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The Croatian and Muslim Crime in Čardak - Bosnia 1992

The crime in Čardak refers to the ethnic cleansing of Serbs performed by Croatian paramilitary units under the auspices of the regular Army of Croatia on the Orthodox Easter, 26th of April 1992, in the village of Čardak, the town of Derventa, at the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Croatian Criminal Ante Gotovina

Ante Gotovina (1955) is a former Croatian general and former member of the Foreign Legion, through which he acquired French citizenship after five years of service. In 2001, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markač, Ivan Čermak, for crimes committed during and after the "Storm" in the summer of 1995.

The Croatian archbishop and criminal- Aloysius Stepinac

Aloysius Stepinac (1898-1960) was the Archbishop of Zagreb and a Croatian cardinal, who decades after his death became a beatus of the Roman Catholic Church. He participated in the mass conversion of Orthodox Serbs to Catholicism, i.e. Croats on the territory of the Ustasha Independent State of Croatia during the Second World War.

The Bosnian Croat criminal Azra Alešević Bašić

Azra Alešević-Bašić is a former member of the 111th Rijeka Brigade of the Army of the Republic of Croatia (although there is information that it was the 108th Brigade of the Croatian Army), who took part in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1990s.

The Bosnian Muslim leader and criminal Alija Izetbegović

Alija Izetbegović (1925-2003) is the former president of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, later wartime commander of Bosnian Muslims, founder and first president of the Muslim extremist Party of Democratic Action, author of the famous "Islamic Declaration", according to which Bosnia and Herzegovina was conceived as an ethnic and religiously pure state

Destruction of Orthodox churches of th Metropolitanate of Zagreb and Ljubljana

Destruction, burning, devastation, and looting of Serbian orthodox temples of the Metropolitanate of Zagreb and Ljubljana are criminal acts committed by the members of Croatian extremist groups, Croatian police, and paramilitary units, who were encouraged by friers of the Roman Catholic Church at the beginning of 1990s in the area of the Croatian Capital.

The Croatian crime in Bravnice - Bosnia 1995

The crime in Bravnice is a war crime that the units of the Army of the Republic of Croatia and the Croatian Defense Council (forces of Bosnian Croats) committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina in September 1995 during their joint operation “Maestral” on the road Donji Vakuf-Jajce in the village of Bravnice.

The Albanian camp Likovac in Kosovo 1998-1999

The Likovac camp was an Albanian concentration camp under the control of the Kosovo Occupation Army in the late 1990s in the vicinity of Srbica in the central parts of Kosovo and Metohija.

The German criminal Adolf Hitler, Nazi leader (1889-1945)

Adolf Hitler was the German chancellor during the period from 1933 to 1945, when he plunged the world into the Second World War. Although he was born an Austrian, he fought as a volunteer in the German army, on the Western Front during the First World War.

The Albanian criminal Adem Jashari (1955-1998)

Adem Jashari (1955-1998) was an Albanian criminal and terrorist in Kosovo and Metohija, one of the founders of the Occupying Army of Kosovo, involved in numerous crimes such as arms smuggling, murder, robbery, drug dealing, the white slave trade, and other.

The Croatian massacre in Glina Orthodox Church - Banija 1941

The massacre in Glina Orthodox Church took place on 29th July 1941 in Glina, Banija region (Croatia) where 1,764 people of Serbian nationality were killed. The perpetrators were Croatian Ustasha, and victims were local civillians of Serb population from the village of Glina and the surrounding area.

The Croatian crime Flash in Slavonia 1995

The criminal action "Flash" is the greatest suffering of Serbs in the Western Slavonia (which was part of the Republic of Srpska Krajina), conducted by the Croatian military, paramilitary and police forces on the 1st and 2nd May 1995 under the leadership of Franjo Tudjman...

The Croatian crime Medak Pocket - Lika 1993

The criminal operation Medak pocket or "Bloody September in Lika" was the third attack of Croatian military and police forces on the territory of the Republic of Srpska Krajina (RSK) at the time when the RSK area was under protection of UNPROFOR.

The death of 12 newborns from Banja Luka - Bosnia 1992

The death of 12 newborns from Banja Luka is a horrible crime happened on May and June of 1992 during the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1990s and collapse of Yugoslavia. In the Intensive Care Unit of maternity ward in Banja Luka 12 newborns died due to lack of oxygen necessary for adequate treatment.