02 Mar 15 Sarajevo Plans New Wartime Siege Museum

A park in the city centre has been set aside for the construction of a multimedia museum dedicated to the city’s siege by Bosnian Serb forces between 1992 and 1995.

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26 Feb 15 Bosnia Maps 150 Wartime Detention Sites

A new web database shows 150 detention camps and sites used during the 1990s conflict, part of a project to map all the places where civilian and military prisoners were held in wartime.

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11 Feb 15 Belgrade Plans Monument for Serbian War Victims

Belgrade’s monuments commission said that Serbian victims of the 1990s wars will get a memorial in the capital, after lobbying by refugees who fled the conflict in Croatia.

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05 Feb 15 Serbian Church's Fate in Kosovo in the Balance

The future of a controversial Serbian church in Prishtina, half-finished under the Milosevic regime, hangs in the balance as arguments continue over whether it is an illegal construct.

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27 Jan 15 Montenegro Commemorates Bosnian War Hero

A memorial was held in Podgorica on the anniversary of the death of Srdjan Aleksic, a Serb who was murdered while trying to save his Bosniak friend’s life during the war in 1993.

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27 Jan 15 Bosnia Urged to Criminalise Holocaust Denial

The Bosnian authorities should adopt a law to punish people who deny war crimes such as the Holocaust and the Srebrenica genocide, rights groups urged on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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15 Jan 15 Kosovo Marks Recak Massacre Anniversary

Hundreds of Kosovo Albanians gathered in the village of Recak/Racak to mark the 16th anniversary of the massacre of 44 people by Serbian security forces in 1999.

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15 Jan 15 Bosnian Serbs Urged to Save Visegrad Inferno House

The remains of a house in which dozens of Bosniaks were burned alive in 1992 are set to be destroyed by the Bosnian Serb authorities in Visegrad to order to make way for a new road.

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15 Jan 15 Pro-Yugoslav Montenegrins Oppose ‘Nazi’ Cemetery

Government plans to build a cemetery for German soldiers killed in World War II in Montenegro insult the country's history and anti-fascist traditions, a group of protesters say.

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30 Dec 14 Memorial Mass for Croatian Nazi Slammed as 'Disgrace'

The Simon Wiesenthal Centre has described the memorial mass held in Zagreb for Croatia's wartime Fascist dictator, Ante Pavelic, as an insult to the memory of hundreds of thousands of victims of his regime.

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10 Dec 14 War Criminal Invited to Tudjman Commemoration

The opposition Croatian Democratic Union party invited Branimir Glavas, who is in jail in Bosnia, to events to mark the 15th anniversary of the death of former president Franjo Tudjman.

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08 Dec 14 Macedonia’s New Monuments ‘Fuel Ethnic Divisions’

The country’s recent monument-building spree is a political project intended to boost the government and feeds ethnic and religious tensions, a new report claims.

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05 Dec 14 Serb Cross Above Sarajevo Torn Down

A huge makeshift cross erected above Sarajevo to commemorate Serb victims in the city in the 1990s has been taken down by unknown assailants after it caused anger among Bosniaks.

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04 Dec 14 Croatian Serb Refugees Demand Belgrade Monument

Refugees who fled Croatia during the 1990s war asked the Belgrade authorities to erect a monument dedicated to Serb victims who died during the conflict.

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18 Nov 14 100,000 Croats Remember Fall of Vukovar

Around 100,000 citizens along with entire Croatian political leadership took part this year in commemorations of the fall of the eastern town of Vukovar in 1991 to the Yugoslav Army.

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