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By Nidzara Ahmetasevic in Sarajevo
"We killed people in groups of 10… The prisoners who came out from the first two buses had their hands tied. It took one hour to kill all the people from one bus. The 10th detachment, I believe, killed on that day (13. July 1995) about 300 people".
Source: Radio Netherlands Worldwide   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: November 20th 2011. 19:16:59
Banning minarets on Muslim mosques 'the modern version of 1930s anti-Semitism'. Beautiful, peaceful, rich Switzerland has fallen under a curse in recent years. The current worldwide uproar against Switzerland for banning minarets on Muslim mosques is the latest malediction to hit the Helvetic Republic.
Source: Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: December 13th 2009. 21:22:29
Alexandria, Virginia (CNN) -- Former U.S. Rep. William Jefferson was sentenced Friday to 13 years in prison followed by three years of supervised release for his conviction on 11 counts of corruption.
Source: CNN   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 14th 2009. 00:31:16
NEW YORK - Federal prosecutors took steps Thursday to seize four U.S. mosques and a Fifth Avenue skyscraper owned by a non-profit Muslim organization long suspected of being secretly controlled by the Iranian government.
Source: The Associated Press   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 12th 2009. 22:38:26
A majority of Serbs are against the arrest of Europe’s most wanted war-crimes fugitive, Ratko Mladic, and the public support for his delivery to a U.N. tribunal is rapidly declining, a government official said Tuesday.
Source: The Associated Press   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 3rd 2009. 23:46:39
But that didn’t stop Unocal or the U.S. government from meeting with the Taliban in the United States to work out a deal to develop the 300 trillion cubic feet of gas locked in the Caspian Basin.
Source: Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 23rd 2009. 21:24:59
The Turkish prime minister defends Iran's right to pursue peaceful nuclear technology, saying that Iran's right is not 'questionable'.
Source: Press TV   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 19th 2009. 22:25:33
Pakistan, increasingly destabilized by the U.S.-led war in neighbouring Afghanistan, is getting closer to blowing apart.
Source: The Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 18th 2009. 22:57:33
From Dayton to Dysfunction

But the real story is Bosnia's dysfunction as a state.
Source: Newsweek   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 17th 2009. 17:01:34
NEW YORK -- The U.S., Britain and France staged a bravura performance of political theatre last week by claiming to have just "discovered" a secret Iran uranium enrichment plant near Qum. On cue, a carefully orchestrated media blitz trumpeted warnings of the alleged Iranian nuclear threat and "long-ranged missiles."
Source: The Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 4th 2009. 16:50:21
Afghanistan's presidential elections, due on August 20, will be an elaborate exercise in political theatre, designed to show uneasy Western voters that progress is being made in the war-torn nation after seven years of U.S.-led occupation.
Source: Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: August 19th 2009. 23:53:48
U.S. Defence Secretary Robert Gates has emerged as the Obama administration's foreign policy strongman, eclipsing Hillary Clinton. Gates stood next to Barak, appearing to back Israeli threats. Gates warned Iran it had until September to begin talks on dismantling its nuclear program -- or else.

Wasn't Barack Obama supposed to be the "peace president?"
Source: The Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: August 2nd 2009. 18:28:08
KABUL – In a recent debate leading up to the presidential elections here, the first question was not about terrorism, or violence, or even opium. It was about how candidates viewed a jagged line casually drawn on a map 115 years ago by British colonial rulers.
Source: Associated Press / By Kathy Gannon   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: August 1st 2009. 22:57:54
The blind pursuit of profit has “wreaked havoc” on the world economy, the Pope writes in the 144-page paper entitled Caritas in Veritate – Latin for “Charity in Truth.”
Source: The Globe and Mail   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 8th 2009. 00:25:06
Israel has a sovereign right to decide what is in its best interest in dealing with Iran's nuclear ambitions whether the United States agrees or not, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said in an interview on Sunday.
Source: The Washington Post   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 5th 2009. 21:54:30
US Vice President Joe Biden refused to condemn or rule out such an attack, and Israel has secured Saudi support, a report suggests.
Source: Christian Science Monitor   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 5th 2009. 14:06:24
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- My old friend and Georgetown University Foreign Service School classmate, Sadegh Ghotbzadeh, was executed in Tehran after a failed attempt to overthrow Iran's Islamic Republic in 1982.

I'm thinking about his death because of increasingly strident demands by Republicans and some Democrats for President Barack Obama to wade into Iran's blazing post electoral crisis.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: June 28th 2009. 19:48:23
Iran's intensifying political crisis remains dangerously unpredictable. It's still too early to determine if the bitter feud within Tehran's political establishment will lead to a revolution against Iran's Islamic government that so many foreigners hope for, or eventually burn out.
Source: Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: June 24th 2009. 01:47:26
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has said that his country will continue to expand its settlements in the occupied West Bank, despite calls by President Barack Obama for construction to stop.
Source: Telegraph   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: May 24th 2009. 21:58:26
WASHINGTON — President Obama said Monday that he expected to know by the end of the year whether Iran was making “a good-faith effort to resolve differences” in talks aimed at ending its nuclear program, signaling to Israel as well as Iran that his willingness to engage in diplomacy over the issue has its limits.
Source: New York Times   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: May 18th 2009. 23:49:25
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Bosnia on Tuesday hoping to bolster a country still plagued by instability and ethnic division 14 years after the end of Europe's worst conflict since World War Two.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: May 18th 2009. 23:29:37
Serbian President Boris Tadic has told the UN's chief war crimes prosecutor his country is "searching intensively" for two remaining fugitives.
Source: BBC News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: May 11th 2009. 23:22:26
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will visit Bosnia, Serbia and Kosovo during the week of May 18, focusing on a region that so far has not been high on the Obama administration's foreign policy agenda.
Source: The Washington Post   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: May 1st 2009. 21:53:40
On Tuesday, it will be five years since Americans first confronted the photographs from Abu Ghraib on “60 Minutes II.”
Source: The New York Times   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: April 26th 2009. 00:41:03
Turkey Saturday branded "unacceptable" parts of U.S. President Barack Obama's carefully worded statement on the mass killings of Armenians, saying that hundreds of thousands of Turks and Muslims also died.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: April 25th 2009. 22:06:01
Gates' newly announced defence budget makes clear that America's military future lies in what the Pentagon calls "expeditionary warfare," mostly in the Muslim world.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: April 19th 2009. 06:10:28
The collapse of the U.S. economy has dominated the first months of Barack Obama's presidency. But after last week's G-20 summit in London, Obama was in Turkey and Iraq this week, underscoring a different point.

Once he's taken care of problems at home, most of his biggest business is in the Muslim world.
Source: CNN   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: April 10th 2009. 21:26:27
U.S. intelligence says this financial crisis, not al-Qaida, is the greatest threat to national security.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: April 10th 2009. 12:00:46
As the planet goes slowly insane, we were treated this week to a sorry vignette from the lunatic villas of our own country. George Galloway was finally and officially refused entry into Canada. The bureaucratic reason was that the British MP is a security threat.-What was he planning to do, kick a Mountie in the shins, sneak into a hockey game without a ticket?-

The real reason is that he opposes this country's one-sided policy with respect to Palestine and the war in Afghanistan
Source: The Ottawa Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: April 5th 2009. 00:55:27
Granada's fortress-palace built by Spain's medieval Moorish rulers, has always fascinated visitors. But what messages do its intricately carved walls hold – poetry, philosophy or piety? Elizabeth Nash reports
Source: The Independent   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: March 30th 2009. 22:37:48
While Rome burns, here we go again with renewed hysteria over MWMD's -- Muslim weapons of mass destruction. War drums are again beating over Iran.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: March 8th 2009. 13:45:09
ISRAEL has launched an elaborate covert war against Iran as an alternative to direct military strikes against Tehran's nuclear program, US intelligence sources have told Britain's Daily Telegraph.

According to the sources, Israel is using hitmen, sabotage, front companies and double agents to disrupt the regime's weapons project. One element of the "decapitation" program is said to be the planned assassination of figures involved in the country's atomic industry.
Source: The Age   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 17th 2009. 21:11:56
30 years after the historic Islamic revolution, the country still blames oil hunger for its isolation. As Iran celebrates the 30th anniversary of its historic Islamic revolution, it is worth examining the origins of the three decades of bitter hostility between Tehran and the West.

By ERIC MARGOLIS
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 16th 2009. 20:42:44
Big powers have drawn no lessons from the Iran fiasco and continue to force their writ on the Middle East, writes Aijaz Zaka Syed
Source: Al-Ahram   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 14th 2009. 22:29:23
MUNICH – Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani held separate meetings with the foreign ministers of France, Germany, and Britain and the European Union foreign policy chief on the sidelines of the Munich Conference on Security Policy.
Source: Tehran Times   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 8th 2009. 01:01:15
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council ruled that CFRA talk-show host Green launched an “uninformed and unfair” attack when he told his radio audience in early December that the majority of Muslims are fanatics and extremist behaviour is symptomatic of the religion, not just a radical minority.
Source: Ottawa Citizen   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 6th 2009. 23:50:48
Glasnost sweeps Britain as questions mount over the purpose of the mission

By ERIC MARGOLIS

LONDON -- Britain's security minister, Lord West, just dropped a bombshell by declaring his nation's military intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan had fuelled global radicalism against Britain and the U.S.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 2nd 2009. 21:23:08
Turkey's prime minister has stormed off the stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos after a heated debate on Gaza with Israel's president.
Source: BBC News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: January 29th 2009. 23:21:39
Kudos to President Barack Obama for closing the U.S. prison at Guantanamo, Cuba, and the CIA's network of secret, or "black,'" prisons abroad, both blots on America's honour and grave violations of international law.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: January 29th 2009. 23:12:54
Muriz Jukic keeps reliving the day last winter when his tractor hit a land mine, unleashing shrapnel that tore one of his eyes from its socket and left him stumbling and screaming.

"I dream about that flash and I wake up soaked in sweat," says Jukic, 43, who was injured while gathering firewood near his home in the northeastern Bosnia village of Vitinica.
Source: Associated Press   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: December 21st 2008. 21:13:52
Source: Reuters
SARAJEVO, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Social networking site Facebook closed down a Serbian group that celebrated the massacre of 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica after online appeals from about 14,000 people in Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia.
Source: AlertNet   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: December 17th 2008. 12:32:00
Israel can no longer expect "blank cheques" from Washington once president-elect Barack Obama's administration takes over in January, a former US ambassador to the Jewish state said on Sunday.
Source: AFP   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: December 7th 2008. 11:24:33
The building of huge mosques throughout Germany is nothing short of a “a bid for power and influence, a land grab”, according to Ralph Giordano, 85, the German Jewish writer and Holocaust survivor, in an interview with The Times that is likely to stir Muslim anger.
Source: The Times, UK   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: December 5th 2008. 19:56:13
Further attacks could provoke enraged India

Last week's bloody attacks in Mumbai (Bombay) that left more than 150 dead and 300 wounded are the latest sign the once distinct conflicts in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kashmir and western India are beginning to overlap, creating a new, increasingly dangerous zone of crisis in South Asia.
Source: Toronto Sun   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: December 3rd 2008. 20:26:52
Shabaz Bhatti is proud to be a devout Muslim – but his plans to remortgage the family home with one of Britain's new generation of Islamic banks isn't just about religion.
Source: The Christian Science Monitor   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 28th 2008. 00:25:11
Five of six Algerians held nearly seven years at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba must be released, a federal judge ruled yesterday in a setback for the Bush administration.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 27th 2008. 23:59:15
The mandate of EU peacekeepers has been extended for another year in Bosnia-Hercegovina amid continuing concern about the country's ethnic fissures.
Source: BBC World Service News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 27th 2008. 23:52:53
The United Nations' chief war crimes prosecutor Serge Brammertz has begun a two-day visit to Serbia to evaluate the country's efforts toward apprehending Europe's most wanted fugitive, Ratko Mladic.
Source: Voice of America   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 17th 2008. 19:30:52
A prominent Democratic source close to Obama said Jarrett is also Obama's choice to be named to take over his seat in the Senate, though Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich would have the final say over a replacement.
Source: CNN   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 9th 2008. 19:14:17
The ongoing 2008 Presidential election represents Soros’ importation of the techniques he has utilized for popular subversion in foreign lands to the U.S. political process.
Source: Ed Hamler, larouchepac.com   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 9th 2008. 10:30:40
David Lightman: Rahm Emanuel is a tough, practical politician
Source: The Real News Network   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 8th 2008. 16:32:08
Turkish leaders welcomed the election of America's first African-American president, as a source of hope for peace in the world. But the new administration's uncertain policies on a wide range of issues, from the alleged ""genocide"" of Armenians to Iran and Iraq, are a matter of curiosity for Ankara.
Source: (Source: hurriyet.com)   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 8th 2008. 11:31:25
Since winning the US presidential election, Barack Obama has wasted little time assembling a team to help him govern.

The BBC News website has put together a guide to the new faces so far named in the administration.
Source: BBC News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: November 8th 2008. 10:28:45
With America set to decide between Barack Obama and John McCain for their new president next Tuesday, Newsbeat visits a mosque in a New York suburb to find out how Muslims feel about the election.
Source: BBC World News Service   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 29th 2008. 18:14:53
ZAGREB (Reuters) - A car bomb killed two journalists in central Zagreb on Thursday in the latest of a series of violent incidents that have hit the capital this year.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 23rd 2008. 21:03:16
The decision by Barack Obama to return to Hawaii to visit his ailing grandmother might not be the last surprise of the last fortnight of this campaign.
Source: BBC World Service News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 22nd 2008. 15:42:14
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have begun a two-day state visit to Slovenia at the invitation of the country's president, Danilo Turk.
Source: BBC World Service News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 22nd 2008. 15:38:01
Demonstrators took to the streets in Canadian cities on Saturday, demanding the government end the mission in Afghanistan.
Source: CBC News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 18th 2008. 22:30:09
BERLIN (Reuters) - About 200 people chanting anti-Muslim slogans demonstrated on Thursday at the opening of the first mosque in the formerly communist eastern part of Germany.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: October 16th 2008. 21:22:46
In early June during a joint news conference of Turkish and European officials, the first question that Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ali Babacan faced was not on the accession process, but the recent situation on indirect talks between Israel and Syria.
Source: Hurriyet   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: September 7th 2008. 20:55:25
Aleksander Dugin, a popular theorist in hard-line circles, advocates an alliance between the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. He says Georgia crisis could be start of a real conflict with U.S.
Source: Los Angeles Times   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: September 7th 2008. 20:03:34
"The military way will not solve the problem,” said Peres, the 85-year-old founder of the Jewish state’s nuclear programme, in an interview with The Sunday Times.
Source: The London Times   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: September 7th 2008. 19:54:06
Thanks to the soaring oil price, Abu Dhabi and Dubai have money to burn - and they can't wait to spend it, as this week's dramatic acquisition of Manchester City shows. Michael Savage and Toby Green investigate where the money has gone
Source: The Independent   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: September 7th 2008. 19:48:08
ZURICH (Reuters) - A move to ban the construction of new minarets in Switzerland would violate international human rights and the country's constitution, its federal government said on Wednesday.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: August 27th 2008. 19:40:01
In an interview with broadcaster B92 on August 21 2008, head of Serbia's council for co-operation with the Hague war crimes tribunal Rasim Ljajic said it was a thankless task to claim whether Ratko Mladic, former head of the Bosnian Serb army and close aide of already arrested former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, was in Serbia.

“Until he is located, it will be very thankless to claim that he is in Serbia or not,” Ljajic said.

Mladic, like Karadzic, is indicted on charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
Source: Sophia Echo   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 22nd 2008. 14:47:32
SARAJEVO -- The head of the Bosnian Joint Armed Forces HQ says that not a single item of weaponry went from Bosnia to Georgia.

Miladin Milojčić said there had been no sales of arms or military equipment to foreign buyers, and believed that it had all been speculation.
Source: B92   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 18th 2008. 09:01:20
Bosnia-Herzegovina rejected on Thursday allegations from the Russian Defense Ministry that it was one of the countries which exported weaponry to Georgia.
Source: People's Daily Online   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 15th 2008. 19:44:19
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - The 14th Sarajevo Film Festival — born in a sandbag-protected basement during the Bosnian war — will kick off Friday evening with a screening of Bosnian movie "Snow."

Aida Begic's debut feature about life in a village in post-war Bosnia took the top prize at Critics Week in Cannes this year.
Source: GMA NEWS   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 15th 2008. 19:42:49
A new mass grave believed to contain dozens of victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre has been discovered in eastern Bosnia, an official says.

The new grave measuring at least 10 by three metres was discovered at Kamenica village, near the town of Zvornik, said Murat Hurtic of Bosnia's Missing Persons Commission.

"The remains of around 10 people appeared on the surface as we removed the first layer of soil (and) at least several dozen remains" were expected to be uncovered in total, he told AFP.
Source: The West   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 14th 2008. 11:52:11
BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AFP)--Bosnian Serb war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic is in talks with Serbia's secret services about his surrender to a U.N. tribunal, a Bosnian daily reported Wednesday.

"Serbia's military intelligence service is negotiating with war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic on his surrender" to The Hague-based tribunal, said Glas Srpske, citing a Serbian government source.
Source: NASDAQ   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 14th 2008. 11:51:11
In a departure from his usual roles in Hollywood blockbusters, Orlando Bloom, said he would start work on a new movie about the siege of Sarajevo, the Bosnian capital, from 1992 to 1996, The Associated Press reported. The movie is based on the book “Fools Rush In” by Bill Carter, an American writer and filmmaker who spent time in Sarajevo during the war. Andrucha Waddington is to direct.
Source: New York Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 14th 2008. 11:49:36
TUZLA, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Forensic experts said Wednesday they had opened a 10th mass grave found near an eastern Bosnian village and that it may contain the bodies of up to 100 victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Source: MSNBC/AP   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 14th 2008. 11:48:23
A mass grave believed to contain dozens of victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre has been discovered in eastern Bosnia, officials said.

The grave measuring at least 10 by three metres was discovered at Kamenica village, near the town of Zvornik, said Murat Hurtic of Bosnia’s Missing Persons Commission.
Source: Irish Examiner   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 14th 2008. 11:46:41
VANCOUVER - The arrest of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and his appearance before a Yugoslav war crimes tribunal in The Hague is a victory for many Canadians who have been deeply involved in the ugly aftermath of the ethnic and religious war following the breakup of the former communist federation.
Source: The Canadian Press   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: August 4th 2008. 10:40:51
Radovan Karadzic on Friday claimed Richard Holbrooke, the US Bosnia peace negotiator, promised to quash his war crimes indictment if he stepped down from public life, but then hatched a plot to murder him when the deal fell apart.
Source: Financial Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 3rd 2008. 09:24:36
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The former U.S. peace mediator for Bosnia, Richard Holbrooke, on Thursday dismissed a claim by Radovan Karadzic that the United States had offered a deal that would spare him prosecution for war crimes.
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The former Bosnian Serb leader, who was arrested last week after 11 years on the run, appeared before a U.N. war crimes judge in The Hague for the first time to answer genocide charges for his role in the 1992-95 Bosnia war.
Source: Reuters via Yahoo!   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 3rd 2008. 09:22:27
Sarajevo/Belgrade, 1 August(AKI) - Bosnian Muslims on Friday welcomed the indictment of Radovan Karadzic before the Hague-based United Nations war crimes tribunal and stepped up demands for the abolition of his project, the separate Serb entity, Republika Srpska (RS).

The territory was created in the Dayton Peace Accord that ended the war in 1995 inside what is now Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Source: ADN Cronos international   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 3rd 2008. 09:21:31
THE HAGUE: Radovan Karadzic insisted in a letter published yesterday that he was promised immunity from prosecution by the US in 1996 – a claim strongly denied by Richard Holbrooke and Carl Bildt, both involved in diplomacy to end the 1992-95 Bosnia war.
Source: Gulf Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 3rd 2008. 09:19:44
Radovan Karadzic yesterday gave more details of his allegation that Richard Holbrooke, the US Bosnia peace negotiator, promised to quash his war crimes indictment if he stepped down from public life, but then hatched a plot to murder him when the deal fell apart.
Source: Financial Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: August 3rd 2008. 09:19:06
The Bosnian parliament has agreed to send a 49-man infantry unit to join the international force in Iraq following a Nato request.
Source: New Zealand's News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 30th 2008. 21:29:38
Beast of Bosnia Radovan Karadzic was finally in the custody of the UN war crimes court in The Hague today after he was spirited from Belgrade under cover of darkness.

The man accused of masterminding the worst slaughter in Europe since World War Two was flown into Rotterdam airport in The Netherlands at dawn.
Source: DailyMailOnline   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 30th 2008. 21:27:59
REUTERS - War crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic arrived in the Netherlands on Wednesday to face trial at The Hague on charges of genocide for his actions in the 1992-95 Bosnia war.
Source: Reuters/Yahoo!News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 30th 2008. 21:26:22
"Karadzic took my life, he stole my youth, he stole everything," said Edna, a woman who was 19 when Bosnian Serbs started their 43-month siege of the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 30th 2008. 21:25:12
By Reed Stevenson

THE HAGUE (Reuters) - War crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic arrived in the Netherlands on Wednesday to face trial at The Hague on charges of genocide for his actions in the 1992-95 Bosnia war.
Source: REUTERS   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 29th 2008. 22:56:01
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is being flown from the Serbian capital Belgrade to the war-crimes tribunal in The Hague.
Source: BBC   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 29th 2008. 22:07:39
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia's war crimes court sentenced seven Bosnian Serbs to prison terms ranging from 38 to 42 years on Tuesday for taking part in the mass killing of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica in July 1995.
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"They killed several hundred Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) from Srebrenica," said judge Hilmo Vucinic.

He said it was impossible to determine the exact number killed by the group in only one day, July 13, 1995. More than 1,000 Bosnian Muslims had been kept in a warehouse in the village of Kravice.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 29th 2008. 18:39:10
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AFP)--Bosnia's war crimes court Tuesday sentenced seven Serbs to heavy jail terms after finding them guilty of genocide during the Srebrenica massacre in July, 1995.

Six of them were convicted of direct participation in the murder of more than 1,000 Muslims in a single day in Kravice, near the ill-fated eastern Bosnian town, said Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina judge Hilmo Vucinic.
Source: NASDAQ   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 29th 2008. 18:30:01
Every few weeks, fresh flowers are placed either side of the headstone, and a pile of half-smoked cigarettes appears under a nearby bench.

The black marble grave in a small suburban cemetery bears a simple inscription: "Mladic Ana, 1971-1994."
Source: Sunday Mirror, London   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 27th 2008. 11:48:13
Thousands of supporters of the former Bosnian Serb leader, Radovan Karadzic, have held protests over his arrest to face the war crimes tribunal.

Demonstrations were held in across the Serb part of Bosnia, the biggest in Pale where Mr Karadzic had his headquarters during the 1992-1995 war.
Source: BBC   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 26th 2008. 22:31:03
As the long-haired, bearded man who had become known as the local eccentric walked out of the Leotar supermarket in a suburb of Belgrade nine days ago, he unexpectedly turned back to the checkout girls.

“I want to say goodbye,” he said. “I’m going on vacation. I need a rest, I’ve been working a lot.” He could not know how prescient his words were.
Source: The Times   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 26th 2008. 22:20:58
LONDON (Reuters) - Bosnia is closer to breaking up than at any time since its 1992-95 war and the European Union must do more to prevent its division, former international peace overseer Paddy Ashdown said.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 26th 2008. 22:16:14
VIENNA (Reuters) - Radovan Karadzic evaded capture last year when Austrian police raided a Vienna apartment where he was staying but did not recognize the disguised war crimes suspect, an Austrian newspaper reported on Friday.
Source: Reuter   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 19:47:14
Irma Hadzimuratovic, Colonel Bob Stewart, Arkan, Yasushi Akashi, Slobodan Milosevic, Franjo Tudjman, Richard Holbrooke
Source: TimesOnline   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 19:03:45
SREBRENICA, Bosnia and Herzegovina — Fadila Efendik had little time to rejoice this week over the capture of Radovan Karadzic, the man she blames for the death of her only son: she was too busy looking for his missing and scattered body parts.
Source: International Herald Tribune   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 18:59:02
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Miroslav Blazevic signed a two-year contract to coach Bosnia on Thursday.
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Blazevic, who led Croatia to a third-place finish at the 1998 World Cup, has replaced Meho Kodro, who was fired in May for refusing to prepare the team for a friendly with Iran.
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"There are documents proving that Karadzic took 36 million Bosnian marka ($28 million) in spring 1997," Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik said in a 2005 interview.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 13:09:55
Ratko Mladic served as Radovan Karadzic's military commander during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war. Mladic, like Karadzic, is wanted for war crimes and genocide. After Karadzic's arrest, Belgrade has been urged to hunt down his co-conspirator.
Source: France24   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 13:07:40
The land of Srebrenica in Bosnia is still churning out the bodies of its inhabitants, allegedly massacred in 1995 by the soldiers of Karadzic and Mladic. For the past seven years, forensic experts have sought to identify the remains.
Source: France24   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 13:06:49
The ex-Bosnian Serb leader, who eluded arrest as new age healer Dragan Dabic, took the name from an innocent civilian killed by one of his snipers, prosecutors claim.
Source: Mirror News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 25th 2008. 13:05:59
After 13 years on the run from charges of war crimes and genocide, former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is finally in custody. Ed Vulliamy, who reported extensively on the war, recalls his meeting with the deluded mass killer and tells how Karadzic's manipulation of the west enabled him to unleash the bloodiest carnage in Europe since the second world war
Source: Guardian   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 22nd 2008. 20:23:46
Karadzic — a psychiatrist accused of masterminding the deadly wartime siege of Sarajevo and the executions of up to 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica during Bosnia's 1992-95 war, Europe's worst massacre since World War II — had topped the tribunal's most-wanted list for years.
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CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to correspondent Christiane Amanpour about the capture of fugitive Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic.
Source: CNN   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 21st 2008. 22:17:07
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  • The team exhumed two complete and 64 incomplete skeletons
  • Experts: ID card found in grave indicates bodies were Muslim men from Srebrenica
  • 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men killed in 1995 after Bosnian Serbs overran Srebrenica
  • 3,300 victims buried, 5,000 bodies still to be found; Serb forces leader still free
Source: CNN   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 21st 2008. 08:36:52
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Several hundred women have protested a decision by a UN war crimes tribunal to refuse to add rape to the charges that two Bosnian Serbs are facing at a trial in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The women claim the defendants — Milan and Sredoje Lukic — organized rape camps for Serb soldiers and that Muslim women held there were treated as sex slaves during 1992-95 Bosnian war.
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FORENSIC experts have exhumed 66 Srebrenica massacre victims from a mass grave in eastern Bosnia.

An identification card found in the grave supported initial information that the bodies were of Muslim men from Srebrenica who were killed in the July 1995 massacre.
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(Brussels, July 16, 2008) Republika Srpska authorities should refrain from verbal attacks on Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina and ensure the security of the organization's staff and premises, Human Rights Watch said today.
Source: Reuters   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 18th 2008. 11:05:16
A Dutch court has ruled that it is unable to hear a case brought against the UN by relatives of victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia.
Source: BBC News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 10th 2008. 15:24:20
The Hague, 9 July (AKI) – Two Bosnian Serbs went on trial at the UN's Yugoslav war crimes court on Wednesday charged with killing at least 140 Muslims - one of the worst atrocities of Bosnia's bloody 1992-1995 civil war.
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Prosecutors at the international war crimes tribunal say cousins Milan and Sredoje Lukic murdered Muslims in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad.

They are alleged to have barricaded about 140 women, children and elderly men into houses and set fire to them.
Source: BBC News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: July 9th 2008. 19:36:11
For Turkey's more radical secularists, there is a war going on between the defenders of Kemalism – the mix of authoritarian secularism, statism and nationalism that is still Turkey's official ideology – and a government intent on imposing Islam on the country. The AKP government insists the struggle is between democrats and defenders of an outdated authoritarian political vision. Cynics see a battle between two sides linked by their obsession with controlling the state apparatus and their cavalier attitude to democracy.
Source: The Independent   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 8th 2008. 16:01:25
In Switzerland some 115,000 people have signed a proposal to ban the building of minarets.

The campaign is being organised by the right-wing Swiss People's Party (SVP), the largest party in parliament.
Source: BBC News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 8th 2008. 15:35:48
BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Hercegovina (AFP) — The Bosnian Serb speaker of parliament on Friday warned of anti-Muslim violence during the commemoration of a 1995 massacre next week after a recent "scandalous" UN verdict.
Source: AFP   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 4th 2008. 15:11:32
Ayşa Boşnak Börekçisi in İzmir's Alsancak district is a delicious and very unique culinary experience for those who appreciate good homestyle Turkish food, as well as those who want to try something a little different
Source: MİNA ERÇEL İZMİR - Turkish Daily News   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 3rd 2008. 21:14:22
The talk here is about oil. Not just the prices which are affecting everyone but supplies, deep underground. It is nothing new. They have been talking about it since the 19th century, during the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Source: Source: Al Jazeera   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: July 3rd 2008. 21:00:20
SARAJEVO -- Transparency International, based in Berlin, has addressed governments and their embassies in Bosnia over “a series of inexplicable media attacks on TI” there.

“Although TI is a key actor in tackling corruption, and is of vital importance to the country and region in terms of the rule of law, [Republic of Srpska PM Milorad] Dodik’s groundless claims depicting TI as a criminal element in Bosnia, and the implied legal sanctions and threats, have further complicated the situation,” reads a TI statement.
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SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Two Spanish pilots and two German officers of the European Union's peacekeeping force were killed when their helicopter crashed in central Bosnia on Thursday, authorities said.

The helicopter crashed near the northern town of Kotor Varos in a mountainous, heavily forested and inaccessible area.
Source: Yahoo NEWS/Reuters   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 19th 2008. 21:50:35
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzogovina - Officials say an European Union peacekeeping helicopter has crashed in mountainous central Bosnia with four crew members on board. A rescue operation is under way.
Source: Yahio News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 19th 2008. 07:44:58
BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Hercegovina (AFP)--Bosnian police arrested two Serbs on suspicion they committed war crimes against civilians at the outbreak of the country's 1992-1995 conflict, officials said Wednesday.

Nikica and Mile Zgonjanin were arrested in the northwestern town of Novi Grad on Tuesday and were remanded in custody for one month, prosecutors in Banja Luka, the Bosnian Serb administrative capital, told AFP.
Source: NASDAQ   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 19th 2008. 07:43:40
Relatives of the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia-Herzegovina have asked a Dutch civil court to wave U.N. immunity and allow them to seek damages for their loss. About 8,000 Muslims were murdered by Serb forces 13 years ago after they overran what was supposed to be a U.N. safe area protected by Dutch peacekeepers. For VOA, Lauren Comiteau reports from Amsterdam.
Source: Voice Of America   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 19th 2008. 07:40:36
The Hague - A Dutch court began hearings Wednesday to decide whether the surviving family members of the victims of a 1995 massacre of Muslims in Bosnia could sue the United Nations for failing to prevent the killings. Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Muslims in one week in July 1995, overrunning the Srebrenica enclave that had been declared a United Nations safe zone.
Source: Earth Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 18th 2008. 22:17:44
Sarajevo - Bosnian forensic experts Wednesday completed excavation of a mass grave at Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, the Commission on Missing Persons confirmed. Murat Hurtic of the commission said six complete and 90 incomplete bodies were exhumed from the grave.

The exhumed remains, he said, were of the victims of the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica, in which Bosnian Serb troops killed up to 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men after capturing the area on July 11, 1995, during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Source: Earth Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 18th 2008. 22:14:56
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - A Dutch court began hearings Wednesday about whether survivors of a 1995 massacre of Muslims in Bosnia — Europe's worst mass killing since World War II — can sue the United Nations for failing to prevent the slaughter.
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Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Muslims in one week in July 1995, overrunning the Srebrenica enclave declared a U.N. safe zone. Dutch peacekeepers overwhelmed by the Serbs' superior force watched helplessly as the male victims were led away from their custody for execution.
Source: Associated Press (Yahoo News)   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 18th 2008. 22:13:37
Bosnia-Herzegovina took its first step on the ladder to European Union membership yesterday when it signed a pre-accession agreement almost 13 years after the end of its bloody civil war.
Source: Financial Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 18th 2008. 22:01:38
TORONTO - Crown lawyers say a Canadian man fighting for Serbia cannot claim self-defence to justify kidnapping a UN observer during the war in Bosnia in 1995.

Ribic, who is originally from Edmonton, was convicted in an Ottawa courtroom of hostage-taking and threatening death - the first time anyone had been convicted under the Criminal Code for such a crime abroad.
Source: Canada East   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 18th 2008. 21:59:04
13 June 2008 Novi Sad _ The search for the top war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic has entered its last phase, a local Serbian newspaper reports.

Novi Sad daily Gradjanski List quotes sources from Serbia’s security agencies as saying they are close to arresting the Bosnian Serb wartime military leader General Ratko Mladic.
Source: Balkan Insight   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 16th 2008. 09:36:17
Bosnia-Hercegovina is taking its first step towards joining the European Union - 13 years after its civil war ended.

Ministers are to sign a Stabilisation and Association Agreement - a big step towards EU membership - although it may be a decade before Bosnia qualifies.
Source: BBC NEWS   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 16th 2008. 09:34:39
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AFP)--A Bosnian DNA laboratory said Sunday it would help Chile in tracing the fate of people who went missing during the 1973- 1990 rule of late dictator Augusto Pinochet.

The Sarajevo-based International Commission for Missing People (ICMP) said in a statement it had signed an agreement with Chilean authorities.

"This is a very important agreement for us ... the ICMP has opened a real opportunity for us to achieve justice in our cases," Gloria Ramirez-Donoso, of the Chilean justice ministry, said in the statement.
Source: NASDAQ   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 16th 2008. 09:29:11
Thirteen and a half years after the Dayton Agreement ended the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the stagnant, divided country is about to enter a potentially transformative process. On June 16, Bosnia will sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) with the European Union, cementing the country’s relationship and identifying it as a prospective EU member.
Source: United States Institute of Peace   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 23:24:01
Sarajevo _ The Slovenian company Merkur opened on Friday one of the region's biggest shopping malls.

Merkur’s investment in the shopping mall in Sarajevo totals some 25 million Euros, officials told a press conference.
Source: Balkan Insight   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 23:19:59
Pleasant Hill, Ia. -They lost their first spouses.

They met as widows in war.

They survived religious and ethnic persecution to move their blended family halfway across the world from Bosnia to this Des Moines suburb.

He suffered injuries at work. She faced a gunpoint robbery on the job.
Source: Des Moines Register   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 23:03:04
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia arrested wartime Bosnian Serb security chief Stojan Zupljanin on Wednesday and was to send him to the United Nations tribunal in The Hague for trial on war crimes charges.

Zupljanin was one of the top four fugitives sought by the tribunal for war crimes in the territory of former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, and his arrest was seen as a step forward in Serbia’s European Union accession efforts.
Source: Tiscalli News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:55:19
Sarajevo - The War Crimes Chamber of Bosnia-Herzegovina's State Court sentenced three Bosnian Serbs Friday to a total of 63 years jail for crimes during the country's 1992-1995 war. Dusko Knezevic was sentenced to 31 years, Zeljko Mejakic to 21 and Momcilo Gruban to 11 years.
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Sarajevo - The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) on Tuesday said it has recorded 10,000 DNA matches for victims of the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The commission said it had identified the 10,000th missing person as a man missing from the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, where Bosnian Serb troops massacred up to 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men on 11 July 1995.
Source: The Earth Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:50:23
Sarajevo - Bosnia's state court asked British authorities Monday to sanction Bosnian Serb Radislav Krstic for refusing to testify in a case presently before the court. Krstic was convicted of war crimes and is serving his sentence in a British prison.

The type of sanction imposed is at the discretion of the country in which a prisoner is serving a sentence.
Source: The Earth Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:49:36
Washington - The United States welcomed Serbia's arrest of a former Bosnian Serb official for allegedly committing war crimes during the Balkan wars of the 1990s. "His arrest is another positive step toward ensuring that those responsible for war crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia are held accountable," Gonzalo Gallegos, a US State Department spokesman, said.
Source: The Earth Times   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:47:08
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany says his country supports Bosnia's bid to move closer to EU membership although it will take time and effort to achieve that goal.
Source: Heral Tribune   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:45:02
More than 5,000 people attended the funeral Saturday of 47 victims of a Serb attack in the northern Bosnian town of Brcko at the beginning of the country's 1992-95 war.

The remains of the Muslim Bosniak civilians were among 277 found in a mass grave in nearby Gorice. About 80 bodies had previously been identified and buried.
Source: Herald Tribune   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:43:32
A Serbian court says three former members of a paramilitary are guilty of committing war crimes during the Bosnian war.

The court says the three tortured Bosnian Muslims in the eastern town of Zvornik while they were serving in the paramilitary unit known as the "Yellow Wasps."
Source: Herald Tribune   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:42:20
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány said following a meeting with Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola Spiric in Sarajevo that he will support Bosnia and Herzegovina's accession to the EU and NATO.
Source: BBJ   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: June 14th 2008. 22:35:38
The signing of a pre-accession deal between the EU and Serbia has been criticised by Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has so far not had the privilege of being offered a similar deal.

"Although the practice of the EU is to insist on fulfilment of all the requirements needed for deepening relations with potential member states, this act shows that Serbia enjoys some benefits like no other country," Haris Silajdzic, the Bosniak chairperson of Bosnia and Herzegovina's tripartite state presidency, said in a statement reported by press agencies on Wednesday (30 April).
Source: EU Observer   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: May 1st 2008. 12:40:24
Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a fee of £16.5 million fee for Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Luka Modric.

Modric, a key part of the Croatia national side that beat England 3-2 at Wembley last November, will join the north London club in the summer for £16.5 million.
Source: Yahoo! Sport   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: April 30th 2008. 21:57:24
BAGHDAD, April 30 -- Attacks on U.S. troops over the past two days killed six soldiers, the U.S. military said Wednesday, pushing the military's death toll in Iraq for April to 50, the highest for a single month since September.
Source: Washington Post   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: April 30th 2008. 21:53:11
Glavni tužilac Kantona Sarajevo Branko Šljivar u intervjuu za "Dnevni avaz" iznosi najnovije detalje do kojih se došlo u istragama u Federalnoj direkciji robnih rezervi, Ministarstvu energije, industrije i rudarstva FBiH, elektroenergetskom sektoru, "Terminalima FBiH", "Energoinvestu", slučaju "Gaši".
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učerašnji susret šestorice stranačkih lidera u Teniskom centru "Đulić" u Širokom Brijegu, umjesto dugo najavljivanih ozbiljnih razgovora o ustavnim promjenama, pretvorio se u žestok međustranački sukob zbog reforme policije i dramatičnu javnu svađu predsjednika SDA i Stranke za BiH, Sulejmana Tihića i Harisa Silajdžića.
Source: Avaz   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 3rd 2008. 09:39:07
FORMER Yeovil MP and Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown talked about his experiences in Bosnia in front of a packed audience at Chardstock Community Hall on Saturday.
Source: Yeovil Express   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 17:37:15
He didn't know his victims. He wasn't influenced by violent video games. Terrorism wasn't a factor.

The young Bosnian immigrant who killed five people at a shopping mall nearly a year ago was a shy loner who uttered just two words during a random shooting spree that ended with his death in a storm of police gunfire.
Source: KansasCity.com   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 17:30:10
The following is a list of approximately 500 children, victims of Srebrenica genocide, who were under the age of 18 on July 11 1995. Some children were shot in the head.
Source: Srebrenica Genocide Blog   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 17:27:38
TOKYO (AP) -- Koji Yamase scored twice in the second half Wednesday to help Japan beat Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0 in an exhibition match.
Source: Sporting News   |   Added by: Webmaster   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 17:24:03
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - The U.N. war crimes tribunal sentenced former Bosnian Serb general Dragomir Milosevic to 33 years imprisonment on Wednesday for the shelling of Sarajevo during the Bosnian war, one of the court's toughest sentences.
Source: REUTERS   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 14:58:42
For my first roundup of the Bosnian blogosphere, I am introducing a couple of interesting new blogs that have emerged in the past few weeks, showing the growing interest in blogging and in the Web 2.0 in the Balkans.
Source: Global Voices   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 14:56:59
AMSTERDAM, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Prosecutors at the U.N. war crimes tribunal have appealed the 33-year jail sentence given to a former Bosnian Serb general who directed the shelling of Sarajevo and are seeking a life term, the court said on Friday.
Source: REUTER   |   Added by: Zeljko Milicevic   |   Added on: February 2nd 2008. 14:15:02