, who was 15 when he was killed in July 1995 after the Bosnian Serb Army overran the UN-protected ‘safe area’ of Srebrenica and subsequently executed some 8,000 Bosniak men and boys.

Suljic was buried next to his father, grandfather and uncle, who were also killed in the massacres, Anadolu news agency reported.

BIRN | July 11th, 2017
Press Release of the Genocide Research Institute, Canada
On the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the genocide in the "UN protected area" Srebrenica, Mayor of Hamilton, Fred Eisenberger, on the proposal of Councillor Maria Pearson, declared July 11th the Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Genocide against the Bosniaks of Srebrenica. | July 8th, 2017
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