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Bosnians bid farewell to 175 massacre victims
Bosnians bid farewell to 175 massacre victims
Coffins carrying 175 newly identified victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo on the way to burial.
 
Turkish coal mine disaster photos
Turkish coal mine disaster photos
More than 200 miners were killed and hundreds are believed to be trapped after an explosion in a coal mine in the western Turkish province of Manisa on Tuesday.
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Historic library in Sarajevo reopened

The library, also knwon as the Vijecnica national library, will continue to hold Open Days up till July 31 everyday between 10.00-17.00 local time.

A museum about Muslim slaves in South Africa

The house is designed to reflect the cultural characteristics of Muslim family two centuries ago.

78 different Qurans from 48 countries exhibited in Istanbul

The facsimile of the Quran of Uthman has been published by Research Center for Islamic History Art and Culture (IRCICA).

Kosovo's largest mosque in Mitrovica

Resembling Berlin before 1990, the city is separated by the Ibre river on which stone barricades were built.

Istanbul's 'as if I have eaten' mosque

The Sanki Yedim mosque is literally named after the saying of a man who called Kececi Hayreddin Efendi who once lived in the area during the Ottoman...

Turkish dervish commemorated in Bosnia after 500 years

Ayvaz Dede is a 15th century dervish who moved to the Bosnian village of Prusats from Akhisar in western Anatolia.

Liberal arrogance

During the apolitical revolution process dubbed the Arab spring, the arguments of any intellectual, whether it's a politician or an academic,...

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Putin vows to use influence on Ukraine rebels

Putin vows to use influence on Ukraine rebels

Despite Western sanctions, he said Moscow would stand by separatists in eastern Ukraine whom, he described as part of a popular rising against an illegal coup.

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Cuba hopes for more investment as Chinese president arrives

Cuba hopes for more investment as Chinese president arrives

Talks are reportedly underway for a number of investment projects, including in pharmaceuticals and automotive assembly, but no final investment agreements are expected this week.

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US law enforcement unfairly targeted Muslim-Americans

US law enforcement unfairly targeted Muslim-Americans

A 214-page report found the FBI often targeted vulnerable individuals in sting operations, and subjected convicts to restrictive confinement..

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Online devices to soon consume more energy than Russia

Online devices to soon consume more energy than Russia

The total number of online access devices projected to rise to 50 billion in 2020 and 100 billion in 2030.

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Parts of Chinese city in quarantine after plague death

151 people who came into direct contact with the victim were also placed in quarantine.

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Historic library in Sarajevo reopened

Historic library in Sarajevo reopened

The library, also knwon as the Vijecnica national library, will continue to hold Open Days up till July 31 everyday between 10.00-17.00 local time.

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Once joined in Soviet Union Ukraine Russia never further apart

Once joined in Soviet Union, Ukraine, Russia never further apart

Even the most mild-mannered Ukrainians have turned on, if not all their neighbours in Russia, one in particular: Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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