Croatia Remembering Victims Of Vukovar And Skabrnje

  On the night of November 17th people of Croatia’s capital Zagreb and their friends and visitors lit up the city with candles lining its long and wide artery called Vukovar Street! This was in memory and honour of all those who perished and died defending the Croatian city of Vukovar from brutal and genocidal […]

Croatia: Vukovar – A Place Of Special Piety

This is truly amazing! Vukovar makes history again! This time with firm determination and assertion of its rights as a maimed, tortured, murdered, raped victim of Serb aggression during early 1990’s! At it’s Council meeting the city of Vukovar has yesterday 4 November voted to amend its Constitution/Statute and declare the city a place of […]

Croatia: Remains Of Mass Murdered Buried As Vukovar’s Croats Stand Aghast From Government’s Aloofness

A joint funeral was held Monday 14 October in Sotin for 11 Croatian victims (4 Croatian soldiers and 7 civilians) of Serb aggression exhumed from a mass grave in April this year and only recently forensically identified in Zagreb.  The youngest victim was 25 and the oldest 72 years old at the time of their […]

International criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia: Radovan Karadzic acquitted mid-trial of one charge of genocide – the shock that shudders the very backbone of humanity

ICTY, Hague, 28 June, acquitted – mid-trial! – former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of one charge of genocide but upheld 10 other war crimes counts related to atrocities in Bosnia’s bloody war. Although Karadzic sought by way of motion to court to be acquitted of all 11 charges of war crimes, he succeeded in […]

Watch out Croatia – there is a pushy psychic among you

Further to my post yesterday: If not Josip Boljkovac – who then? Anto Nobilo, Boljkovac’s defence attorney, “revealed” today on Croatian HRT TV that “the murderer is comrade Mico, and not Josip Boljkovac”. http://www.hrt.hr/index.php?id=48&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=141118&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=38&cHash=17b18830cf He further stated that he performed his own investigation and that the documentation on the case (of mass murder from 1945) […]

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