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Balkan nations confront influx of migrants and EU indifference

Balkan nations confront influx of migrants and EU indifference

Recently, a bus convoy of 270 migrants coming from war-torn and poverty-stricken countries of Asia, Africa and the Middle East to central Bosnia-Herz ...

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Video: convict kills himself in courtroom

Video: convict kills himself in courtroom

Upon hearing the verdict at the Hague Tribunal on Wednesday that found him guilty of crimes against humanity, former Bosnian Croat military chief Slo ...

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Accused terrorist says 20 thousand jihadis ready in Europe

Accused terrorist says 20 thousand jihadis ready in Europe

According to a statement by the Department of Justice, an indictment was unsealed on Tuesday accusing Mirsad Kandic, 36, a legal permanent ...

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Italy, don't give a peace prize to Bosnian Grand Mufti Ceric

Italy, don't give a peace prize to Bosnian Grand Mufti Ceric

The decision by Italy’s Ducci Foundation to award Grand Mufti Ceri¿ its peace prize for his contribution to reconciliation in Bosnia-Herzegovina has sparked a wave of protests from those opposed to his divisive and provocative statements.

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Bosnia Finally Has New Prime Minister

Bosnia's parliament has voted in economist Vjekoslav Bevanda as prime minister, 15 months after general elections.

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Bosnia War Victims Praise New Jolie Film

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie's directorial debut, "In The Land Of Blood And Honey," has been controversial in Bosnia-Herzegovina for months. The film tells the story of an ethnically mixed couple that is torn apart by the country's civil war. Initially, victims' groups ...

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Security Council hears of political stagnation

Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to stagnate politically mainly because of politicians? reluctance to compromise and engage in dialogue, as well as their tendency to abuse the system, even as State institutions face functional and economic pressure that has undermined their efficiency, the Security ...

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Bosnia Jails Islamists For Planning Attacks

A court in Bosnia has jailed three radical Islamists for up to 4 1/2 years for planning attacks in the Balkan country in 2007-2008.

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Bosnia Arrests Fourth Suspect Over U.S. Embassy Attack

Bosnian police have reportedly conducted raids and made one arrest today as part of a probe into a recent attack on the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo.

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In Bosnia, U.S. Embassy Shooting Resurrects Old Fears

In Sarajevo, Irma Maric's Friday afternoon was shattered by gunfire. She describes watching a brazen 30-minute rifle assault carried out by a suspected Islamist on the U.S. embassy unfold from her office window:

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