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Seselj: Srebrenica a ‘Black Spot’ for Serbs

December 22, 2014 0

Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj, freed by the Hague Tribunal for cancer treatment, said the Srebrenica massacres were a crime but did not amount to genocide.

Republika Srpska gets new government

December 18, 2014 0

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska (RS) has a new government, headed by Zeljka Cvijanovic, who has embarked on her second term as prime

BiH: Mass grave with Serb victims near Mostar?

December 17, 2014 0

BELGRADE – Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor’s Office announced on Wednesday that an investigation has been launched into a mass grave in the village of Radice near Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), suspected to hold the remains of Serb victims of war crimes committed in 1993 and 1994.

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BiH: Seven primary school students pregnant after five-day excursion

December 17, 2014 0

BANJA LUKA  – Primary school students from a small town in Bosnia and Herzegovina went to a five-day excursion, and after some

BiH: Ten Former Bosnian Serb Officials Arrested

December 16, 2014 0

Ten former high-ranking Bosnian Serb officials were arrested Tuesday on suspicion of killing dozens of Muslim civilians at the start of 1992-1995 Bosnian war. Police in Bosnia on Tuesday arrested the former military and police officials during raids at several locations in the northeastern part of the country.

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EU seeks to revive BiH’s membership bid

December 16, 2014 0

The European Union agreed yesterday to implement a German-British plan to revive Bosnia and Herzegovina’s bid to join the bloc, which rests on a new government’s commitment to reform, EurActiv.com reported.

BiH: Three persons arrested for war crime against Serbs

December 15, 2014 0

JAJCE – Three persons were arrested in the territory of Jajce, central Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), on suspicion of committing war crimes against Serb civilians.

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“What Do We Fight For Today?” Notes from the Trial of Radovan Karadžić

“What Do We Fight For Today?” Notes from the Trial of Radovan Karadžić

December 14, 2014 0

What did we fight for? What do we fight for today? To put it in even simpler terms, was it worth it? Sitting in the public gallery at the ICTY, observing the man I ‘worked’ for over the summer, these questions were pressing.

Samantha Power and the shameful US support for Nazism

Samantha Power and the shameful US support for Nazism

December 13, 2014 0

Despite the illusion of respectability and "objectivity" (after all, this particular presentation was at the Harvard Law School), it was immediately apparent to me that the forum did not tell the entire tragedy of Srebrenica.

BiH Charges 15 Serbs For War Crimes

December 13, 2014 0

Prosecutors in Bosnia have indicted 15 ethnic Serb suspects for allegedly killing more than 150 Muslim civilians during the Bosnian War, AFP

Crying for a Cause: Celebrity Humanitarianism, Angelina Jolie and Bosnia’s Single Story

Crying for a Cause: Celebrity Humanitarianism, Angelina Jolie and Bosnia’s Single Story

December 11, 2014 0

Who did Jolie’s tears, visits, film, and statements aid? Whose story does the celebrity-driven attention omit? What is different in Bosnia in particular, and with respect to coming to terms with mass rape as a war crime in general, in light of Jolie’s efforts? What happens after she wipes away her tears and leaves?

Russia Says Western Integration Not Bosnia’s Only Option

December 11, 2014 0

Britain and Germany have proposed unlocking EU cash and putting economic measures before political reforms in a bid to raise Bosnia out of a period of deep stagnation and move it along the path to EU accession, Reuters reports.

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Ministar energetike Aleksandar Antić najavio je danas da bi na prvoj sledećoj sednici Vlade trebalo da bude usvojen plan restrukturiranja "Srbijagasa".

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Koliko je korporativna odgovornost bitna, dokaz je uspešna saradnja saradnja Denjub fud grupe (DFG) i Unicefa, koja je brojnoj deci vratila najdragocenije - osmeh na lice.

Serbia to Cut 27,000 Public Sector Jobs

Serbia’s parliament started discussing a draft budget for 2015 which contains plans to reduce the number of workers in state-owned companies and the public sector by five per cent.

Do 2020. u sektoru MSP 950.000 zaposlenih

Plan Vlade Srbije je da do 2020. godine broj malih i srednjih preduzeća (MSP) bude povećan sa sadašnjih 315.000 na 350.000, broj zaposlenih sa 768.000 na oko 950.000 i da ostvaruju više od tri odsto bruto društvenog proizvoda...

Nikolić i Jakunjin o rekonstrukciji srpskih pruga

Predsednik Republike Srbije Tomislav Nikolić izjavio je danas da su aktuelni projekti rekonstrukcije srpskih pruga na kojima su angažovane „Ruske železnice", pre svega radovi na deonicama Beograd - Pančevo i Beograd - Novi Sad, osnova za druge projekte.

Prodati zapisi tri milijarde dinara

Uprava za javni dug Srbije prodala je danas na ponovljenoj aukciji 41,2 odsto ponuđenih pedesettronedeljnih zapisa ukupne vrednosti tri milijarde dinara, objavilo je Ministarstvo finansija.

Ministar Gašić: Početkom godine “Prvi partizan” će imati 1.100 stalno zaposlenih

Ministar odbrane Bratislav Gašić danas je u fabrici namenske industrije “Prvi partizan” u Užicu otvorio novi proizvodni pogon, površine 1.000 kvadrata u kome će se izrađivati čaura za pištoljsku i puščanu municiju.

Letter of complaint to BBC: Serbs did not open Europe’s doors to the Mujahideen

Letter of complaint to BBC: Serbs did not open Europe’s doors to the Mujahideen

British-Serb academic Dana Lazarević responds to BBC radio programme which admits that jihadists fought in Bosnia but places blame on Serbs.

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