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26th Anniversary of Killings of Croatians marked in Uzodol

September 16, 2019 12:00 PM
26th Anniversary of Killings of Croatians marked in Uzodol

The 26th anniversary of the killing of 29 Croatian civilians and 12 members of the Croat Defense Council was marked on Saturday in Uzdol, Federal News Agency reports. The commemoration program began by laying wreaths and lighting candles at the Memorial Center, with the Holy Mass led by Msgr. Ilija […]

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How much has Croatia invested in BiH since the end of War?

September 14, 2019 10:00 AM
How much has Croatia invested in BiH since the end of War?

Croatia has invested slightly over €1 billion in Bosnia and Herzegovina to date, which makes it the second largest investor in the country, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA) said in a statement on Friday, citing central bank statistics. The data covers the period between May 1994 and […]

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Bosnian Serb accused of murdering a Muslim Family will be extradited from Switzerland

September 3, 2019 11:00 AM
Bosnian Serb accused of murdering a Muslim Family will be extradited from Switzerland

The Federal Criminal Court says a Bosnian Serb man accused of being involved in the murder of a Muslim family and couple in the mid-1990s must be extradited to Bosnia-Herzegovina. In a ruling released on Monday, the Swiss court rejected the man’s appeal against his pre-trial detention and extradition. The […]

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Tomorrow is the Anniversary of the First Post War Elections in BiH

September 1, 2019 11:00 AM
Tomorrow is the Anniversary of the First Post War Elections in BiH

In December 1995, after four years of warfare, the three major ethnic parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina convened in Dayton, Ohio, and agreed on a peace settlement. Called the Dayton Accords, they provided the framework and timeline for elections and to establish post-conflict national, entity and local governments. The Dayton […]

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Seventy Percent of those who were missing at the End of the Conflict in BiH have been accounted for

August 31, 2019 8:00 AM
Seventy Percent of those who were missing at the End of the Conflict in BiH have been accounted for

International Day of the Disappeared, families of the missing all around the world are calling for action to account for those who have disappeared as a consequence of conflict, natural disasters, crime, irregular migration and other causes. In Sarajevo on Friday morning, the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) in […]

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Seven Thousand Persons in BiH still Missing

August 30, 2019 2:00 PM
Seven Thousand Persons in BiH still Missing

As countries all over the world struggle to address the issue of large numbers of missing persons – from conflict, natural disasters, irregular migration and other causes – it is important to remember that an international legal framework has been set in place that lays out the obligations of governments […]

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Sarajevo Airport re-opened for Civil Air Traffic 23 Years Ago

August 29, 2019 8:00 AM
Sarajevo Airport re-opened for Civil Air Traffic 23 Years Ago

After being destroyed during the war 1992-1995, Sarajevo Airport was re-opened for civil air traffic on August 15, 1996. That day had a special meaning for the Airport employees but it also meant that things were getting back to normal in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Immediately after the […]

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City Hall as a Symbol of Resistance to the Aggressor, Today more Beautiful than ever

August 25, 2019 10:00 AM
City Hall as a Symbol of Resistance to the Aggressor, Today more Beautiful than ever

The Sarajevo City Hall, the most beautiful and most representative building from the Austro-Hungarian period, was almost completely destroyed in the fire that followed after the shelling in 1992. It has been 27 years since then, the building was reconstructed, but memories of those days are still vivid. Today we […]

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Two Remains of Victims of Serb Ethnicity found in the area of Jajce

August 8, 2019 8:00 AM
Two Remains of Victims of Serb Ethnicity found in the area of Jajce

In the area of Jajce, at the location of Carevo Polje, the process of exhumation and search for mortal remains of persons missing from the past war is being conducted upon orders of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, respectively. So far, […]

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Croatian President says ‘Operation Storm’ saved Bosnia and Herzegovina

August 3, 2019 1:00 PM
Croatian President says ‘Operation Storm’ saved Bosnia and Herzegovina

President and Armed Forces Supreme Commander Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović said on Thursday that Croatia’s Operation Storm saved Bosnia and Herzegovina and that she would like the neighbouring country never to forget who gave it a hand in the most difficult times. She was speaking at a ceremony at the Defence Ministry on the […]

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