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Bosnian Genocide memorial
In April 1992, the government of the Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina declared its independence from Yugoslavia. Over the next several years, Bosnian Serb forces, with the backing of the Serb-dominated Yugoslav army, targeted both Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) and Croatian civilians for atrocious crimes resulting in the deaths of some 100,000 people (80 percent Bosniak) by 1995. It was the worst act of genocide since the Nazi regime’s destruction of some 6 million European Jews during World War II.


In the aftermath of the Second World War, the Balkan states of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia became part of the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia. After the death of longtime Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito in 1980, growing nationalism among the different Yugoslav republics threatened to split their union apart. This process intensified after the mid-1980s with the rise of the Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, who helped foment discontent between Serbians in Bosnia and Croatia and their Croatian, Bosniak and Albanian neighbors. In 1991, Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia declared their independence; during the war in Croatia that followed, the Serb-dominated Yugoslav army supported Serbian separatists there in their brutal clashes with Croatian forces.

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In 2001, Serbian General Radislav Krstic, who played a major role in the Srebrenica massacre was convicted of genocide and sentenced to 46 years in prison.

In Bosnia, Muslims represented the largest single population group by 1971. More Serbs and Croats emigrated over the next two decades, and in a 1991 census Bosnia’s population of some 4 million was 44 percent Bosniak, 31 percent Serb, and 17 percent Croatian. Elections held in late 1990 resulted in a coalition government split between parties representing the three ethnicities (in rough proportion to their populations) and led by the Bosniak Alija Izetbegovic. As tensions built inside and outside the country, the Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and his Serbian Democratic Party withdrew from government and set up their own “Serbian National Assembly.” On March 3, 1992, after a referendum vote (which Karadzic’s party blocked in many Serb-populated areas), President Izetbegovic proclaimed Bosnia’s independence.

Far from seeking independence for Bosnia, Bosnian Serbs wanted to be part of a dominant Serbian state in the Balkans–the “Greater Serbia” that Serbian separatists had long envisioned. In early May 1992, two days after the United States and the European Community (precursor to the European Union) recognized Bosnia’s independence, Bosnian Serb forces with the backing of Milosevic and the Serb-dominated Yugoslav army launched their offensive with a bombardment of Bosnia’s capital, Sarajevo. They attacked Bosniak-dominated town in eastern Bosnia, including Zvornik, Foca, and Visegrad, forcibly expelling Bosniak civilians from the region in a brutal process that later was identified as “ethnic cleansing.” (Ethnic cleansing differs from genocide in that its primary goal is the expulsion of a group of people from a geographical area and not the actual physical destruction of that group, even though the same methods–including murder, rape, torture and forcible displacement–may be used.)

Though Bosnian government forces tried to defend the territory, sometimes with the help of the Croatian army, Bosnian Serb forces were in control of nearly three-quarters of the country by the end of 1993, and Karadzic’s party had set up their own Republika Srpska in the east. Most of the Bosnian Croats had left the country, while a significant Bosniak population remained only in smaller towns. Several peace proposals between a Croatian-Bosniak federation and Bosnian Serbs failed when the Serbs refused to give up any territory. The United Nations (U.N.) refused to intervene in the conflict in Bosnia, but a campaign spearheaded by its High Commissioner for Refugees provided humanitarian aid to its many displaced, malnourished and injured victims.

By the summer of 1995, three towns in eastern Bosnia–Srebrenica, Zepa and Gorazde–remained under control of the Bosnian government. The U.N. had declared these enclaves “safe havens” in 1993, to be disarmed and protected by international peacekeeping forces. On July 11, however, Bosnian Serb forces advanced on Srebrenica, overwhelming a battalion of Dutch peacekeeping forces stationed there. Serbian forces subsequently separated the Bosniak civilians at Srebrenica, putting the women and girls on buses and sending them to Bosnian-held territory. Some of the women were raped or sexually assaulted, while the men and boys who remained behind were killed immediately or bussed to mass killing sites. Estimates of Bosniaks killed by Serb forces at Srebrenica range from around 7,000 to more than 8,000.

After Bosnian Serb forces captured Zepa that same month and exploded a bomb in a crowded Sarajevo market, the international community began to respond more forcefully to the ongoing conflict and its ever-growing civilian death toll. In August 1995, after the Serbs refused to comply with a U.N. ultimatum, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) joined efforts with Bosnian and Croatian forces for three weeks of bombing Bosnian Serb positions and a ground offensive. With Serbia’s economy crippled by U.N. trade sanctions and its military forces under assault in Bosnia after three years of warfare, Milosevic agreed to enter negotiations that October. The U.S.-sponsored peace talks in Dayton, Ohio in November 1995 (which included Izetbegovic, Milosevic and Croatian President Franjo Tudjman) resulted in the creation of a federalized Bosnia divided between a Croat-Bosniak federation and a Serb republic.

Though the international community did little to prevent the systematic atrocities committed against Bosniaks and Croats in Bosnia while they were occurring, it did actively seek justice against those who committed them. In May 1993, the U.N. Security Council created the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) at The Hague, Netherlands. It was the first international tribunal since the Nuremberg Trials in 1945-46 and the first to prosecute genocide, among other war crimes. Radovan Karadzic and the Bosnian Serb military commander, General Ratko Mladic, were among those indicted by the ICTY for genocide and other crimes against humanity.

Over the better part of the next two decades, the ICTY charged more than 160 individuals of crimes committed during conflict in the former Yugoslavia. Brought before the tribunal in 2002 on charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, Slobodan Milosevic served as his own defense lawyer; his poor health led to long delays in the trial until he was found dead in his prison cell in 2006. In 2007, the International Court of Justice issued its ruling in a historic civil lawsuit brought by Bosnia against Serbia. Though the court called the massacre at Srebrenica genocide and said that Serbia “could and should” have prevented it and punished those who committed it, it stopped short of declaring Serbia guilty of the genocide itself.
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Serbian special forces (SAJ, PTJ, Gendarmerie)

A members of Serbian special police unit secures an area around private houses in central Serbian town of Arandjelovac on December 12, 2008. Serbian police carried out searches in a spa town south of Belgrade on Friday as part of the hunt for Bosnian Serb war crime fugitive Ratko Mladic, prosecutors said. AFP PHOTO / ALEKSANDAR STANKOVIC SERBIA OUT (Photo credit should read Aleksandar Stankovic/AFP/Getty Images) AFP/Getty Images — with Jomver Orbeso.
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RANDOM NOTES Volume 4, Number 32 * March 27-April 2, 2006

UNIVERSE.  Lt. Col. Marcos Pontes has become the first Brazilian to go into space after a successful launch aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket from Baykonur. He will spend nine days on the ISS while a Russian and a US colleague accompanying him will stay for six months.  Col. Pontes took with him a Brazilian flag and a football shirt--to help his team in the World Cup. 
WORLD.  The total eclipse of the Sun finished its journey across the globe this week, in sunset along Mongolia's northern border.  Skywatchers marveled as they caught a glimpse of the "ultimate astronomical show". As the spectacle passed overhead, witnesses prayed, cheered and clapped. The eclipse took over three hours to sweep a narrow corridor across the Atlantic.
INDIA.  Village elders have ordered a Muslim man in West Bengal to leave his wife after he accidentally divorced her in his sleep. Aftab Ansari uttered the Urdu word for divorce, talaq, three times in his sleep, prompting his wife to discuss the matter with her friends. Under Islamic law, a husband need only say "I divorce you" three times to secure an end to his marriage.
IRAN.  Three earthquakes and aftershocks rattled the country one after another this week, flat-tening villages and sending people into the streets.  Seventy people were killed, l,400 wounded, and l5,000 rendered homeless. The magnitude of the primary quake was around 6.0.  The quakes centered in Borujerd and Doroud, two cities about 210 miles southwest of Teheran.
JAMAICA.  Ms. Portia Simpson Miller was sworn in this week as first female prime minister. World leaders attended her inauguration in Kingston.  Ms. Simpson Miller, 60, took over from Prime Minister, PJ Patterson, who had been in power for the past fourteen years.  She said Jamaica should stop worrying about her gender and concentrate on the island's problems. 
PHILIPPINES. Cebu Pacific Inc. is offering seats on domestic flights for Pl.00 ($0.20) in a bid to boost sales. Around 50,000 seats are on sale this week at the price, which does not include taxes and surcharges.  The tickets can be used between June 20 and Oct. l8.  The company also recently marked ten years with a promotional sale of 154,000 seats at P10.00 ($2.00) each. 
SUDAN.  Ten of the 22 heads of state in the Arab League skipped the annual summit this week, in a snub of this year’s host country.  The USA had asked Arab allies to stay away as a show of disapproval of the host, which has been resisting UN attempts to deploy peacekeepers to its war-torn Darfur region.  The summit did not reach an agreement on what to do about Darfur.
VATICAN.  Thousands of people gathered in Rome this week to mark the first anniversary of the death of Pope John Paul II with an evening prayer vigil. Pope Benedict XVI blessed the candlelit event in St. Peter's Square at 2l37 local time the exact time of his predecessor's death. Bells also rang out in John Paul's homeland Poland to mark the solemn anniversary. 
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ARTS.  Over 1,500 volunteers shed their clothes on a Caracas avenue in Venezuela this week to pose for American photographer Spencer Tunick, in front of a national symbol: a statue of independence hero Simon Bolivar. For the volunteers, being part of Tunick's art meant letting go of inhibitions and enduring a two-hour series of uncomfortable positions on the pavement.
BUSINESS. Bidders in an internet auction are offering over $15,600 for a wartime German encoding machine, similar to the ones whose messages were cracked by British code breakers in WWII. The portable Enigma encryption machine made in 1941 has a keyboard and a series of rotors designed to scramble messages.  It is up for sale on internet auction site, eBay.
CRIME.  Two men suspected of smuggling cocaine to New York from Mexico inside statues of the Virgin Mary were arrested this week.  Peter Matheis, 52, and Rafael Serrano, 36, both Mexican nationals, were indicted in New York and Houston respectively on money-laundering and narcotics charges along with six others arrested previously in the United States.ENVIRONMENT.  There is growing evidence of a link between global warming and natural disasters such as droughts and flooding, the head of the World Meteorological Organization said this week. The WMO said that greenhouse gases including carbon dioxide--blamed for global warming and climate change--had reached their highest levels in the atmosphere nowadays.HEALTH.  Fish is a high-protein food that is lower in fat than other sources of animal protein, but is rich in heart-healthy Omega-3 that help regulate blood clotting and reduce fat build-up in the arteries.  Recent medical research shows that regular consumption of fish can lower the risk of hyper-tension, stroke and cardiac arrest.  Eating fish helps maintain cardiovascular health.
LAW.  A Swedish court has imposed a 20,000 kronor ($2,600) fine on a woman kennel owner who refused to sell a puppy to a lesbian.  The kennel owner had initially been willing to sell the woman a puppy but changed her mind when she found out that the woman was living with a lesbian partner.  The Nacka District Court outside Stockholm issued the ruling this week.
LIFESTYLE.  South Korean men in rural areas are having a tough time wooing local women with prospects of spending a lifetime with them on the farm and are increasingly turning to bro-kers to find foreign brides.  In 2005, more than one in three men in rural areas married a women from overseas, mostly from China or Vietnam, figures released this week by NSO showed. 
POLITICS.  The EU will continue talks on closer ties with Serbia after a positive report from UN war crimes prosecutor Carla del Ponte.  Ms Del Ponte said there had been progress in Belgrade's co-operation in the hunt for fugitive Ratko Mladic. The EU had said it would disrupt talks on closer ties with Belgrade unless the former Bosnian Serb commander was arrested.
RELIGION.  Roman Catholic Church leaders in Burundi have told their priests not to conduct wedding ceremonies for people who are HIV positive. Couples have to give an HIV test certificate to the officiating priests. AIDS activists said this is discriminatory. Guidelines in a booklet issued by the church authorities also forbid church weddings for pregnant women. 
SPORTS.  Tanzania's Commonwealth Games team has returned home with two medals, but without two boxers who have gone missing in Australia.  The twosome's behavior has shocked their teammates and relatives as they are the first athletes to disappear while representing their country. They disappeared just before the team were about to board their flight back home. 
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TECHNOLOGY.  Japanese mobile phone users can now watch digital TV on compatible mobile phones for the first time. The service is not the world's first, but it has the potential to be the big-gest, by reaching more subscribers than in any other country.  Japan's 90 million mobile phone users can already play the video games, send emails and check websites on tiny handsets. TRAVEL.  Fifty-seven bodies have been recovered in the Persian Gulf off Bahrain after a cruise boat carrying 126 people capsized this week.  Sixty-eight people were rescued while one remains missing.  The boat was not licensed to sail as a pleasure cruiser, officials have said.  It was registered as a fishing boat and had permission only for its use as a floating restaurant.QUOTES.  "As iron sharpens iron, so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend." Proverbs 27:17… “No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new heaven to the human spirit.”Helen Adams Keller… "Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it, a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not." Henry Fielding
FLASHBACKS.   Swiss Protestants in Strassbourg and Constance signed the First Helvetic Confession, on March 27, 1536...  The Knights of Columbus was chartered for Catholic men, on March 29, 1882… 53rd Academy Awards: Ordinary People, Robert De Niro, Sissy Spacek, won on March 31, 1981… The first test flight of Fokker 70 (in Amsterdam), on April 2, 1993.
MILESTONES. Lydia P. Felipe, Wilfredo Ramos – March 27; Ofelia M. Ibanez,  Numeriano B. Joves, Priscilla A. Viesta – March 29; Imelda D. Carreon – March 30; Analyn S. Baui, Tess de Jesus – March 31; Jun P. Gorospe, Leilani T. Madiam, Clarita V. Palad – April 1; Francisco C. Dalisay, Roberto R. Jones, Mario Retuta, Leonora V. Sevilla, Domingo Zonita – April 2.
JOKES.  "You have two choices in life: you can stay single and be miserable, or get married and wish you were dead." W. W. Renwick… "For those who may not know this: When the preacher says, 'You may now kiss the bride,' he is only speaking to the groom." David Gunter… “Why do most men die before their wives?” “Because they want to.” Geoff Tibbals.
FEEDBACKS. “Our international marketing head may visit Philippines to meet you and your team. Please inform which month is suitable with you for discussions on mutual interest and cooperation.” Muhammad Mossa, Pakistan… More comments from: Cristina Marquinez – Finland;  Editha Dizon, Rachel Porteros – France; Gilad Gilboa – Israel; Lourdes Mangila – Italy; Thore Brastein – Norway; Carlito Chan – Philippines; Patrick Soh – Singapore.
LIGHTER SIDE.  A bored housewife was so fed up of her husband’s low sex drive--she joined a brothel. The 58-year-old German woman was so desperate to have more sex she enrolled at a vice den.  She now gets paid for sex romps whenever she's in the mood.  She said: "I like sex a lot, but my husband has no appetite for it anymore and does it only once a year.” -fpg@rn
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Islamic Killer Our Hero General Ratko Mladic
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29. LIPNJA- Sveti PETAR I PAVAO, apostoli i mucenici (

Autor Djela apostolskih, prenoseci mucenistvo svetoga Stjepana biljezi: "Svjedoci odlozise haljine do nogu mladica koji se zvao Savao." I dalje: "Savao je pristao da se Stjepan smakne."
Taj je mladic Savao, dakle, bio uvjereni i okrutni protivnik krscana: bijase rodjen u Tarzu, od plemena Benjaminova, ali naturalizirani Rimljanin te ucenik rabina Gamalijela. No, taj mladic nije dugo nastavio gajiti ovakve strasne osjecaje.
Jednoga dana , dok je putovao u Damask, kako bi ondje izvrsio nebrojeno po redu poslanje protiv Kristovih nasljedovatelja, u blizini toga grada pogodila ga je bljestava munja, zbacila s konja i oslijepila ga, pa je zacuo glas: "Savle, Savle, zasto me progonis?" A on je, prestrasen, uzvratio: "Tko si Gospodine?" Glas mu je odgovorio: "Ja sam Isus, kojega ti progonis. Ustani sada i podji u grad; ondje ce ti biti receno sto ti je ciniti".
Iskustvo iz Damaska bilo je presudno za toga mladica: Savao, progonitelj, postaje Pavao, jedan od najrevnijih i najneumornijih misionara krscanstva, kao i jedan od najprosvjetljenijih tumaca Kristove poruke.

Postavsi clanom damascanske krscanske zajednice, u kojoj je primio krstenje, smjesta je posao po sinagogama propovijedati kako onaj isti Isus, kojega je onako zestoko progonio, nije nitko drugi doli Bozji Sin, Masija, Spasitelj kojega svi iscekuju: sam je, naime, na sebi osjetio Njegovu spasonosnu moc. Mnogi su povjerovali njegovim rijecima i svjedocanstvu. Bilo je, naravno, i onih koji ga nisu zeljeli u svojoj sredini radi njegove proslosti. Djela apostolska nam prenose kako su takvi danonocno vrebali na gradskim vratima ne bi li ga ugrabili, ali su ga ucenici spasili prebacivsi ga u kosari preko gradskih zidina.
Pavao se nakon toga povlaci u Jeruzalem, odakle zapocinje niz misijskih putovanja (ukupno cetiri, ili cak pet), zahvaljujuci kojima ce, tragom svoga narocita poziva, Evandjelje donijeti medju pogane grcko-rimskoga svijeta.
Pavlova je rijec snazna, njegova misao jasna i precizna, a vjernicko svjedocanstvo uvjerljivo. Gdje god se pojavi, nicu krscanske zajednice: Antiohija, Efez, Galacija, Korint, Atena, Kreta, Filipi, Solun, Kolosi.....
Ponekad je, medjutim, rijec Bozja, kao u evandjeoskoj prispodobi, znala pasti i na kamenito tlo. Dogodilo se to primjerice u Ateni. Tamosnji su umnici Pavla, privuceni zanimljivom novinom njegova nauka, pozvali ga u areopag neka ondje produbi svoju misao. Apostol bijase uzbudjen, nasavsi se na tome uglednu mjestu. Obraca im se rijecima: "Atenjani, vidim kako ste u svemu pobozni. Medju vasim sam spomenicima ugledao i onaj posvecen nepoznatome bogu. Dodjoh vam navijestiti upravo Njeha, kojega - i ne poznajuci - castite."

Odaziv je bio dobar i brojni su s jos vecom pozornoscu nastavili pratiti njegove rijeci, no, kada je stao govoriti o Isusu iz Nazareta, covjeku kojega su Zidovi ubili, a Bog uskrisio od mrtvih, najvise od svega zbunila ih je rijec "uskrsnuce", te su stali odmahivati glavom i rekli mu: "Dobri covjece, ne pratimo te vise. O tome ces nam, ako zelis, govoriti drugi puta."
Pavao je napustio skup s gorkim osjecajem poraza u ustima. Vrlo ih je malo povjerovalo njegovim rijecima, ali ce se zato oni pokazati kao odlicno sjeme.
Ostale zajednice, bogate vjerom, nastoji odrzati cestim posjetima i prelijepim poslanicama, prepunim nauka, moralnih pouka, teoloskih spoznaja, ali i vjere, ufanja i ljubavi: neophodne su to kreposti za zajednice kojima je neprestano "za vratom" poganstina, koja u krscanskoj poruci prepoznaje otvorenu i konacnu prijetnju. Kako bi se oslobodili te prijetnje, pogani su spremni pokrenuti najokrutnije progone. No, ne sale se niti Zidovi: i za njih krscani predstavljaju ozbiljnu pogibao.

Eto kako se dogodilo da su ga u Listri kamenovala njegova bivsa braca po vjeri i ostavili kao mrtvoga. U Filipima je bacen u zatvor zajedno sa sudrugom Silom. U Jeruzalemu se i opet nasao u zatvoru pa je ovoga puta prijetnja mucenistvom neizbjezna. Apostol spasava zivot samo zato sto je Rimljanin te se kao drzavljanin Rima poziva na cara. Jest, spasava zivot, ali poradi toga priziva, biva premjesten prvo u tamnicu u Cezareju, gdje ostaje dvije godine, a potom u Rim, kamo stize nakon teska putovanja i brodoloma, koji ga je na trenutak bio skrenuo na Maltu.
Upravo ce u Rimu, prijestolnici carsta, Pavao svrsiti svoje dane, kao zrtva tko zna kojega, po redu, progona.
Odrubljena mu je glava nedaleko Acque Salvie, mjesta koje danas nazivaju Tre Fontane. Bilo je to oko 67. godine. U to je vrijeme takodjer razapet i Petar, glava Crkve.
Sa svetim Pavlom otisao je jedan od nejnevjerojatnijih svjedoka Evandjelja. Nikada se toliko, kao u njegovu slucaju, nisu istinitima pokazale rijeci prema kojima je "krv mucenika sjeme novih krscana".
Rim ce, naime, ubrzo postati glavnim gradom krscanskoga svijeta, sagradjenim na temeljima svjedocanstva vjere i ljubavi svetoga PETRA I PAVLA.
IME je latinskoga porijekla i znaci: MALENOG STASA.
Takodjer je zastitnik i GRCKE I MALTE.
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SLOMIO PENIS: Par imao odnos na drvetu, mladic pao i slomio penis (VIDEO)
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International Network of Genocide Scholars
at Apr 23, 2014 7:01:49 PM
General Ratko Mladic, on trial for crimes committed during the Bosnian genocide, has asked the ICTY judges to throw out most of the charges against him for lack of evidence. The judges refused, and Mladic’s defense is due to begin presenting its case on May 13.
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at Apr 23, 2014 7:00:00 PM
General Ratko Mladic, on trial for crimes committed during the Bosnian genocide, has asked the ICTY judges to throw out most of the charges against him for lack of evidence. The judges refused, and Mladic’s defense is due to begin presenting its case on May 13.
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SLOMIO PENIS: Par imao odnos na drvetu, mladic pao i slomio penis (VIDEO)
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SLOMIO PENIS: Par imao odnos na drvetu, mladic pao i slomio penis (VIDEO)
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Paramontaza - Ratko Mladic i Dobrica Cosic - tel. razgovor
Supertajni snimak telefonskog razgovora Ratka Mladica i Dobric Cosica o tome zbog cega se Mladic posvadjao sa Radovanom Karadzicem. U pitanju je ...
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Ratko Mladic -Tango smrti
Tango smrti Танго смрти Mladic complains about health problems at court The status conference of the Ratko Mladic case at the UN tribunal for the former Yugo...
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