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Bosnia's New Threat: Not Bombs, But a Referendum

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic took the stand at his war crimes trial in The Hague this week to defend his dream of an independent Bosnian Serb...

Former Bosnian Serb Leader Radovan Karadzic

Although some of the survivors of Bosnia's 1992-95 war traveled by bus to the Hague in the Netherlands to watch the opening day of the trial against former...

Karadzic's Arrest Comes Too Late

In January 1996, journalists found two freshly graded areas of soil straddling a dirt track in the village of Glogova, in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The...

In Bed With Iraq?

Thursday, Sep. 19, 2002 On 11 September, the management of the state-owned Orao manufacturer of airplane parts in Bosnia's Republika Srpska publicly denied U.S...

Imaginary Massacres?

Wednesday, Sep. 11, 2002 Authorities in the Federation Entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the international community have severely condemned a report...

Charitable Front

Wednesday, May 29, 2002 Thanks to the evidence collected in part by Bosnian investigators, U.S. authorities arrested on 30 April a longtime terrorist suspect...

Milosevic: I AM JUST AN ORDINARY MAN

President Milosevic spoke with managing editor James R. Gaines, editor at large Karsten Prager, Central Europe bureau chief Massimo Calabresi and correspondent...

Rattled Sabers, Redrawn Maps

This time it might really happen. The vicious 16-month war among hate-filled neighbors that has soaked Bosnia and Herzegovina in blood -- and seared the...

Blood, Threats and Fears

The British diplomat grumbled sarcastically: "Full marks for Clinton for appalling timing." Visibly angry, he was also speaking for most of his NATO colleagues...

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