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Little Boy Said from Srebrenica is a Miracle Child

May 26, 2017 7:45 AM
Little Boy Said from Srebrenica is a Miracle Child

Said Sakic from Srebrenica is only two and a half years old and a real miracle child. Teachers in the kindergarten “Proletarac” realized that Said can recognize more than sixty flags of countries from all around the world. He still cannot pronounce names of these countries, but he has no […]

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The International Holocaust Remembrance Day marked in Sarajevo

January 28, 2017 8:45 AM
The International Holocaust Remembrance Day marked in Sarajevo

With prayer for the victims, yesterday in the Jewish community in Sarajevo started commemoration of the 27th of January, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The UN General Assembly adopted the resolution on the marking of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day on the session on the 1st of November 2005. For […]

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Goran Milic: I shook hands with Castro, he was a Beast on the Podium

November 27, 2016 8:00 AM
Goran Milic: I shook hands with Castro, he was a Beast on the Podium

One of the most famous and well-known journalists in the region, Goran Milic, believes that after the death of former President Fidel Castro, Cuba will expect a different fate in which the greatest danger is preserving the social peace and the habits of equality at the expense of foreign borrowing. […]

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Anniversary of the Discovery of Mass Grave Tihotina marked 

September 5, 2016 1:15 PM
Anniversary of the Discovery of Mass Grave Tihotina marked 

Fourteenth anniversary of the discovery of the mass grave at the locality of Tihotina was marked yesterday. This mass grave contained remains of the brutally killed Bosniaks from the territory of Bihać settlements Orašac, Kulen Vakuf, Ćukovi and Klisa and from the territory of the Ključ Municipality. According to Irfan […]

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91 Years since the Birth of Alija Izetbegović: Man who was a Symbol of one Era

August 9, 2016 11:00 AM
91 Years since the Birth of Alija Izetbegović: Man who was a Symbol of one Era

By laying flowers and saying a prayer at the Martyrs’ Cemetery Kovači, Chairman of the Presidency of BiH and President of the Party of Democratic Action (SDA) Bakir Izetbegović marked 91 years since the birth of the first president of the Presidency of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and […]

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Opening of the Memorial Center in Rudo today

August 6, 2016 8:00 AM
Opening of the Memorial Center in Rudo today

Memorial Center in Rudo, built in memory of the 103 killed innocent civilians from this area who were forever taken from their homes in 1992, will be opened today. The memorial plaque of this center, which is the main part of the complex, shows the names of all killed and […]

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City Council gives green Light for Veterans’ Monument

July 29, 2016 7:15 PM
City Council gives green Light for Veterans’ Monument

City Council gave consent for construction of a monument for Bosnian special forces members in the park next to the Secondary Gymnasium. Initiative for the construction of the monument was submitted by the Veterans’ Association – Veterans of the Police Detachment “Bosna” of the Sarajevo Canton. A councilor and member […]

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Remember the Man who resembles the former President of Yugoslavia?

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Remember the Man who resembles the former President of Yugoslavia?

This photograph from 2012 shows Josip Broz Tito in a public transportation vehicle, or at least someone who strongly resembles the former president of Yugoslavia. The photograph was taken in Skopje. Many people joked how he does not ride in a limo anymore and that his standard has fallen. Until […]

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March to Visojevica in Memory of the Victims of WWII

July 26, 2016 8:00 AM
March to Visojevica in Memory of the Victims of WWII

Mountaineering Club “Igman” from Sarajevo organized traditional march to Visojevica this weekend in memory of Mustafa Dovadzija and Janko Balorda, illegals from WW II who were brutally tortured and thrown into the pit Bezdan, as well as the victims that were killed during the war in BiH. The event was […]

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He himself, Bone by Bone, found the Remains of more than 200 Srebrenica Victims

July 11, 2016 2:45 PM
He himself, Bone by Bone, found the Remains of more than 200 Srebrenica Victims

By walking dozens of kilometers of forest paths and trails in the close vicinity of Bratunac almost every day in the past 15 years, Ramiz Nukic alone, bone by bone, found more than 200 bodies of Srebrenica victims killed in July 1995. Ramiz Nukic from the village Buljim, near Bratunac, […]

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