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d13Hoare 100%

Thus, we get passages such as this one, concerning the involvement of the Islamic world in the ‘Bosnian jihad’ of the 1990s:


fifteen-years-on-the-frontline 62%

The ruins of Sarajevo’s National Library following the Bosnian Serb bombardment of the Bosnian capital, May 1993.  REUTERS/DANILO KRSTANOVIC CONTENTS 1 PRESIDENT’S PREFACE 4 15 YEARS COVERING THE FRONTLINES 10 “A GOLDEN STICK WITH WHICH TO BEAT US” 15 LONDON, AND A TRAGIC SETBACK 17 OPEN FOR BUSINESS:


ii Network Skripal 10.09.18 Part1 55%

given how Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian are mutually intelligible (not only that, but are rather dialects of the same language), there is a little bit of back and forth but mostly originating from Serbia.


arkan war crime charges 55%

The indictment alleged that, as the Bosnian forces (“ABiH”) neared Sanski Most in September 1995, a state of panic set in among the Serb civilians and soldiers and many continued to flee in the direction of Banja Luka.


Balkans Trip Report SBL 37%

Albanian speaking staff. Bosnian cluster:


d2Hoare-1 36%

Although the Bosnian genocide of the 1990s is universally recognised in the West (except by lunatic revisionist elements), the complicity of the British, French and Dutch governments has not been condemned by the European Parliament.


The Muslim World Denouncing Terrorism 36%

about ISIS, and supports justice for the victims…/ Bosnian reisu-l-ulema (highest Muslim clerical authority in the country) issued a statement:


UkraineCrisis 32%

During NATO’s 1995 bombing campaign against the Bosnian Serbs, for example, Russian President Boris Yeltsin said, “This is the first sign of what could happen when NATO comes right up to the Russian Federation’s borders.


The Dartmouth Review 2.27.2009 Volume 28, Issue 13 30%

Those of note were “Say It,” a monologue performed from the perspective of one of the Japanese “comfort women” during World War II and a monologue performed from the perspective of a Bosnian woman who was subjected to “rape camps” during the Bosnian War.