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Olympic Spirit has remained to this Day in Sarajevo

February 9, 2020 9:45 AM
Olympic Spirit has remained to this Day in Sarajevo

  36 years ago, the XIV Winter Olympic Games started in Sarajevo. Sarajevo received the organization before Japanese Sappora and Swedish cities Falun and Göteborg. The fairytale lasted from 8-19 February, and according to estimates of relevant experts, those were the best Winter Olympic Games organized until then. Sarajevo Olympics […]

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Border Police Unit prevented Illegal Trafficking of 2,470 Boxes of Cigarettes

February 7, 2020 8:15 PM
Border Police Unit prevented Illegal Trafficking of 2,470 Boxes of Cigarettes

  Members of the Trebinje Border Police Unit have prevented the illegal trafficking of 2,470 boxes of different types of cigarettes without excise stamps, whose market value is estimated at around 9,800 BAM. The cigarettes were discovered during the border check of Fiat car, of Bosnian plates, in the border […]

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“Bosnia is an Artwork that Lives and Breathes”: A Foreigner’s Impressions of the Heart-Shaped Land

February 6, 2020 9:00 PM
“Bosnia is an Artwork that Lives and Breathes”: A Foreigner’s Impressions of the Heart-Shaped Land

  Since childhood I’ve lived on three different continents and an island in the South Sea. I’ve traversed 18 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia and The Oceania. Never before though, have I met a place quite like Bosnia, Miya Yamanouchi starts her conversation with Sarajevo Times. What […]

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Mayors of 58 Municipalities in Bosnia-Herzegovina signed Agreements for Reconstruction of Homes for Displaced Persons

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Mayors of 58 Municipalities in Bosnia-Herzegovina signed Agreements for Reconstruction of Homes for Displaced Persons

  Within the Regional Housing Programme, mayors of 58 municipalities and cities in BiH have signed agreements in Sarajevo to ensure further construction and reconstruction of family homes and apartments for the most vulnerable displaced persons and returnees. The signed agreements entail the reconstruction and construction of some 785 houses […]

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Serbia made the largest trade Surplus with Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Serbia made the largest trade Surplus with Bosnia-Herzegovina

  The country in which Serbia made the largest trade surplus last year, as in previous years, was Bosnia-Herzegovina. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia mainly exported gas oils and motor gasoline, while importing coke, semi-coke of coal and wire of iron and steel. This actually means that Serbia exported more […]

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Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina to hold a Hearing in Case of Former Bosnian Security Minister

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Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina to hold a Hearing in Case of Former Bosnian Security Minister

  The Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina will hold a hearing on Thursday, following a proposal by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia-Herzegovina, in case of Dragan Mektic, the former Minister of Security. Mektic is accused of committing a crime of high corruption by abusing office and authority. Even though SDS party MP […]

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Bevanda and Ruhe signed a Loan Agreement worth 35 Million Euros for the Sarajevo Public Transport

February 5, 2020 7:15 PM
Bevanda and Ruhe signed a Loan Agreement worth 35 Million Euros for the Sarajevo Public Transport

  Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Minister of Finance and Treasury Vjekoslav Bevanda and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Director for Central and Southeastern Europe Charlotte Ruhe signed two public transport financing agreements in Sarajevo on Wednesday. Bevanda and Ruhe signed a loan […]

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Twenty-Sixth Anniversary of Markale Massacre to be marked Today

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Twenty-Sixth Anniversary of Markale Massacre to be marked Today

  Many years after that February day, when the indescribable silence following an explosion at a market in the center of Sarajevo, was broken by the screams of the injured, witnesses to the massacre are still haunted by images of the mosaic of human body parts, debris, and torn clothing… […]

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Things you might not know about Edin Dzeko

February 4, 2020 3:45 PM
Things you might not know about Edin Dzeko

  His upbringing was interrupted by the war in the Balkans. “I was six when the war started. It was terrible. My house was destroyed so we went to live with my grandparents. The whole family was there, maybe 15 people all staying in an apartment. It was very hard. […]

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New Wave of Migrants started with more favorable Weather Conditions

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New Wave of Migrants started with more favorable Weather Conditions

    In the last several days, over 50 migrants have come to Tuzla from Serbia, planning to move towards the western border of Bosnia-Herzegovina and continue their journey to the European Union with more favorable weather conditions, Oslobodenje news portal reports. As before, these are mostly younger men, who […]

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