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Over 1,000 Serbs killed in Kosovo since end of war

December 18, 2012 by


More than 1,000 Serbs have been murdered in Kosovo since June 1999 – when the war ended and international forces were deployed in the province.   Immediately after NATO deployed its forces in the province in June 1999, 14 Serb harvesters were killed in their fields in Staro Gracko. Their killers were never found, while […]

Radical Islam an increased threat in the Balkans

December 11, 2012 by


As radical Islam becomes more apparent in the region, security experts said that movements like Wahhabism represent a growing threat to security in the Balkans. Radical Islam appeared in the Balkans in the early 1990s when conflicts began to rage in the former Yugoslavia. Mujahadeen fighters and religious leaders from the Middle East arrived in […]

Wesley Clark’s Ties To Albanian Terrorists

December 5, 2012 by


The retired General who had been refusing to declare himself a Democrat or Republican is now declaring himself a Democratic presidential candidate. But more important than his party affiliation is Wesley Clark�s bizarre view on how to fight terrorism. The media refer to Clark’s impressive military credentials but they fail to note that his main […]

Labeling the Serbs as Nazis – The Role of Ruder Finn, a US-Public Relation Firm

December 1, 2012 by


The following is an extract of an interview conducted by Mr. Jacques Merlino (Deputy Director of the network TV2, Paris, France) with James Harff (Director of Ruder Finns’s Global Public affairs section), which took place in October 1993. Harrf: For 18 months, we have been working for the Republics of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well […]