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During this war, in July 1995, the Srebrenica massacre occurred in the small mountain town of Srebrenica, located in the east of Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking approximately 8,373 Muslim Bosnians, mainly men and boys, as victims.
During the visit, the delegation of Majlis Al-Shura has met with President of Scholars and Mufti of Islamic chiefdom in Bosnia and Herzegovina Hussein Kauzawvic and a number of Bosnian officials.
There were 10,000 Bosnian refugees in New York in 1995," Dzidzovic said.
SARAJEVO, March 9 (KUNA) -- Croatian authorities released on Friday Fikret Abdic, a former officer of the Bosnian Army, who had spent 11 years in prison for committing crimes against humanity.
SARAJEVO, July 12, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc visited the tomb of the late Bosnian president Alija Izetbegovic in Sarajevo on Monday.
The Bosnian Supplementary School, which meets weekly at Sidney Stringer School
But lately, Bosnians have felt that the EU has been acting poorly, and that local institutions and individuals are contributing more toward re-integration and reconciliation than the EU.
He was one of the first Bosnians to attend Forest Park Community College and eventually earned a Bachelor's degree in computer science from Webster University in 1999, and a MBA from Phoenix University in 2008.
It has been 15 years since 8000 Bosnian men and boys were executed by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The following year, in a referendum, Bosnia-Herzegovina - with its mixed population of Bosnian Muslims, Serbs and Croats - opted for independence.
A DISPLAY of Bosnian art is on display in Birmingham.
Some of the shells were obvious, while with others, only the tip of a cone or a bent fin protruded from the soil to warn the Bosnians to step carefully.
Members of a club for Bosnians in West Yorkshire celebrated its 10th anniversary at an event in Huddersfield.
But the areas where Bosnians suspect Karadzic is hiding are controlled by Italian, French, and German troops, none of whom seem eager to fire their guns.
In 1993, it became a victim of the ethnic hatred and war among Bosnians, Serbs, and Croatians in the former Yugoslavia.