“What this controversy shows is that the truths of the Bosnian genocide have not been codified.”
The president of the Balkan nation said the plans to build a shopping mall on the site of the former Nazi camp Topovske Supe will be made impossible.
Kosovo’s centuries-old Jewish community is down to a few dozen souls. They are proud their past — and wonder why Israel won’t recognize their state.
Israel is sending aid to help rescue efforts in Serbia and Bosnia, where record floods have submerged cities and left more than two dozen dead and thousands homeless.
Families of Serbian Jewish victims of the Holocaust have until March 1 to file claims for property restitution.
Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn began work on Tuesday as economic adviser to the Serbian government, his latest incarnation since a sex scandal cost him his job and ruined his French presidential ambitions.
An Israeli architectural firm defended its involvement in the planned construction of a shopping mall on a former concentration camp for Jews in Serbia.
Serbian police suspect three minors are responsible for the desecration of 39 Jewish graves in the northern city of Subotica.
Israeli police are investigating threats to hurt the rabbi in charge of Jerusalem’s Western Wall if he does not allow a Jewish women’s prayer group equal worship rights at the holy site, a police spokesman said on Monday.
The Jews of Pristina are all but gone. A new Holocaust memorial seeks to keep their memory alive, along with a potent message for Kosovo and the world.