Tag: Yugoslavia

Migrant men wait in line for their lunch in front of an abandoned school dorm, near the center of the western-Bosnian town of Bihac, on July 4, 2018. (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC / AFP) (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/Getty Images)

Bosnia Fears Becoming New Calais as Migrants Surge Across Border

More and more migrants have been flowing across the border into Bosnia in recent months, hoping to cross into Croatia and the European Union, but the numbers may be fueling prior tensions between ethnic and religious groups in the country.

Kosovars celebrate the independence of Kosovo as they displays the contry's new flag in the center of the capital Pristina on February 17, 2008. Kosovo's parliament declared the province's independence from Serbia, giving Europe a new nation and marking an historic turning point in the volatile Balkans. Serbian newspapers in …

Kosovo Moves Decidedly Toward Sovereignty and Independence

The Republic of Kosovo made a move this week to gain broader recognition as President Hashim Thaci announced continuing peace talks with Serbian President Aleksander Vucic in an effort to normalize relations between the two countries.

Fears of Intentional Attack Surround Manhattan Cathedral Fire

Fears of Intentional Attack Surround Manhattan Cathedral Fire

According to an article in the New York Post, some members of the Christian Orthodox community believe the massive fire that destroyed a historic cathedral in Manhattan was set deliberately, as part of an organized attack that destroyed three other churches around the world on Orthodox Easter Sunday.

Paris Attacks

Some Guns Used In Paris Attacks Produced In Ex-Yugoslavia’s Arsenal

BELGRADE, Nov 28 (Reuters) – Some assault rifles used by the Islamic militants in the Nov 13 Paris attacks and later seized in police raids were produced in the former Yugoslavia’s state arsenal, the company’s director said on Saturday. Milojko