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Former military commander Mladic’s genocide verdict hits home in St. Louis’ Bosnian community

The guilty verdict on Wednesday of genocide and other war crimes against Ratko Mladic is reverberating throughout the world and particularly, within the Bosnian community in St. Louis. [...]

November 22, 2017 News

With largest world refugee crisis since WWII, how are St. Louis refugee resettlement efforts going?

Tuesday marks World Refugee Day, a designation made by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. The number of refugees and displaced persons in the world is higher than it has ever been since World War II, with some 65.5 [...]

June 21, 2017 Audio, Multimedia

Doing just fine

How Muslim refugees from Bosnia transformed a corner of the Midwest “AMERICA has always been conflicted about immigration,” says Anna Crosslin, head of the International Institute of St Louis, which sponsors refugees and helps them after they arrive. In the [...]

December 16, 2015 News

A ‘moment in history’: A St. Louis Bosnian reflects on the Syrian refugee crisis

Nedim Ramic has a powerful personal connection to what he sees happening in the world today in regard to Syrian refugees. [...]

November 20, 2015 News

City Success – Why are 70,000 Bosnians calling St. Louis home?

It has been 20 years since the start of the Bosnian War, one of the most horrific conflicts on European soil since World War II. Join us on Thursday, October 24 as Anna Crosslin of the International Institute St. Louis, Betsy Cohen of the St. Louis [...]

October 3, 2013 Bosnians in St. Louis, Community Events

Chief Dotson says city judges giving out too much probation

At a community meeting in the Bevo Mill neighborhood, concerned residents confronted police about the two murders that took place recently in their south city community.  [...]

June 20, 2013 Articles, Bosnians in St. Louis, News