Reiss-ul-Ulema Mustafa Ceric, the spiritual leader of Muslims in Bosnia, says that politicians should refrain from public comments about alleged an war crime committed by Muslims during the Bosnian civil war in 1992. The incident in question involved the massacre of 42 Serbian soldiers who had been promised a safe passage out of Sarajevo by Bosnian Muslims.
In other news, a two-year-old boy in Indonesia has a nasty smoking habit. His puffing on 40 cigarettes a day has put his health in jeopardy, but his parents say they can’t stop supplying him with cigarettes, since he throws unbearable tantrums if he doesn’t get his nicotine fix.
To see the headlines and the articles, open the full news post.
Thanks to AP, C. Cantoni, heroyalwhyness, ICLA, Insubria, JD, Mary Abdelmassih, Reinhard, TB, Vlad Tepes, Zenster, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.
Commenters are advised to leave their comments at this post (rather than with the news articles) so that they are more easily accessible.
[This post is a stub — nothing further here!]