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Workers' Takeover Saves Iconic Bosnian Firm

The plucky workers at the iconic but bankrupt Dita detergent firm in Tuzla are claiming victory - after their refusal to abandon production appears …

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In Sarajevo, Pope pleads for peace, laments ‘worldly’ religious, decries ‘filthy’ programs : News Headlines

Catholic World News<p>June 08, 2015<p>Two decades after the conclusion of the Bosnian War, Pope Francis visited Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and …

Christianity

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Pope visit preparations promote unity in multi-faith Bosnia | Reuters

SREBRENICA, Bosnia (Reuters) - Even before arriving in Sarajevo, Pope Francis has achieved a remarkable feat.<p>Members of children's choir "Superar" practise the songs that will be performed during the visit of the Pope to Sarajevo at their music school in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina May 23, …

Christianity

Bosnia Mourns Flood Victims, Counts Huge Cost

A day of mourning was held in Bosnia on Tuesday for at least 20 deaths caused by the floods that have submerged a significant part of central, …

Bosnia’s Other Calamity

In Pictures<p>Bosnia, Serbia and, to a lesser extent, Croatia have been hit by disastrous floods that have killed dozens, forced hundreds of thousands …

Bosnia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Karadzic’s Witnesses Blame ‘Muslim Extremists’ for War

<i>Radovan Karadzic in court.</i><p>Former Bosnian Serb soldier Jovan Kevac testified at the Hague Tribunal this week that the start of the conflict in the …

US Intelligence Deems Macedonia, Bosnia, ‘Volatile’

The Director of US National Intelligence, James R. Clapper<p>The head of US National Intelligence, James R. Clapper, named Bosnia and Maceodnia as …

Europe

Church of England still 'Tory Party at prayer'

<b>Church of England worshippers are more likely to vote for the Conservative Party, according to new research.</b><p>The data also suggests Catholics tend to support the Labour Party.<p>Theos, a Christian think tank, published its report after compiling surveys of voters in Britain stretching back to the 1950s.<p>…

Welby flies to Africa telling Anglicans to treat gay people as ‘children of God’

Archbishops of Canterbury and York condemn African anti-gay laws urging Anglican churches to ‘demonstrate the love of Christ’ to same-sex couples<p>The Archbishop of Canterbury is on a collision course with Anglican leaders in Africa as he sets off on a five-day trip to the continent while denouncing …

Church of England’s call for dialogue on gays rebuffed in Africa

(RNS) Ahead of his five-day visit to Africa, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby issued a statement reminding Anglicans of the commitment the …

Why Christians can never be \'the Tory Party at prayer\'

The Church of England has traditionally been called "the Tory Party at prayer" – and research just released suggests the tag still has some truth in …

Ecumenical Patriarch calls for Orthodox, Anglican student swap

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Ecumenical Patriarch said today he hoped for a continuing exchange of Orthodox and Anglican students to aid the …

Church sends memo to US President, Congress on South Sudan crisis

[Episcopal News Service] A Jan. 10 memo to the Obama Administration and members of U.S. Congress sent by the Episcopal Church’s Washington, …

First woman priest honored

A portrait of Li on display at Toronto’s St. James Cathedral commemorates a “true saint of the church.” Photo: Diana Swift<p>[Anglican Journal] On Jan. …

Zimbabwe Anglicans prepare for women’s ordination with CofE visit

[Anglican Communion News Service] Bishop of Harare Chad Gandiya has expressed his gratitude for a recent visit to his diocese by three women priests …

Keystone Report May Allow Obama To Make Debt Limit Deal

The State Department report Friday saying the Keystone XL pipeline would have a minimal environment impact could clear the way for a debt ceiling …

Catholic priest who ran right-wing death squad arrested in Colombia

Colombian officials have announced the capture of a fugitive Catholic priest who was convicted in absentia last year of organising a killer far-right militia made up of members of a dismantled paramilitary bloc.<p>For nearly a decade from 2003, the Rev Oscar Albeiro Ortiz formed and ran an …

Laura Ingraham: English is “in decline” because of Mexican “jingoism”

The Fox News contributor and radio host seems to believe Mexican immigrants want to reconquer the U.S. southwest<p>When right-wing pundit Laura Ingraham says she opposes comprehensive immigration reform, she means it. As the Huffington Post's Jared Gilmour once put it, Ingraham is on something of an …

Bosnia Belatedly Adopts 2014 Budget

Bosnia's parliament has missed an IMF deadline to adopt a budget for 2014 for around 920 million euro, around 434 million euro of which is set aside …

Europe

Russian Police Round Up Migrants After Dual Bombings

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Russian police detained 87 people in Volgograd, following twin suicide attacks that killed 16 people …

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Bosnian Serb War Criminals’ Sentences Cut

The Bosnian state court’s appeals chamber on Wednesday cut Pekez’s sentence to ten years and Savic’s to 15 years for assisting in the murders of 23 …

Crime

Three Bosniaks Jailed Over Bugojno Detention Camp

The Bosnian state court’s appeals chamber found the three men guilty at their retrial on Wednesday of having tortured and treated Croat prisoners in …

Crime