Anniversary: Seventy Five Years since the Battle on Neretva

May 6, 2018 2:00 PM
Anniversary: Seventy Five Years since the Battle on Neretva

The collapsed bridge in the Neretva River is a symbol of Jablanica and a witness to the history of that area. The bridge was built at the height of 42 meters and was 82 meters long. It was demolished for the needs of one of the best Yugoslav films of […]

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Bjelasnica Mountain is the only one currently covered with Snow

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Bjelasnica Mountain is the only one currently covered with Snow

Bjelasnica Mountain, located some 35 kilometers southwest from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) capital Sarajevo is the only mountain in the Balkans currently covered by snow. The height of snow recorded on Bjelasnica Mountain on Saturday was 18 centimeters. This is certainly not enough for skiing, but visitors to Bjelasnica can […]

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NATO can play the most immediate role in keeping the Balkans towards full Western integration

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NATO can play the most immediate role in keeping the Balkans towards full Western integration

NATO’s leaders will gather at the Brussels Summit in July to strengthen their posture against Russia’s threats to its neighbors as well as Moscow’s more subtle subversion of democracies throughout the West. It is vital that the alliance declare a bold, new initiative at the summit to protect the most […]

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Twenty Two Years ago on This Day Grbavica Stadium opened its Doors (video)

May 3, 2018 6:00 PM
Twenty Two Years ago on This Day Grbavica Stadium opened its Doors (video)

It was May 2, 1996 when Željezničar and Sarajevo played the 66th city derby in the Valley of Cups. After almost four years, Grbavica reopened its gates. It was a spectacle, again, match was played at Željo’s home, again, and the atmosphere was great, again. Although the war scars were […]

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Managing Debt Vulnerabilities in Low-Income and Developing Countries

April 7, 2018 4:00 PM
Managing Debt Vulnerabilities in Low-Income and Developing Countries

Government debt in some of the world’s poorest countries is rising to risky levels, a new IMF report shows. The report looks at economic developments and prospects among the world’s low-income countries, which account for a fifth of the world’s population but only four percent of global output. The report […]

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Una Srabovic-Ryan, a British Bosnian who finally reunited with her Biological Family

April 2, 2018 5:00 PM
Una Srabovic-Ryan, a British Bosnian who finally reunited with her Biological Family

Una Srabovic-Ryan is a British Bosnian whose biological father was killed in the Srebrenica genocide. She was adopted at 6 months and moved with her adoptive family at the age of 5 to the UK. In 2016 she went to Australia to meet her biological mother. It was during her […]

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