Balkans

Serb Republic marks 22 years since it was founded

B92 10 January 2014

He called on Serbs in Bosnia-Herzegovina "to remain faithful to God and their religion." Following a liturgy he served to mark RS Day and Feast of St. Stephen (Stefan), its

 

Prayers for Erdogan to Be Held across Bosnia

Novinite.com 6 January 2014

Prayers in support of embattled Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan are planned for Friday across Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the Anatolian Agency. According to the

 

The European crusade against Christianity

The Voice of Russia 16 December 2013
By Milena Faustova

The Christian civilization is in great danger. Today about 100 million followers of the teachings of Jesus Christ are being persecuted. People are suffering or sometimes even

 

No Al Waqf Al Islami donations in Bulgaria: Grand Mufti

FOCUS 16 December 2013

District Court in the Bulgarian town of Pazardzhik heard one of the witnesses and a conclusion of an expert’s analyses in connection with the trial on radical Islam in

 

Bulgaria District Court to hold new sitting on radical Islam trial in January

FOCUS 16 December 2013

Pazardzhik District Court will hold a new sitting on radical Islam trial in, Radio FOCUS - Pazardzhik informed. The court took into consideration today written evidence in the

 

LARS VILKS calendar 2014 IS AVAILABLE

Free Speech Europe EN 16 December 2013

It’s Christmas time! Will also soon be New Year!

Delight your friends with this year's hottest Christmas Gift - at the same time supporting the freedom of expression in every corner of the world.

 

Turkish PM says territories of Balkan countries belong to Turkey

Focus News 13 December 2013

Skopje. Greece rose to its feet as it reacted to comments made by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that the Turkish territory included the Greek part of Thrace,

 

Minister reacts to threats from Wahhabis

B92 13 December 2013

BELGRADE -- Minister of Trade Rasim Ljajiæ has reacted to the threats voiced by a Novi Pazar-based member of the Islamic Wahhabi movement, Mirza Ganiæ. Ljajiæ told the

 
 

Islamic fundamentalism is widely spread

WZB 12 December 2013

WZB study shows significantly high numbers amongst Europe’s Muslims. Religious fundamentalism is not a marginal phenomenon in Western Europe.

 

Bosnian ambassador says his country "won't recognize Kosovo"

B92 11 December 2013

BELGRADE -- Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina still have a number of issues to resolve, such as borders and succession, says Ranko Škrbiæ. But Bosnia's newly-appointed

 

Hundreds of Bosnian war criminals to be released and retried

TheJournal.ie 9 December 2013

HUNDREDS OF CONVICTED Bosnian war criminals are set to be released and retried under a more lenient criminal code in a bid to rectify a legal error. The move has outraged

 

Bosnian Court Won't Re-Arrest War Criminals

ABC News 6 December 2013

A Bosnian court is rejecting a request from prosecutors to re-arrest nine Bosnian Serbs convicted of war crimes but released because of procedural errors. The court ruled

 

Leader Of Bosnia's Muslim-Croat Federation Indicted For Abuse Of Power

Radio Free Europe 4 December 2013

The president of the Muslim-Croat federation, one of the autonomous regions of Bosnia-Herzegovina, has been indicted on charges of abuse of office. Zivko Budimir is the

 

Leader Of Bosnia's Muslim-Croat Federation Indicted For Abuse Of Power

Radio Free Europe 28 November 2013

The president of the Muslim-Croat federation, one of the autonomous regions of Bosnia-Herzegovina, has been indicted on charges of abuse of office. Zivko Budimir is the

 

Money from Vienna allegedly sent to finance Islamic extremist fighters training centres in Bosnia

Fighters for different wars around the globe were trained in three remote Bosnian villages, reports Glas Srpske, the paper in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

Hardship, misery across the Balkans for refugees

The Daily Star 25 November 2013
By Jovana Gec

HARMANLI, Bulgaria: Idriss Hasan, his wife and their three children fled the carnage of the Syrian war, hoping to find peace and safety in western Europe. Instead, they are

 

Bulgaria expelling 30 refugees, some suspected of ‘terrorist links’

The Sofia Globe 25 November 2013
By Clive Leviev-Sawyer

Thirty out of the thousands of refugees in Bulgaria are being expelled because they are threats of national security, in the case of seven because they are suspected of links

 

Bosnian US embassy attacker gets 15-year jail term

GlobalPost 21 November 2013

In a retrial a Bosnian court on Wednesday sentenced a Muslim to 15 years in prison for an "act of terrorism" after firing dozens of shots at the US embassy in Sarajevo in

 

Dutch foreign minister 'astounded' by Bosnian war criminal release

DutchNews.nl 21 November 2013

Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans is 'astounded' at the decision by the Bosnian authorities to release 10 men convicted of war crimes pending a re-trial. 'I was

 
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