The international bodies should take action so that tragedies such as Holocaust, genocide in Bosnia and Rwanda do not recur, says Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his International Holocaust Remembrance Day message.
The migrants have been left homeless in freezing and rainy conditions since their camp near the northwestern town of Bihac burned down last month.
A fire earlier this week destroyed much of the camp near the town of Bihac that had already been harshly criticised by international officials and aid groups as inadequate for housing refugees and migrants.
There were no casualties reported in the blaze that broke out at the Lipa tent camp near the Croatian border that once housed 1,200 migrants and was earlier criticised by rights groups as unsuitable due to its lack of resources.
Bosnia has been widely criticised in recent years for mishandling the arrival of thousands of people, but part of the problem is that the Serb-run area of the country has refused to accept any refugees at all.
The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 62 million people and cut more than 1.4 million lives short. Here are the developments for November 29:
The 20th-century structure was among the first city symbols to be demolished by Serb forces during the siege of the Bosnian city from 1992 to 1995.
Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic returned to a United Nations court to appeal his 2017 conviction for genocide and crimes against humanity during the Yugoslav Wars.
Images of Serb war criminals were discovered on Muslim houses on Sunday - their unearthing comes at a curious time given that the Balkan country is in the throes of a run-up to its parliamentary elections.
Today, relatives of the victims commemorate the carnage in which Bosnian Serb forces systematically killed thousands of young and adult Muslim men because of their faith, seen as the worst crime in Europe since World War Two.
Many still believe playwright Handke did not deserve the Nobel Prize for Literature, but plans for a statue of the Austrian have now crossed the line.
Napoleon Bonaparte's ambition to establish an empire in the East was crushed in 1799 at the Siege of Acre by Ahmed Jazzar Pasha.
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