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The Srebrenica massacre – the worst war crime in Europe since 1945

The Bosnian Serb forces committed genocide. They stripped all the male Muslim prisoners, military and civilian, elderly and young, of their personal belongings and identification.

By VERNON BOGDANOR
26/07/2020

Bosnia mark 25 years since Srebrenica massacre that shocked the world

Nine newly identified victims were buried at a flower-shaped cemetery near the town, where tall white tombstones mark the graves of 6,643 other victims.

By REUTERS
12/07/2020
Woman prays at the Srebrenica Massacre memorial

Remembering and honoring the victims of the Srebrenica genocide

We, the Jewish people, still suffering from open wounds of the Holocaust, could have done more to draw the world’s attention to what happened at Srebrenica.

By ASHER LEVINE
08/07/2020

Bosnian Catholic cardinal plans to honor Nazi collaborators in memorial

In recent years, commemorations of Nazi collaborators, including state and church officials, have become commonplace in Eastern Europe, where many regard them as patriots who fought Soviet domination

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
14/05/2020

Bosnian gov’t stops illegal sale of nuclear-usage material to Iran

Illicit export slated to go through Turkish and Pakistani companies

Synagogue in the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo

Bosnian Jews, Muslims recall lesson in tolerance as extremism rises globally

Bosnia's Jews and Muslims on Thursday marked the bicentenary of the rescue of a dozen Jews from an Ottoman-era governor's jail.

By REUTERS
07/11/2019

How the genocide in Bosnia shaped Samantha Power

Samantha Power’s experience in the war zone would inadvertently lead years later to a cabinet role.

By HAMZA KARCIC
26/10/2019
TOM LANTOS

How American Jewish legislators supported Bosnian Muslims

The story of the American Jewish support for Bosnia is a fascinating but understudied aspect of the international response to the war.

By HAMZA KARCIC
01/09/2019
President Rivlin with Ambassador Dusko Kovacevic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Rivlin makes ‘official request’ for Sarajevo Haggada

President Rivlin received diplomatic credentials from the new ambassadors of the UK, Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Equatorial Guinea and Bulgaria.

 Kurdish-led militiamen ride atop military vehicles as they celebrate victory over Islamic State

Bosnia brings back, detains Islamic fighter from Syria

Bosnia's state court has tried and convicted 46 people who have returned from Syria or Iraq in the past few years.

By REUTERS
20/04/2019
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