The move reflects Serb opposition to the Bosnian law amendments imposed last week by Valentin Inzko, the outgoing High Representative in Bosnia. The amendments aimed to outlaw attempts at minimizing the scope of the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica.
Greenland loses massive amount of ice with enough melting to cover US state of Florida in 2 inches of water, scientists say.
President Emmanuel Macron, who defended Charlie Hebdo's caricatures insulting Islam's Prophet Muhammad as freedom of expression, sues billboard owner Michel-Ange Flori, who depicted Macron as Adolf Hitler to protest Covid-19 curbs.
In a letter to Interior Minister Priti Patel, Labour’s Yvette Cooper, chair of parliament’s Home Affairs Committee, questioned overcrowding and length of stays at a “completely inappropriate” accommodation where asylum seekers are detained.
At least two Azerbaijani soldiers wounded and three Armenian troops killed in border clashes between the two sides in the deadliest military incident between the arch-foes since their war last year over Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Fire scorches forests at base of Mount Penteli, north of capital Athens, threatening surrounding suburbs, authorities say, as winds complicate efforts to douse blazes.
Serb politicians in Bosnia deny the Srebrenica genocide, which was carried out by ethno-nationalist Serb militias. Instead, they have repeatedly played down the sufferings of Bosnians during the war.
Explosion at chemical park in western Leverkusen city leaves two dead, five missing and over two dozen people wounded, officials say.
Prosecutors allege ten defendants, including high-rolling Italian financiers and ex-Vatican employees, engaged in various financial crimes, such as embezzlement, fraud and corruption.
Britain imposed sanctions on Teodorin Nguema Obiang for allegedly syphoning state assets into his bank account — a decision Equatorial Guinea calls "unilateral and illegal".
The information was contained in two documents, a consolidated financial statement for 2020 for the Holy See and the first-ever public budget for the Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See.
Namur and Walloon Brabant provinces southeast of the capital city Brussels were particularly hit by devastating floods that left 36 people dead and seven missing last week.
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