U.N. Tribunal weighs in on atrocity against Bosnian women & the Radovan Karadžić Conviction

Jessica Buchleitner with International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Editor: Lys Anzia WNN Interviews Global Footage of the March 24, 2016 judgement against former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić via International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. ICTY/United Nations (WNN) The Hague, Netherlands – For the last 20 years, former Bosnian Serb army leader Radovan […]

Women in Black: The voice of peace in Serbia

Women in Black: The voice of peace in Serbia

Ivana Bzganovic – Yahoo News– Wednesday, 12 April 2012 (originally published 05 Apr) They have been beaten, spat at and cursed. Jeered, mocked and ignored. But a few dozen women dressed in black regularly stand silently on Belgrade’s main streets. They hold signs demanding an end to war, advocating human rights or reminding people of […]

The slow genocide: War rape and its female survivors

The slow genocide: War rape and its female survivors

Jessica Buchleitner – WNN Opinion (WNN) Global: What could be a better weapon than rape? As a male soldier, you can exterminate your aggression, demoralize your victim and even potentially create a child born from your own hate. Refugee women caught in the recent conflicts in Somalia have reported being ‘too afraid to grab firewood’ […]