A statement by the Holy See Press Office says the identification of two ossuaries in the Vatican’s Teutonic Cemetery has led to the decision to continue investigations into the whereabouts of two princesses whose tombs were found to be empty.
On 11 July 1995 Bosnian-Serb troops killed over 8000 Muslim boys and men in and around the town of Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Grand Mufti emeritus of Bosnia reflects on the concept of reconciliation and says although the direct culprits have never apologized, he is proud no act of vengeance has been perpetrated.
Thousands of mourners have gathered in Bosnia-Herzegovina to commemorate the 24th anniversary of what became known as the Srebrenica massacre, the worst mass killing in Europe since World War II. Among them the many relatives of the thousands of Muslim victims.
An exclusive interview with the forensic anthropologist commissioned by the Vatican judiciary to examine findings and take samples for DNA testing, following the opening of two tombs in the Vatican on Thursday.