Zuroff: Honours for Deva an insult to memory of his victims

JERUSALEM - The director of Jerusalem-based Simon Wiesenthal Centre, Efraim Zuroff, says the Centre consistently opposes a renovation of the Kosovska Mitrovica house of WWII Nazi collaborationist Xhafer Deva.

In a statement to Tanjug, Zuroff said honours for Deva sent a horrible message to the Kosovo society and were a terrible insult to the memory of his numerous victims.

The whole world is in danger: "We are threatened with a large-scale war"

As he said, overall world circumstances have changed in the last ten years.
"We are all witnessing a very tense atmosphere and mistrust between countries, and this tension is growing and threatens to turn into a large-scale war. Relations have gone backwards, given that they have deteriorated so much," said Patriarch Kirill, reports Sputnik.

Lavrov: "We asked the Americans..."

The United States of America has conveyed through diplomatic channels that it does not want and will not enter into a direct confrontation with Russia.
They also added that they will not send military experts to Ukraine in connection with the delivery of the Patriot air defense system, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. learns: Reports of bombs threats in Belgrade

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, several locations are involved, and investigations are ongoing.
Some media reported that there were 50 bombs in several locations, including: the Embassy of Belarus, the Use Shopping Center, the Student Dorm, two bombs in the KFC on Studentski Trg, nine at the Nikola Tesla Airport, and then at TC Delta City in Jurij Gagarin Street.

Francois Hollande: Erdogan cannot be both with the West and Russia

Former French president Francois Hollande's experience on the International stage is replete with stories. From Putin to Obama or Tsipras, Hollande recorded his memories, with what happened behind the cameras, in a book, which is already a bestseller in France. The former French president spoke exclusively to "TA NEA" newspaper.