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Indictment against Ten People for smuggling of at least 141 Illegal Migrants

April 5, 2020 11:45 AM
Indictment against Ten People for smuggling of at least 141 Illegal Migrants

  It is an international regional operation in which prosecutor’s offices and law enforcement agencies from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia, in a joint cooperation, have discovered organized groups for smuggling of migrants. These accused persons are charged with smuggling of at least 141 illegal migrants. Prosecutor from the […]

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Famous Bosnian Boxer opens “Sarajevo-Inn Grunewald” Restaurant in Berlin

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Famous Bosnian Boxer opens “Sarajevo-Inn Grunewald” Restaurant in Berlin

  The boxing champion Muamer Hukić known as Marco Huck is only one of the many successful athletes who recently had an opportunity to enjoy a gastronomic experience in the pleasant, homelike ambience of the “Sarajevo-Inn Grunewald” restaurant in Berlin. This unique restaurant in Berlin, striking and alluring not only […]

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Bosnians financially helped a Local Hospital in Italy during Coronavirus Pandemic

March 30, 2020 4:30 PM
Bosnians financially helped a Local Hospital in Italy during Coronavirus Pandemic

  The Lombardy region is the most hit part of Italy by coronavirus and currently has over 10,000 citizens, originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina.  So far, unfortunately, one Bosnian man died from the effects of coronavirus and the rest, according to information, are all well and healthy, was stated by […]

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Ambassador Makarevic: Two Bosnians in Norway tested positive for Coronavirus

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Ambassador Makarevic: Two Bosnians in Norway tested positive for Coronavirus

  Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Norway Nedim Makarevic said that as of today, the number of coronavirus infected in Norway has increased to 4,245. He noted that the number of deaths increased to 26 and the number of hospitalized to 316. “The Norwegian Institute of Public Health estimates that […]

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Gallup: Bosnians and Herzegovinians have the best Hygiene Habits

March 13, 2020 12:45 PM
Gallup: Bosnians and Herzegovinians have the best Hygiene Habits

  Bosnians and Herzegovinians have the best hygiene habits, according to a recent Gallup poll. As many as 96 percent of BiH’s residents wash their hands regularly, followed by Turks (94%). These high results undoubtedly refer to the Islamic process of washing hands (mouth, nostrils, hands, heads and feet) as […]

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Bosnians in Sweden traditionally gather at Ski Resort to strengthen their Ties

January 6, 2020 7:30 PM
Bosnians in Sweden traditionally gather at Ski Resort to strengthen their Ties

  For five years in a row, the APU Network (Network of Academics, Entrepreneurs and Artists), an association of Bosnian-Herzegovinian people in Sweden, have been organizing a one-week “Snowflake” ski school during the Christmas holidays. The event is traditionally organized at Idre Fjäll, a ski center in Älvdalens, a municipality […]

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25 Years of Work to give Bosnians a Status of National Minority in Austria

December 20, 2019 8:15 PM
25 Years of Work to give Bosnians a Status of National Minority in Austria

  The Bosnian Academic Society in Austria marks a quarter of a century this year.  Thanks, first and foremost, to the energy of the current president and one of the founding members, Siraj Duhan and his obsessive struggle for the status of Bosnians in Austria, this association, as well as […]

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Thanksgiving Day in Chicago: Bosnians and Lutherans organized Action to Help poor Neighbors

December 4, 2019 3:00 PM
Thanksgiving Day in Chicago: Bosnians and Lutherans organized Action to Help  poor Neighbors

  The Association ‘’Bosnian Youth of Chicago’’, which was founded in 2013 to connect young compatriots through a variety of activities, has successfully implemented a humanitarian action of donating canned food for Thanksgiving Day, a North American holiday celebrated every fourth Thursday in November. They have carried out the action […]

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They are St. Louisans and their Journeys began half a World away

November 5, 2019 1:00 PM
They are St. Louisans and their Journeys began half a World away

    They are turning back the pages of their memories to the worst chapters of their lives. They are St. Louisans but didn’t grow up here. Their journeys began half a world away. “The first Bosnians began arriving in St. Louis in 1993,” explained Dr. Benjamin Moore. Moore is […]

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History Class: Tradition in 17th Century in Sarajevo

June 5, 2019 1:00 PM
History Class: Tradition in 17th Century in Sarajevo

Evliya Celebi, a Turkish travel writer, visited Sarajevo in 1660. This, as he wrote, the beautiful stone city had 17,000 houses and 300 Sebilj which were built out of love for the martyrs of Karbala. The climate in this town is very pleasant, writes Celebi, and the people are blushed. […]

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