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Le colonel francais Jacques Hogard sur le Kosovo

Le colonel Jacques Hogard revient sur son expérience au Kosovo. Cerclearistote.com Full link for this article: Click Here Dclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article (Blog, Post, Comments & Video) are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Canadian Veritas Observatory (www.canadianveritas.ca.). We are against […]

Serbia not guilty of genocide

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague has decided that Serbia is not guilty of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina. “The Court establishes that Serbia has not committed genocide through its organs or persons whose acts engage its responsibility under customary international law or through violations of their obligations for prevention and punishment […]

Au Kosovo, les Serbes font de la résistance

GRAND REPORTAGE – Vingt ans après la guerre du Kosovo, 100.000 Serbes orthodoxes vivent toujours dans l’ex-province yougoslave, autoproclamée indépendante en 2008. Une minorité vulnérable dans ce territoire peuplé de 2 millions d’Albanais musulmans et dirigé par un gouvernement qui les traite en citoyens de seconde zone.Le président fondateur de l’association humanitaire Solidarité Kosovo, qui vient […]

Croatia Fails Serb Refugees

Ethnic Discrimination Slows Refugee Return Show More ServicesPrint Eight years after the end of the war in Croatia, ethnic discrimination continues to impede the return of hundreds of thousands of Croatian Serbs displaced by the war, Human Rights Watch said in a new reportreleased today. The 61-page report, “Broken Promises: Impediments to Refugee Return to Croatia,” […]

U.S. Congressman Ted Poe (R-TX2) calls Serbs “one of the most important allies” of USA 6.11.2014

Congressman (Judge) Ted Poe (R-Texas 2) gave speech on the House floor to “commemorate one of the most important allies [of The United States]: the PEOPLE OF SERBIA!” He praised Serbian struggle in both WW1 and WW2 and Serbian General & American hero Draza Mihailovich. Full link for this article: Click Here Disclaimer: The views […]

Battle of Medak, Canadian Peacekeepers stop ethnic cleansing

Canadians fight way beyond their true number . Lion’s all . thank you for your service and for coming to our side without even being asked . true friends . from a very grsteful Englishman . Full link for this article: Click Here Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article (Blog, Post, Comments […]

The real story behind Srebrenica

This week marked the 10th anniversary of the United Nations’ second greatest failure since its creation in 1945 — the genocide in Rwanda being the undisputed No. 1. With much fanfare, the ceremonies focused on the massacre of “up to” 8,000 Bosnian men and boys by General Ratko Mladic’s Bosnian Serb army in Srebrenica in […]

Kosovo Forum in Montreal – Lewis MacKenzie

Major-General Lewis MacKenzie, C.M., CMM, MSC (and bar), O.Ont , CD, (born April 30, 1940) is a retired Canadian general and writer. MacKenzie is most famous for establishing and commanding Sector Sarajevo as part of the United Nations Protection Force or UNPROFOR in Yugoslavia in 1992. Full link for this article: Click Here Disclaimer: The […]

The Ghosts of Medak Pocket: The Story of Canada’s Secret War

In one day in September 1993, in the process of aggressively shoring up the crumbling UN peacekeeping mission in Croatia, Canadian soldiers killed as many as 27 Croat soldiers in a series of firefights. Letting Canadians know of this little-known battle is nominally at the heart of journalist Carol Off’s The Ghosts of Medak Pocket, and […]

Doctors jailed for Kosovo organ trafficking

A Kosovo court has sentenced five doctors for up to eight years in prison for involvement in an international organ trafficking ring. A panel of two EU and one Kosovo judges gave Lutfi Dervishi, an ethnic Albanian and prominent urologist, the harshest term of eight years in prison for “organised crime and human trafficking” on […]