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Charges: Minnesota man hid Bosnian war crimes

A Minnesota man has been charged with immigration fraud for failing to disclose his military service in Bosnia-Herzegovina during the war there in the...

Press freedom in the Balkans: Troublesome times

The media across the Balkans and in former Yugoslavia are doing badly, commercially and politically. Every year Reporters without Borders, a journalists’ lobby, ranks...

Eight hundred km walk to support his favorite sports club

An ardent fan of Partizan, Gregor Okiljevic, is travelling from Slovenia to Belgrade on foot in order to express his love for his favorite...

15 years on: NATO intervention against Serbia

Exactly 15 years ago, on March 24, NATO began its 78-day bombing of Yugoslavia. The alliance bypassed the UN under a “humanitarian” pretext, launching...

B&H’s dependency ratio a mere 1.13 to 1

The ratio of workers to pensioners, known as the support (or dependency) ratio, is worst in Bosnia and Herzegovina in comparison to other countries...

Yugoslavia vs USSR: All-Star basketball showdown

Veterans of the former basketball superpowers Yugoslavia and the USSR will gather in Belgrade on the 1st of February to play an exhibition game, as part...

B&H player makes it to the third round of the Australian...

Bosnian tennis player Damir Dzumhur, 21, qualified among the 32 best tennis players for the third round of the Australian Open after his second...

If Yugoslavia Were an EU Member

The results of a study conducted by the German Society for Foreign Policy showed that the European Union would be stronger if former Yugoslavia,...
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