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Revenues from Indirect Taxes amount to over 3 Billion BAM

June 7, 2019 11:00 AM
Revenues from Indirect Taxes amount to over 3 Billion BAM

Revenues from indirect taxes in the first five months of 2019 amounted to 3 billion and 205 million BAM, up by 265 million BAM or 9.04% compared to the same period of 2018 when it amounted to 2 billion and 939 million BAM. After Indirect Taxation Authority carried out VAT […]

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Sarajevo will receive a New Cinema Multiplex Complex

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Sarajevo will receive a New Cinema Multiplex Complex

As of next year, Sarajevo will receive a new cinema multiplex complex at the Marijin Dvor settlement. Cinema Cineplex will be fully equipped and will have eight halls of up to 1,400 seats. “In partnership with the Cineplex Management Board of Austria and the selfless help of the Sarajevo Film […]

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Residents of BiH can enjoy Sunny Weather with 30 Degrees Celsius Today!

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Residents of BiH can enjoy Sunny Weather with 30 Degrees Celsius Today!

Although the forecasts of the Federal Hydrometeorological Institute differ from others, it is common that from Friday, June 7th, the daily temperatures in BiH will be between 23 and 29 degrees Celsius, and in the north of the country even more. Also, on June 7th, temperatures will increase, so the […]

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Statistics: Consumer Basket and Expenses for Four-Memberd Family

June 6, 2019 7:00 PM
Statistics: Consumer Basket and Expenses for Four-Memberd Family

The consumer basket, calculated by the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the month of May 2019, amounts to 2,039.86 BAM and for 34,99 BAM it is cheaper than the consumer basket for the previous month. The average salary paid in the Federation of Bosnia and […]

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Interesting Story about a US High School Student who will spend a Year in BiH

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Interesting Story about a US High School Student who will spend a Year in BiH

When Rose LaBay starts her senior year in the fall, it will be in a country she’s never been to, surrounded by people speaking a language she doesn’t know. And she could not be more excited. The Pine Tree student will spend her senior year studying abroad in Bosnia, an […]

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Continuation of Excavations of Mass Grave, Parts of Bones and Clothing found

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Continuation of Excavations of Mass Grave, Parts of Bones and Clothing found

On Igman Mountain, between the localities of Golo Brdo and Lokvice, the continuation of works on the excavation of the mass grave found yesterday at this site, which is supposed to contain the remains of twelve and possibly more missing persons from the area of Donji Hadzici during the recent […]

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Over 1,600 Women to participate on Third dm Race in Sarajevo

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Over 1,600 Women to participate on Third dm Race in Sarajevo

On Sunday, June 9th, at the Vilsonovo promenade in Sarajevo Third dm women’s race will take place, and according to the number of registered runners, the most impressive women’s race is expected so far. With the intent of responding as many women and thus encouraging positive changes when it comes […]

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UNDP has reconstructed more than 140 Public Buildings across BiH

June 5, 2019 7:00 PM
UNDP has reconstructed more than 140 Public Buildings across BiH

The Red Cross of Orašje has organized the ceremonial program to mark the finalization of energy retrofit of the building. On that occasion, the students of the Primary School Orašje, the volunteers and the members of the Red Cross branch have performed simulation exercise of providing first aid after fire […]

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Over Five Percent less Pupils enrolled in the School Year in BiH

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Over Five Percent less Pupils enrolled in the School Year in BiH

In the school year 2018/2019, on the territory of BiH, there were 117.764 pupils enrolled in 313 schools, which was 6.384 pupils less or 5,1 % lower in comparison with the previous year. In the school year 2018/2019, there were 12.559 teachers included in the education process, out of which […]

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History Class: Tradition in 17th Century in Sarajevo

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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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