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... to India and Japan, to Rome during the tense years leading up to World War II and after the war to Yugoslavia during the rise of communism.
During the First World War, the future leader of Yugoslavia, young Croat Josip Broz Tito, was a prisoner-of-war in the southern Siberian city of ...

It occurred during the final year of the Bosnian war waged in 1992-95 ... to the war crimes tribunal over the Yugoslav break-up, which Moscow ...
This all came to an end in the 1990s however, when Yugoslavia disintegrated and the region was ravaged by bloody wars fought along ethnic and religious fault ...
Immediately after World War II, there were several show trials of gay men ... in Yugoslavia had adopted an informal position that homosexuality ...

Mladic, 74, has denied 11 war crimes charges, including two of genocide, ... conflicts triggered by the death throes of the former Yugoslavia.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague is one of the few international courts to ever prosecute the crime of ...
FILE PHOTO: Vladimir Lazarevic enters the courtroom of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal in The Hague January 23, 2014. Reuters/Peter ...
The war crimes judgement in the case of Ratko Mladic will be delivered ... Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) announced Wednesday.
The case of the feared military commander dubbed "the Butcher of the Balkans" is the last before the Yugoslav war crimes court set up at the ...
During the Cold War, Josip Broz Tito and Kim Il-sung established a strong diplomatic alliance, as Yugoslavia and North Korea were both ...
The gathering was attended by convicted war criminals Vladimir ... and Nikola Sainovic, former deputy prime minister of Yugoslavia, who have ...
Park Avenue Penthouse, Once Home to Yugoslavia's Ambassador, Hits ... When the country was dissolved in the 1990s following war--it's now ...
After Bosnia split from the former Yugoslavia, the ensuing war tore apart the country's three main ethnic factions: Serbs, Croats and Bosnian ...
war criminals who have served their sentences have become active ... the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to 14 and ...
Belgrade, Zagreb accuse each other of erecting statues to war criminals ... the past and its role in the bloody breakup of the former Yugoslavia.

Built to commemorate the events of World War II, the Dudik Memorial Park in ... Built by Yugoslavia, it had become an unwelcome symbol of the past now that ...
The war of words continues. Catalonia threatens to declare independence; Madrid warns it might revoke Catalonia's far-reaching self-rule.
"Spain is no Yugoslavia, Vojvodina is no Catalonia" .... Kosovo did not claim independence until Years after the war not right after the war.
Serbia, following years of war with neighbors Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s, after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, could be sidling up ...
Serbia's Defence Minister, Aleksandar Vulin, has further angered Croatia by claiming that Croatia's war of independence from Yugoslavia in the ...
Yu-Mex records in Belgrade, Serbia. The mariachi craze took place in the mid-60s, long before the Yugoslav wars that split the country into six ...
Two decades ago thousands of refugees fled war in Yugoslavia and made Sweden their home, where today they are a well-integrated part of ...
During the Cold War, Josip Broz Tito and Kim Il Sung established a strong diplomatic alliance, as Yugoslavia and North Korea were both ...
The war ended in 1995 when the re-equipped Croatian army speedily regained control over the lost territory in a series of lightening offensives.
Tepic, together with another Yugoslav army soldier, refused to surrender to ... if it weren't for the "heroic Croatian war veterans" in stopping him.
Serbia Unveils Controversial Monument to Yugoslav Officer ... killing Croatian soldiers in the process, during the Yugoslav wars that broke out ...
Beginning in the late 1870s, hundreds of immigrants arrived in Tacoma from the Dalmatian coast and mainland of Yugoslavia. Due to the geo-politics of the time, the people were identified as Austrians.
The Cold War-era alliance is looking to grab its third constituent country from the former socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Although opinion polls within Montenegro show a huge split between those in favor of membership and those opposed, this ...
British war hero Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery, 88, died in Alton, Hampshire, England. In 1989, the ... In 1999, NATO launched airstrikes against Yugoslavia, marking the first time in its 50-year existence that it had ever attacked a sovereign country.
Last year, a UN war crimes court convicted former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of genocide and other charges for orchestrating a campaign of terror that left 100,000 people dead during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia. He was sentenced to 40 years in ...
That's a sign that Trump's war with the Intelligence Community may be boomeranging as lawmakers dig deeper into a scandal that threatens to derail the new administration and which portends a potential constitutional crisis.
Borko Vukosav: I was born in 1984, seven years before the wars in Yugoslavia. I was a kid, and I loved the country. How couldn't I? After all, we were told by the Propaganda that Yugoslavia was the best country in the world. Everything was perfect, and ...
The Senator from Kentucky," said John McCain, speaking of his colleague Rand Paul, "is working for Vladimir Putin ... and I do not say that lightly.
Since the end of World War II in 1945, the United States has invaded or conducted military interventions in not fewer than 15 countries: Afghanistan, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Iraq, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Panama, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, ...
Given that the fort had been an important part of the local economy, the townspeople were fighting to have it reopened just as President Roosevelt issued his invitation for 1,000 World War II refugees to come to America. It was kismet. In the end, 982 ...
The statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry on March 22 came a day after the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) released a motion in which Mladic's lawyers said that the 74-year-old's health had significantly ...
The Syrian defector who smuggled out tens of thousands of photos of people allegedly tortured to death in Assad regime jails has spoken out in his first TV ...
Meanwhile NATO, led by the US, is getting ready for more wars, after Yugoslavia (1999), Afghanistan (2001), Iraq (2003), Libya (2011), Syria from 2011 and Ukraine from 2014.
... Ottawa, Faculty of Social sciences (2001). The Gold Medal for Merit of the Republic of Serbia for his writings on NATO's war of aggression on Yugoslavia (2014). Doctor honoris Causa in Humanities, National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, Managua.
Yugoslavia collapsed in the early 1990's, triggering a decade of brutal wars from Croatia to Kosovo. The emergence of seven new - and often mutually antagonistic - states made it clear that regional stability would depend on a new framework, namely ...
1996: UN war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia issues the first indictments for crimes against Serbs, charging three Bosnian Muslims and a Bosnian Croat with murder, torture and rape.
Many Bosnians in St. Louis fled Yugoslavia's brutal civil war in the 1990s and are largely Muslim. That carries particular resonance as the Trump administration tries to block refugees in the name of stopping Islamist terrorism during a conflict that's ...
Similarly, the United Nations passed many resolutions against Yugoslavia and concerning the Bosnian war. In May 1992, the in resolution 752 UN Security Council demanded 'respect of sovereignty and territorial integrity' of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Ethnic Albanians form about one-fourth of Macedonia's population, and have had a rocky relationship with the majority Macedonians since the country gained independence from the former Yugoslavia in 1991. The country narrowly avoided a civil war in 2001 ...
... (nee Living Marxism), I and my colleagues were sued by ITN and two of its journalists over an article we had published three years earlier, questioning ITN's award-winning coverage of Bosnian Serb-run camps during the civil war in the former ...
"The Senator from Kentucky," said John McCain, speaking of his colleague Rand Paul, "is working for Vladimir Putin ... and I do not say that lightly."
The candidates running for the Serbian presidency have avoided discussing the country's role in the 1990s conflicts because they have no interest in post-war ...
Despite suspicion and hostility towards the asylum seekers, many Croatians have rallied around the migrants from war-torn countries including Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.


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