Tag Archives: Serbia

Ratko Mladic: Justice delayed is…well, better than no justice at all

I have covered many wars during my years at NPR, but never did I encounter such a monstrous man as Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serb army commander likely to spend… Read more »

Celebrating your heritage: YER DOON IT RONG!!!

The irony of tiki torch bearing White Supremacists marching to protect monuments to that one time they got their asses kicked. Discuss. pic.twitter.com/muSEGGrVAQ — Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) May 15, 2017… Read more »

Discussing the preservation of “ethnic homogeneity” is now acceptable

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban told a crowd in Budapest on Tuesday that “ethnic homogeneity” is key for economic success, and that “too much mixing causes problems.” The remarks were… Read more »

“They have been left for months without any regular access to running water, toilets and showers”

Migrants are stuck in freezing conditions behind the central train station in Belgrade, Serbia, where they survive on one meal a day. Many of the estimated 1,000 migrants are escaping… Read more »