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23 Jun 16 Serbia Row Rumbles on Over Axed Diplomat

Serbia's now former ambassador to the EU and the country's Foreign Ministry are continuing to row over the reasons for his sacking.

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23 Jun 16 Bosnia MPs Try to Change Mostar's Ustasa Street Names

Bosnian MPs have started a procedure to change the names of three streets in Mostar commemorating leaders of the Croatian Fascist Ustasa movement - but with no city council in place, it may prove difficult.

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14 Jun 16 Montenegro Minister Accused of Undermining Cyrillic

Opposition party says it will seeks education minister's resignation because of what it calls discrimination against the Cyrillic script in schools.

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13 Jun 16 Izetbegovic Honours Bosnian Serb Victims at Kazani

Bakir Izetbegovic, chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and a delegation of the Party of Democratic Action, SDA, laid flowers and paid respect to Bosnian Serbs killed at Kazani locality.

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03 Jun 16 Sarajevo Siege History Becomes Tourist Attraction

More than 20 years after the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, tourists visiting Sarajevo are most interested in the city’s siege, the longest in modern history.

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31 May 16 ‘White Ribbon Day’ Commemorates Killed Bosnian Children

Several hundred people gathered in Prijedor to remember May 31, 1992, when the Bosnian Serb authorities ordered all non-Serbs to mark their houses with white flags or sheets.

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30 May 16 Serbian Parties Row Over Monument to Djindjic

Members of the Democratic Party have denounced the Serbian Prime Minister's plan to erect a monument to the former Prime Minister assassinated in 2003.

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25 May 16 Massacre Victims Remembered in Tuzla, Bosnia

People in Tuzla commemorated the 21st anniversary of a Bosnian Serb attack that killed 71 and injured 120, while the commander convicted of ordering the strike continued to contest the verdict.

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23 May 16 Albanian Statue Mystery Sparks Row in Macedonia

Long-promised monuments to prominent Albanians were unexpectedly erected after dark in the Macedonian capital Skopje at the weekend, causing a spat between municipalities.

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20 May 16 Croatian Culture Minister Visits Controversial 1990s Memorial

Culture minister Zlatko Hasanbegovic visited a memorial to a 1990s unit named after a WWII Nazi-allied commander, saying it was only controversial to people who don’t respect war veterans.

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04 May 16 Thousands Mark Tito’s Death Anniversary in Serbia

Thirty-six years after Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito died, several thousand of his admirers paid tribute to him in Belgrade and remembered what they believe were better times.

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23 Apr 16 Croatia Govt Criticised at WWII Death Camp Commemoration

Anti-fascists held an alternative memorial for victims of the Jasenovac concentration camp after boycotting the state ceremony, accusing officials of downplaying the Croatian WWII Nazi-allied regime’s crimes.

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14 Apr 16 Nazi-Hunter Condemns ‘Fascist Nostalgia’ in Croatia

The chief Nazi-hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Centre, a prominent Jewish human-rights organisation, has again warned that Croatia has problems with what he called ‘fascist nostalgia’.

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07 Apr 16 Israeli Diplomat Slams Croatian Concentration Camp Film

Israel’s ambassador to Zagreb condemned a controversial Croatian film about the Jasenovac concentration camp, run by the country’s WWII Nazi-allied regime, saying it was offensive to victims’ families.

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07 Apr 16 Belgrade Activists Remember Bosnian War Victims

On the 24th anniversary of the beginning of 1992-95 Bosnian war, Serbian human rights activists staged a commemoration in Belgrade to honour the victims.

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