Knowledge Identifier: !Bosnian_War
Activity starting in 1992.
Countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina (39%), United States (11%), (11%)
Linked to: International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Serbian Democratic Party, United Nations Protection Force, NATO
Inter Services Intelligence played active role during 1992-1995 and secretly supplied the Muslim fighters with arms, ammunition and guided anti tank missiles to give them a fighting chance against the aggression
Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team - Bosnian War - After Bosnia and Herzegovina gained independence from Yugoslavia on 1 March 1992, the national football team was soon formed but could not enter qualifying for 1994 & FIFA World Cup as was not yet a member of FIFA due to Bosnian War that lasted from March 1992 to December 1995
Between 1994 and 1995, the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was supported by, and was representative of, both ethnic Bosniaks and ethnic Bosnian Croats
After the Srebrenica and Markale massacres, NATO intervened in 1995 with Operation Deliberate Force targeting the positions of the Army of the Republika Srpska, which proved key in ending the war
Nezavisne novine - In 1995, shortly after the Dayton Agreement which ended the Bosnian War, ?eljko Kopanja co-founded "Nezavisne Novine", a weekly independent newspaper, in order to "foster improved relationships among Serbs, Muslims and Croats in Bosnia"
Sejo Sexon - They had organized more than 80 benefit concerts across in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, Germany and Slovenia to raise awareness about refugees of Bosnian War. In 2001, Sejo Sexon and his fellow band members from Zabranjeno pu?enje took a part in a social responsibility project in which they organized music workshops for children and youth who were victims of land mines
Serbian Radical Party - Bosnian War - Vojislav ?e?elj has led the party since its foundation until his voluntary extradition to the ICTY in 2003, on charges of alleged involvement in war crimes during the Bosnian War
In 2005, the United States Congress passed a resolution declaring that "the Serbian policies of aggression and ethnic cleansing meet the terms defining genocide"
Srebrenica massacre - In 2009, Stavros Vitalis announced that the volunteers were suing the writer Takis Michas for libel over allegations in his book "Unholy Alliance", in which Michas described aspects of the Greek state's tacit support for the Serbs during the Bosnian War. Insisting that the volunteers had simply taken part in what he described as the "re-occupation" of the town, Vitalis acknowledged that he himself was present with senior Serb officers in "all operations" for Srebrenica's re-occupation by the Serbs
It opened in the United States on 23 December 2011 in a limited theatrical release
Doboj - On 26 May 2014, it was announced that the floods and landslides had uncovered mass graves with the skeletal remains of Bosniak victims of the Bosnian War of the 1990s
Semiha Borovac - On 26 January 2016, Borovac signed an agreement with mayors from cities throughout the country and ministers of both entities, promising to have 438 homes built for families displaced by the Bosnian War of the 1990s