It was the big agreement in the last international talks of peace on Syria. A temporal truce in Homs to allow the besieged civilians, women and children, could leave and go to safer areas. But the agreement proved to be as difficult as the talks themselves.

Tens of thousands attended Thursday at the Potorica cemetery in Srebrenica,  the funeral and burial of 409 identified by DNA victims of the genocide on its 18th anniversary. They were only a few of the up to 8,000 killed by the Bosnian Serbs forces commanded by Ratko Mladic who took over that city the 11th of […]

Serbian President, Tomislav Nikolić, asked for forgiveness for the massacre of Srebrenica in Bosnia in 1995 during an interview in a Bosnian TV channel.   “I am down on my knees because of it. Here, I am down on my knees. And I am asking for forgiveness for Serbia for the crime that was committed […]

It is very difficult to indict someone and prove before a court that an event qualifies as genocide. (Tomislav Nikolić, president of Serbia referring to the massacre of Srebrenica in Bosnia). The denial of genocide in Srebrenica … will not pave the way for cooperation and reconciliation in the region, but on the contrary may […]

The trial against Ratko Mladić for Crimes of War against non-Serbs during the last Balkans War and precisely the massacre of Srebrenica with the killing of 8.000 males teenagers and men in a few days, has ben suspended. And that not because Mladic has done something weird or his defense put absurd difficulties, or the […]

It’s strange that Mladic was caught just for the day of the crucial meeting for the EU negotiations. Everybody there knew that he was living in Serbia protected by military, even receiving a pay as a veteran for a while until the assassinated Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, ¿remeber him? that young decided man, the […]