The United Food and Commercial Workers Locals 431 and 1149 decided to support Kajtazovic because “she understands better than anyone the concerns of Iowa's working families,” and “She shares the experience of arriving to Iowa as an immigrant with many of our members.”
The Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada on the occasion of –
20 years since the destruction of the Old Bridge in Mostar
On this day 20 years ago, the famous Old Bridge in Mostar was destroyed by the Croatian Defence Council. It was built between 1557 - 1566, by a Turkish builder named Hayruddin. After years of renovation, the « new-old bridge » was unveiled in 2004 and became a UNESCO the World Heritage site.
Statement of the Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada
Victims of aggression and genocide are once again being reversed. The new Census results can be of a prelude to a referendum for secession of the smaller entity. The consequences of such results can be a new war and the disintegration of the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bashaer Othman took over the local administration during a day. Back in 2012, she was also mayor for two months. Exactly the same day she turned 16 years old, a Palestinian girl called Bashaer Othman became the youngest minister in the world. On Thursday she directed the Local Administration Ministry in the West Bank, even if only for a day, when the minister responsible, Ehab Besaisso, visited her village.
CNAB - IGC: Historic ruling by the Netherlands’ Supreme Court
The Congress of North American Bosniaks and the Institute for Genocide Research Canada encourages all genocide victims to seek legal action against, not only the Dutch government, but also the United Nations for knowingly failing to protect the civilians of the UN protected zones in Srebrenica and Zepa. The government of Bosnia and Herzegovina must also leverage this ruling to seek further justice and liability damages in the international courts.