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Journalists’ Association condemns attempt to criminalise media
Feuding Bosnians Look to Turkey’s Erdogan to Mediate Crisis
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (C) and Bosnia presidency member Milorad Dodik (L) meeting in Sarajevo, July 8, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE/FEHIM DEMIR
The Bosnian Serb leader earlier threatened to withdraw all Bosnian Serb officials from state-level institutions and re-establish a Bosnian Serb army, fomenting fresh fears of Bosnia's collapse and of armed conflict.
Viktor Orban’s Visit to Bosnian Serb Strongman Puzzles Observers
Bosnian Serb Strongman May Halt Threatening Moves – US Diplomat
What Does Bosnian Serb Strongman Milorad Dodik Really Want?
Turkish Govt Urged to Speak Out about Bosnia’s Political Crisis
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, and Bosnian presidency members Sefik Dzeferovic, Zeljko Komsic and Milorad Dodik in Belgrade, October 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE/ANDREJ CUKIC.
The NGOs' joint letter also criticised the inaction of the international community and recalled the consequences of the 1990s war in Bosnia.
Moscow Wins Diplomatic Tussle over Bosnia Peacekeeping Troops
Montenegro Arrests Ex-Soldier for Suspected Bosnian War Crimes
Montenegrin Special State Prosecutor Lidija Vukcevic. Photo: PR Centar.
"Bosnia and Herzegovina's Prosecutor's Office transferred this case to the relevant judicial authorities of Montenegro. There is a suspicion that Pekovic was involved in killing two Bonsiaks and raping and sexually abusing civilians in Foca," Vukcevic said.
Yugoslav-Era Admiral, Ally of Tito, Dies of COVID-19
Former Yugoslav Navy Fleet Admiral Branko Mamula in 1977. Photo: Private archive of Branko Mamula.
Born into a Serb family in Croatia in 1921, Mamula became a member of the Communist Party in his youth. At the start of Yugoslavia's involvement in World War II in 1941, he joined the Partisan resistance movement led by Josip Broz Tito.
Turkey marks anniversary of death of Bosnian founder president
Dodik: "If NATO intervenes, we'll ask our friends for help; We will defend ourselves"
Croatian NGO Doubts Violent Pushback Was ‘Individual’ Act
North Macedonia Government Ranks First in Openness index of Western Balkans
According to the latest Openness Index, which ranked the governments and parliaments in four countries from the Western Balkans - North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Government of North Macedonia was ranked first on the list, while the country's Parliament was ranked third, meta.mk reported.