Bosnia And Herzegovina


Bosnia And Herzegovina News

  • Anja Niedringhaus, Pulitzer Winner, Dies at 48 in Afghan Attack

    Anja Niedringhaus, the German photojournalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for her coverage of the Iraq War, was shot dead by a policeman while on assignment in Afghanistan. She was 48.

  • Apple-Samsung Jury Is Seated in California Patent Trial

    Apple Inc.’s and Samsung Electronics Co.’s opening arguments in a $2 billion trial over smartphone technology will be heard today by a jury that includes a retired International Business Machines Corp. software systems manager, a medical billing administrator and a community service officer.

  • FOMC, Ukraine, Iran, U.K. Budget: Week Ahead March 17-22

    Federal Reserve policy makers meet for the first time under Chair Janet Yellen, who has pledged to continue gradual reductions in monthly bond buying as long as the U.S. economy improves.

  • Fed, Stress Tests, Crimea, U.K. Budget: Week Ahead March 15-22

    Federal Reserve policy makers meet for the first time under Chair Janet Yellen, who has pledged to continue gradual reductions in monthly bond buying as long as the U.S. economy improves.

  • Cayman Islands Jan. Tourist Visits by Country

    Following is a summary table for the Cayman Islands January tourist visitors statistics from the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism:

  • FIFA, UEFA Suspend Bosnia and Herzegovina Soccer Team From Playing Games

    Soccer’s international and European governing bodies suspended Bosnia and Herzogovina from all competitions after the country didn’t pass rules required to stay eligible.

  • Bosnian Federation Calls for Early Ballot After Violence

    The Bosnian Federation government, half of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s dual ruling powers, called for early elections after hundreds of people were hurt in protests in the ex-Yugoslav republic’s worst violence since 1995.

  • Saudi Arabia Must Face Sept. 11 Victims in Revived Suit

    Lawsuits claiming Saudi Arabia aided al-Qaeda and should be held liable for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack was revived by a U.S. appeals court in a decision that allows victims and their families another chance to seek compensation from the kingdom.

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina Rating Cut by S&P on Political Disputes

    Bosnia and Herzegovina’s long-term foreign-currency sovereign-credit ratings were cut to B from B+ by Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, which cited political disputes that are preventing the formation of a government.

  • How Ratko Mladic’s Evil Dream Lives On: Aleksandar Hemon

    In the spring of 1992, at the beginning of the siege of Sarajevo, an exchange between General Ratko Mladic and a Serb artillery colonel commanding positions above the city was intercepted and recorded. "Fire on Velesici and Pofalici," General Mladic ordered, referring to two Sarajevo neighborhoods. "There aren’t many Serbs there." A certain glee in his voice is audible as he refines his order: "Don’t let them sleep. Make them lose their minds."

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