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Plan of necessary Measures and Procedures developed for Football Competitions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

June 6, 2020 1:15 PM
Plan of necessary Measures and Procedures developed for Football Competitions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  In the situation when the management of the Federation made the decision to end the competition season in our country, the justified question is whether it made sense to organize camps for younger categories and any national team’s gatherings in general. The director of the Football Federation BH Sports […]

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Interesting Story about Diana Budisavljevic who saved over 12,000 Children from the Concentration Camps

January 17, 2020 12:45 PM
Interesting Story about Diana Budisavljevic who saved over 12,000 Children from the Concentration Camps

  Diana Obexer, a woman who saved over 12.000 children from the concentration camps in the Independent State of Croatia (ISoC), was born on the 15th of January 1891. Born in Innsbruck, Diana Obexer married Dr. Julije Budisavljević who at that time worked as an intern physician at the surgical […]

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Conditions in Migrants’s Camps in BiH characterized as “Inhumane”

September 16, 2019 4:00 PM
Conditions in Migrants’s Camps in BiH characterized as “Inhumane”

The small town of Bihac near Bosnia’s border with Croatia is facing a growing migrant influx. The Red Cross says that the central government isn’t doing enough. There are increasing numbers of refugees and migrants congregating in the Bosnian town of Bihac. Unable to go forward, unwilling to go back. […]

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EUFOR Major General Trischak visits Migrant Camps in BiH

July 13, 2019 10:00 AM
EUFOR Major General Trischak visits Migrant Camps in BiH

Major General Trischak spent Wednesday 10 July visiting the migrant camps at Bihac and Vucjak and speaking to key officials from the region as well as representatives of International Organisations who are providing support to the migrants. Major General Trischak said, “The purpose of my visit is to witness first-hand […]

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International Day of White Ribbons will be marked Tomorrow in Prijedor

May 30, 2019 11:30 AM
International Day of White Ribbons will be marked Tomorrow in Prijedor

Twenty-seven years ago, the Serbian authorities in Prijedor ordered the homes of Bosniaks and Croats in Prijedor to mark their homes with white sheets and to wear white ribbons on their sleeves in public places. It was followed by extermination, murder and persecution. The order to have non-Serb homes and […]

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Association aiming to Revive the Truth about Camps in BiH established in Norway

March 20, 2019 6:00 PM
Association aiming to Revive the Truth about Camps in BiH established in Norway

In the Norwegian city of Stavanger, the former detainees who were in camps during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1992 to 1995, established an association aiming to revive and spread the truth about camps and detention camps from the entire territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The decision was […]

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BiH is Ill-prepared to Deal with upcoming Migrant’s Crisis

March 16, 2019 5:00 PM
BiH is Ill-prepared to Deal with upcoming Migrant’s Crisis

For all the deficiencies, the establishment of IOM-operated temporary camps providing basic shelter and care for refugees and migrants had possibly prevented a far worse situation from developing had the crisis management been left solely to the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The country has been ill-prepared to deal with […]

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Harsh Weather Conditions make Life harder for Migrants in BiH

December 17, 2018 9:00 AM
Harsh Weather Conditions make Life harder for Migrants in BiH

Harsh weather conditions and tight police border controls have stopped thousands of people from attempting to cross into Croatia at the European Union’s Balkan frontier, leaving them in Bosnia until spring. Over 3,000 migrants have been cramped in three improvised migrant centres in the Bosnian towns of Bihac and Velika […]

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How did Inmates from BiH leave Messages for Future Generations?

September 13, 2016 9:30 AM
How did Inmates from BiH leave Messages for Future Generations?

During the aggression on BiH, about 200,000 military and civilian prisoners passed through the detainees’ camps. Close to 30,000 camp inmates were killed, while others were released after abuse. During their stay in the camps, inmates were looking for ways to leave messages about the time when they were brought […]

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Around Seven thousand People still in Mass Graves!

April 3, 2016 6:00 PM
Around Seven thousand People still in Mass Graves!

Twenty one year after the war, it is still being searched for around 7.000 missing persons in BIH, among which the majority are Bosniaks, it was confirmed by the spokeswoman of the Institute for Missing Persons of BiH Lejla Čengić. So far, at least 500 mass graves have been unearthed, […]

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