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Fragmentation as a Force to be Reckoned with

In the divided city of Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, there is a memorial park for the Yugoslav partisans who fought the fascists during the Second World War. Once the most impressive of its kind in Yugoslavia, it has not been maintained since before the Bosnian War, beaten by the elements, overgrown with vegetation, and strewn with trash. 697 more words

Conflict

Bosnia & Herzegovina News | Muslim Men

Srebrenica genocide’s 20th anniversary brings together tens of thousands
  • The event in the eastern Bosnian town memorialized the more 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys–including 136 recently identified–who were massacred by Bosnian Serb forces during the Bosnian War.
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News

Somnambulism the photobook

Dear friends,

I’m very excited to introduce you my photobook about Bosnia and Herzegovina, Somnambulism.

Somnambulism is the result of my final project during the Master Degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography (2011-12). 58 more words

Bosnia

#Srebrenica2015 Social Media Campaign

Follow and Support the First Social Media Campaign for Bosnian Genocide

11/07/2015 will mark the 20th Anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica. We were here to commemorate, educate and to call the world to do the same. 33 more words

Propaganda, Delusion, and Making your Own Reality

I’m an avid reader of history. If you study geopolitics you probably are too. And so we face the same problem: The rewriting of objective events in a deliberately manipulative manner that obscures the truth of the case. 605 more words

Politics

Capital of Pain: Srebrenica

Imagine a place, every step gives you a story under it’s soil. Imagine a place, you feel hundreds of children around you but you won’t see any. 558 more words

United Nations

Bosnia: a multinational state?

Bosnia is a country where 95% of the population is made up of constituent nations: Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks. It should be noted that none of these three groups can be considered either a minority or immigrant, as all three are mentioned in the country’s constitution. 739 more words