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Bosnia & Herzegovina

Croatia Owes Two Billion Euros to the Expelled Serbs

August 15th, 2015  Written by Srdjan Misljenovic Translated by Milan Djurasovic Serbs who were expelled from Croatia during Croatia’s “Operation Storm” have not yet collected compensation for their seized and destroyed property. They now want to give what they are owed to Obama and Merkel. Serbs who were forcibly expelled from the Croatia decided […]

Why is Bosnia Important to Russia?

July 30th, 2015 By: Stevan Gajic, edited by Joaquin Flores from Together with Serbian Krajina (territory in today’s Croatia) Bosnia and Herzegovina represents the western part of the Serbian ethnic map, which in practice means it is the most western territory compactly inhabited by Eastern-Orthodox Christian Slavs. Bosnia’s proximity to the Mediterranean basin and […]

Russia Vetoes UN Srebrenica Genocide Resolution

July 8th, 2015 translated and amalgamated by: Joaquin Flores Denis Dzidic, Balkan Insight : Russia voted down a UN  Security Council resolution marking the 20th anniversary of  the Srebrenica massacres, calling it anti-Serb and saying it would increase tensions in Bosnia. The resolution condemning the 1995 Srebrenica massacres as genocide failed to pass on Wednesday after Serbia’s ally Russia, which has […]

Ibran Mustafic: We were killing our own people in Srebrenica

July 8th, 2015 – from There Must be Justice‘ –  In light of today’s push-back and veto from Russia on the US & England’s proposed Security Council resolution on the ‘Genocide’ definition of the ‘Srebrenica Massacre’, we republish the below, originally from 2008. – Joaquin Flores  A sensational confession of Ibran Mustafic, Bosniak war veteran […]