Genocide in Prijedor (Bosnia)
The prosecutor's office said the arrests were carried out in the area of the western town of Prijedor and described the case as one of the most complex it has pursued since the war.
An estimated 100,000 people are believed to have been killed in the war, the large majority of them Bosniaks.
Archives of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina organized in Sarajevo the exhibition Turkey and First World War on October 29th, on the occasion of the Republic day, the national holiday of Turkey
Majority of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and primarily the Bosniaks, were disappointed because of the Ottoman withdrawal from this area. It is then understandable that after the withdrawal of the Empire, all news from Tsargrad were expected with particular attention.
Washington, D.C.: Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina
We are honored to have Congresswoman Wagner as a member of the Bosnia Caucus. The state of Missouri has the largest Bosnian population outside of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Congresswoman Wagner cares about the issues that are important to her constituents and we look forward to working with her and her staff on issues related to BiH...
"Minnesota has a sizable population of Bosnia Americans and ACBH is honored that Congressman Ellison has joined the Bosnia Caucus. He is familiar with the issues that Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is faced with and we look forward to working with him and his staff in helping BiH on its path towards Euro-Atlantic integration," stated ACBH President, Mirzeta Hadzikadic.
British Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina: Contemplations of a new arrival in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The system can be changed, by constitutional means, if Serb, Bosniak and Croat political leaders are willing to change it. The problem is that the situation suits them. It allows them to offer jobs to their supporters within what is probably the world’s most excessive bureaucracy, who in turn vote them back into office.
The former Croatian Defence Council soldier has not tried to hide his identity in Canberra, and his name has been listed on the electoral roll as far back as 1998.
Extradition proceedings to force Bonic to front Bosnian courts, rather than The Hague, began quietly in the ACT Magistrates Court last week. Bonic, whose name did not appear on public court lists, was held in custody and made no application for bail.