Ratko Mladic News
Serbia, Bosnia seek to boost ties after war crimes tensions
Serbian and Bosnian leaders say they want to resolve problems left over from their 1990s conflict after tensions soared recently
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Slobodan Milosevic dead in prison cell
March 11, 2006: The former president of both Serbia and Yugoslavia had been imprisoned for war crimes in The Hague, and died from heart ailments.
The Penitent Warlord: Atoning for 20,000 War Crimes
Joshua Milton Blahyi Now Visits the Families of His Victims to Seek Forgiveness
The Global Note: Another Band-aid for Europe?…Showdown In Cairo…In Niger, Daughters, Dowries & Hunger
GLOBAL CRI$i$: EASING PAIN IN SPAIN…WORRY OVER CHINA -BAILOUT FOR BANKS…A key step for a key piece of the Eurozone debt puzzle: As Richard DAVIES reports, Eurozone finance ministers have come up with bailout terms for Spain’s troubled banks, saying nearly $37 billion can be...
The Global News Quiz - May 14-18
QUESTIONS 1) What is meant by the term “Grexit”? 2) What group was blamed for the slaughter of 49 people whose headless, handless bodies were recovered near a highway that leads from Monterrey, Mexico to the South Texas border? 3) Why did a car crash...
The Global Note: Greek Agonistes…Iran Attack?…Kalashnikov Clothing?…Skiiing Mt. Etna
EUROPE’S CRISIS -GREEK SWEARING-IN, MARKETS SWOON…Greece’s 16-member caretaker cabinet was sworn in this morning at the Presidential Mansion in Athens. The ceremony was followed by the swearing in of the 300-member Parliament who will take up their seats for a day before Parliament is dissolved...
The Global Note: Fear In Athens…War In Yemen…Lada Gaga V. The Islamic Defenders Front
GREECE: NO WAY OUT? MARKETS SHUDDER -THE BIG PICTURE…The equation goes like this: No government + no willingness to impose mandated budget cuts = A cutoff of bailout money + likely Greek default + almost certain exit from the euro. That sequence leads to the...
Today In Pictures: Oct. 11, 2011
People pass by a defaced mural depicting former war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic in Belgrade, Serbia, Oct. 10, 2011. (Marko Drobnjakovic/AP Photo) Police seize an “Occupy Boston” protester during a standoff at the Charlestown Bridge in Boston, Oct. 10, 2011. (Josh Reynolds/AP Photo) ...
The Global Note: Slovakia & Your 401K…Nobel Winner’s Tough Contest…Free Tickets To Japan
EUROMESS: “ROAD TO HELL”? -YOUR 401K – AND A VOTE IN BRATISLAVA Another faraway, seldom-watched place gets center stage on the global financial story today. All eyes on…Slovakia. The euro-zone rescue fund faces a key test today when lawmakers in Slovakia - poorest country in...