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Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina issued Statement on Events in Iraq

January 4, 2020 12:45 PM
Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina issued Statement on Events in Iraq

  The Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina announced on Saturday that it is monitoring with great concern the recent developments in Iraq. They recall that Bosnia-Herzegovina joined the EU’s Statement of Protest in Iraq last November. “Giving great importance to the stability of Iraq and the entire region, the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina condemns […]

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Interesting Story about “Immigrant Restaurant” where People can Donate Dinner

December 26, 2019 11:15 AM
Interesting Story about “Immigrant Restaurant” where People can Donate Dinner

  On Tuesday, Washington’s first-ever fast-casual turned cause-casual celebrating immigrants opens less than a block from the White House. The city is taking note. “America’s story is the story of immigrants. Everyone in this country, except for native Americans, has come from somewhere”, says Tea Ivanovic, Immigrant Food’s Director of […]

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Bosnia and Herzegovina and Traditions of its Citizens through Eyes of American Daniel Shachory

November 28, 2019 2:00 PM
Bosnia and Herzegovina and Traditions of its Citizens through Eyes of American Daniel Shachory

  Twenty-nine years old Mr. Daniel Shachory, born and raised in Los Angeles, have always had an interest in culture and learning about people and their way of life. “I have been traveling by hitchhike once a month for the last 7 years. Last year, I decided to change life […]

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Interesting Story about Ljubica Maric who walked from Mexico to Canada

November 21, 2019 9:00 AM
Interesting Story about Ljubica Maric who walked from Mexico to Canada

  Ljubica Maric is 34-years-old and the first woman from Croatia, born in the Brcko District, to cross the 4200-kilometer Pacific Crest Trail, along the USA, from the border with Mexico to the border with Canada. She set off in early April with a group of about thirty people from […]

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Interview with Muhamed Tulic, Bosnian who won the First Place at International Commercial Arbitration Competition

November 7, 2019 12:00 PM
Interview with Muhamed Tulic, Bosnian who won the First Place at International Commercial Arbitration Competition

Muhamed Tulic from Sarajevo, as a member of the Penn State Law Team, won the first place at the Willem C Vis MOOT Court (International Commercial Arbitration Competition) held in Vienna and thus became the best in the world in this field. Mr. Tulic has completed his primary, secondary and […]

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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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HR Valentin Inzko pointed out on the General Paralysis of Political Processes in BiH

November 2, 2019 9:00 AM
HR Valentin Inzko pointed out on the General Paralysis of Political Processes in BiH

  At the end of his stay in Washington and ahead of his semi-annual address before the United Nations Security Council, High Representative Valentin Inzko met yesterday with Professor Daniel Serwer and Dr. Mike Haltzel from the School of Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, who are closely […]

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BiH, US sign Bilateral Military Cooperation Plan for 2020

November 1, 2019 12:00 PM
BiH, US sign Bilateral Military Cooperation Plan for 2020

  A Bilateral Military Cooperation Plan for year 2020 was signed in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) capital Sarajevo on Thursday aiming to enhance the cooperation with the United States (US) Ministry of Defense, BiH’s Ministry of Defense stated in the press release the same day. During the signing ceremony in […]

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Bosniaks living in American St. Louis made a Memorial in the Form of a Srebrenica Flower

October 30, 2019 1:00 PM
Bosniaks living in American St. Louis made a Memorial in the Form of a Srebrenica Flower

  Bosniaks living in American St. Louis made a memorial in the form of a Srebrenica flower in front of the Islamic Center “Jemat Nur”. The construction of the symbol of the most horrific crime in the history of humanity after the Second World War – the Srebrenica genocide – […]

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Bosnian Genocide Survivors shared their Stories at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania

October 28, 2019 10:00 AM
Bosnian Genocide Survivors shared their Stories at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania

  Bosnian genocide survivors shared their stories at Dickinson College’s Genocide, Justice and Hope event Saturday.  Organizers say more than 1,500 Bosnian refugees live in Central Pennsylvania.  Survivors united and revealed the toughest moments in their lives in an effort to heal and stop history from repeating itself. They talked […]

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