Bosnian Croat Ex-Military Chief Appeals for Acquittal – Balkan Insight

Bosnian Croat Ex-Military Chief Appeals for Acquittal – Balkan Insight


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Bosnian Croat Ex-Military Chief Appeals for Acquittal
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Slobodan Praljak told the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, ICTY in The Hague on Wednesday that he did not participate in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at forcibly creating an expanded Croatian state on the territory of

German embassy unveils robotics center in Bosnia's Tuzla – SeeNews

German embassy unveils robotics center in Bosnia’s Tuzla – SeeNews


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German embassy unveils robotics center in Bosnia’s Tuzla
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SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), March 22 (SeeNews) – The German embassy in Bosnia said on Wednesday it unveiled a center for robotics in the city of Tuzla, which will offer young people a chance to acquire skills in robot programming. The investor …
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6 arrested in Bosnia over suspected migrant smuggling – Washington Post

6 arrested in Bosnia over suspected migrant smuggling – Washington Post


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6 arrested in Bosnia over suspected migrant smuggling
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SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Bosnian authorities say they have detained six people as part of an international investigation into an illegal migrant smuggling ring. Bosnia’s prosecution office said in a statement Wednesday those arrested are
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MGallery by Sofitel to open doors near Bosnia's Sarajevo in Sept … – SeeNews

MGallery by Sofitel to open doors near Bosnia’s Sarajevo in Sept … – SeeNews


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MGallery by Sofitel to open doors near Bosnia’s Sarajevo in Sept …
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SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), March 22 (SeeNews) – Europe’s biggest hotel group AccorHotels and its strategic partner for Eastern Europ.
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6 arrested in Bosnia over suspected migrant smugglingDaily Mail

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MGallery by Sofitel to open doors near Bosnia's Sarajevo in Sept – report – SeeNews

MGallery by Sofitel to open doors near Bosnia’s Sarajevo in Sept – report – SeeNews


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MGallery by Sofitel to open doors near Bosnia’s Sarajevo in Sept – report
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SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), March 22 (SeeNews) – Europe’s biggest hotel group AccorHotels and its strategic partner for Eastern Europe, Orbis Group, will open an 18 million marka ($9.9 million/9.2 million euro) MGallery by Sofitel Tarcin Forest …

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'Flowers for Sarajevo' Commemorates War Through Words, Pictures … – Publishers Weekly

‘Flowers for Sarajevo’ Commemorates War Through Words, Pictures … – Publishers Weekly


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‘Flowers for Sarajevo’ Commemorates War Through Words, Pictures …
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Flowers for Sarajevo, a new picture book by John McCutcheon, has its roots in a senseless tragedy during the Balkan War, which inspired an act of heroism and …

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'Flowers for Sarajevo' Commemorates War Through Words, Pictures, and Music – Publishers Weekly

‘Flowers for Sarajevo’ Commemorates War Through Words, Pictures, and Music – Publishers Weekly


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‘Flowers for Sarajevo‘ Commemorates War Through Words, Pictures, and Music
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Flowers for Sarajevo, a new picture book by John McCutcheon, has its roots in a senseless tragedy during the Balkan War, which inspired an act of heroism and hope on the part of a Bosnian musician. After a May 1992 mortar attack killed 22 people

Bosnian Croat Ex-Defence Chief Appeals Against Conviction – Balkan Insight

Bosnian Croat Ex-Defence Chief Appeals Against Conviction – Balkan Insight


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Bosnian Croat Ex-Defence Chief Appeals Against Conviction
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The joint criminal enterprise intended for it to “either be united with Croatia in case of the disintegration of Bosnia and Herzegovina”, or remain within Bosnia and Herzegovina, “retaining close ties with Croatia”. But Stojic’s lawyer denied the