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After War: Reintegration of Grbavica Settlement officially started 23 Years ago

March 19, 2019 3:00 PM
After War: Reintegration of Grbavica Settlement officially started 23 Years ago

The reintegration of the settlement Grbavica in Sarajevo officially started 23 years ago, on March 19, 1996, when the units of newly formed Canton Sarajevo entered the territory of this settlement. Grbavica was under the occupation of the Army of the RS (VRS) for four years, and members of the […]

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SIPA found 215 Mortar Shells buried in the Ground

March 14, 2019 9:00 AM
SIPA found 215 Mortar Shells buried in the Ground

Taking measures and actions in their jurisdiction, the police officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) discovered a larger amount of mine explosives in the Modrica area on Wednesday. In the report published on SIPA’s official website on Wednesday, it was stated that police found a total of […]

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Lazar Mutlak charged of War Crimes in Gorazde

March 12, 2019 9:00 AM
Lazar Mutlak charged of War Crimes in Gorazde

Prosecutor of the Special Department for War Crimes has issued an Indictment against Lazar Mutlak aka Lazo, born in 1959 in Goražde. This accused person is charged with using force and threats to life to rape and sexually abuse a Bosniak woman during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, namely […]

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Exclusive Story and Photos of Three Presidents and Klaus Kinkel in Mostar back in 1994

March 11, 2019 8:00 AM
Exclusive Story and Photos of Three Presidents and Klaus Kinkel in Mostar back in 1994

Klaus Kinkel was an honorable politician who, with all his heart, was committed to establishing bonds and bridges between people in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and working together for the benefit of the whole and unique city of Mostar. Kinkel was committed to the establishment of peace in Mostar, which […]

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How Residents of BiH celebrated the Women’s Day during the War? (video)

March 9, 2019 10:00 AM
How Residents of BiH celebrated the Women’s Day during the War? (video)

This film document was made by the director Srdjan Vuletic on the 8th of March 1993, on the streets of Sarajevo. Traditionally marked and celebrated in the country before the war, the International Women’s Day was a completely different day for the women of Sarajevo back in 1993. In the […]

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Milojko Kovacevic charged with Crimes committed against Bosniak Victims in Visegrad

February 24, 2019 2:00 PM
Milojko Kovacevic charged with Crimes committed against Bosniak Victims in Visegrad

The indictee Milojko Kovačević (1962) is charged with crimes committed against Bosniak victims from the Višegrad area in 1992. A prosecutor of the Special Department for War Crimes filed an indictment against Milojko Kovačević, born in 1962 in Višegrad, residing in Užice, Serbia. The indictee is charged with having participated […]

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Indictment confirmed for Eight Persons charged of War Crimes against Civilians

February 19, 2019 9:00 AM
Indictment confirmed for Eight Persons charged of War Crimes against Civilians

On 1 February 2019 the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina confirmed the indictment charging the accused Zijad Srabović, Refik Morankić, Ahmet Bajrić, Senaid Ćosić, Abid Arapčić, Pašaga Čajić, Mirsad Žilić and Samir Džambić with the criminal offense of War Crimes against Civilians under Article 142(1) of the Criminal Code of […]

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Baljvine: The Only Village without a Conflict

February 18, 2019 10:00 AM
Baljvine: The Only Village without a Conflict

Baljvine is a village in the municipality of Mrkonjic Grad. Village Baljvine is publicly known for the fact that there has never been inter-ethnic conflict, not in the past nor in the World War II, although the population belongs to two different ethnic and confessional groups. This village, for years […]

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Milorad Dodik: “There is no Chance that War might occur in Bosnia”

February 16, 2019 5:30 PM
Milorad Dodik: “There is no Chance that War might occur in Bosnia”

The peace must be preserved while citizens must be given an opportunity to make decisions, said Milorad Dodik, Chairman of the country’s tripartite Presidency. Speaking in an interview for the Voice of America, Dodik said there is no chance a war might occur in Bosnia. “We’re not deprived of the […]

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Sarajevo War Love Story, stronger than Nationalism, Hatred, War and Separation

February 15, 2019 8:00 AM
Sarajevo War Love Story, stronger than Nationalism, Hatred, War and Separation

Chris Leslie, reporter of the Guardian, visited Sarajevo again after 20 years to take photos of this city two decades after the end of the war. This time, he accidentally discovered a story of two love relationships that survived in spite of the nationally divided city. While he was in […]

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