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UN Must Make Up For Failure To Investigate Kosovo Missing

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By   1 year ago

source: amnesty.org The UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) singularly failed to investigate the abduction and murders of Kosovo Serbs in the aftermath of the 1998-1999 conflict, Amnesty International said in a report published today. It comes on the eve of a UN Security Council debate on Kosovo on 29 August. “UNMIK’s failure to […]

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Air-Conditioning–Modern Convenience Or Instrument Of Death?

Writer Laura Dennis

By   1 year ago

It’s a valid question, in more ways than one. When I read Time commentator Eric Kleinenberg’s Air-Conditioning Will Be the End of Us, I had to laugh. The point of the article was to highlight just how much Americans rely on A/C, how much energy it eats up, and how bad it is for the […]

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Guca Trumpet Festival Starts Tomorrow! (video)

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By   1 year ago

The biggest trumpet and brass band festival in the world starts tomorrow and will last until August 11th. The Guča trumpet festival, also known as the Dragačevo Assembly is an annual brass band festival held in the town of Guča, near the city of Čačak in the Dragačevo region of western Serbia. Guča is a […]

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We Are The Champions!

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By   1 year ago

Serbia claimed the UEFA European Under-19 Championship title for the first time as Andrija Luković’s calm second-half finish settled a tight final against France in Marijampole. Both sides had chances in an even first 45 minutes, yet the deadlock was not broken until Luković slotted in early in the second period. France – seeking their […]

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Good-Bye Jat, We’re Going To Miss You

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By   1 year ago

From this day, Serbian airline Jat will no longer exist under that name. After 66 years, it will change the name to “Air Serbia”. The new company will be formed together with “Etihad”, foreign partner from Middle East. Serbian state will own 51 percent of the company, and “Etihad” 49, but also the management of […]

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Dacic Can Vote On Kosovo

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By   1 year ago

source: balkaneu.com Kosovo Central Election Commission has clarified the declaration made by Serbian Prime Minister, Ivica Dacic that he will vote in the local government elections. According to the CEC, Dacic must first register with this commission. “If he wants to vote in the local government elections in Kosovo, the Serbian Prime Minister, Ivica Dacic […]

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Serbian Daft Punk

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By   1 year ago

Can you recognise this song?

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Marija Karan Will Play In Movie ”Tesla”

Marija Karan

By   1 year ago

by Marcus V Agar (www.wild-rooster.com) Serbian actress Marija Karan will embody the feelings of the many women who fell for the charms of celebrated Serb scientist Nikola Tesla, when she joins the cast of the biopic, TESLA. The well-loved actress who has been made a star through a string of film and TV roles in […]

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Richest Serb Miroslav Miskovic To be Released On €12 Million Bail

Special department of Higher Court in Belgrade set today a 12 million euros bail for owner of Delta Holding Miroslav Miskovic, who is charged of embezzlement and tax evasion. “After providing evidence to the Court that the bail has been deposited, the accused will be released from detention”, the Higher Court said. This is the […]

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We Are The Champions!

Serbia claimed the UEFA European Under-19 Championship title for the first time as Andrija Luković’s calm second-half finish settled a tight final against France in Marijampole. Both sides had chances in an even first 45 minutes, yet the deadlock was not broken until Luković slotted in early in the second period. France – seeking their […]

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UN Must Make Up For Failure To Investigate Kosovo Missing

source: amnesty.org The UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) singularly failed to investigate the abduction and murders of Kosovo Serbs in the aftermath of the 1998-1999 conflict, Amnesty International said in a report published today. It comes on the eve of a UN Security Council debate on Kosovo on 29 August. “UNMIK’s failure to […]

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Merry-Go-Round Breaks, Ten Kids Injured

Ten children, from Pozarevac, town in eastern Serbia, were injured yesterday evening when the merry-go-round the children were using broke in half. Most seriously injured is one girl which was hit by the metal construction of the merry-go-round, causing severe hip trauma. Owner of carousel was arrested because playground was operated without license.

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Good-Bye Jat, We’re Going To Miss You

From this day, Serbian airline Jat will no longer exist under that name. After 66 years, it will change the name to “Air Serbia”. The new company will be formed together with “Etihad”, foreign partner from Middle East. Serbian state will own 51 percent of the company, and “Etihad” 49, but also the management of […]

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Guca Trumpet Festival Starts Tomorrow! (video)

The biggest trumpet and brass band festival in the world starts tomorrow and will last until August 11th. The Guča trumpet festival, also known as the Dragačevo Assembly is an annual brass band festival held in the town of Guča, near the city of Čačak in the Dragačevo region of western Serbia. Guča is a […]

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