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Flory Jagoda is a Bosnian-Jewish born Guitarist, composer and Songwriter

September 15, 2019 11:00 AM
Flory Jagoda is a Bosnian-Jewish born Guitarist, composer and Songwriter

Peaceful and strong-spirited, that’s how Flory Jagoda’s daughters Betty and Lori would like her to be remembered. Flory Jagoda is a Bosnian-Jewish born guitarist, composer and singer-songwriter. She comes from a centuries-old tradition with roots in the Iberian Peninsula, and is the last remaining member of the Altaras family lineage. […]

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Mirela Karahmetovic is a famous Make-Up Artist living in Australia

September 2, 2019 3:00 PM
Mirela Karahmetovic is a famous Make-Up Artist living in Australia

Mirela Karahmetovic is a girl whose parents are originally from B&H, and they are now living in Australia. Mirela is engaged in the art of make-up, and she promotes her talent on Instagram. She entered in the world of makeup after she did a three-year training for hairdressers with her […]

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Bosnian Dzenita Mujkanovic in a Humane Mission in Sri Lanka

September 1, 2019 2:00 PM
Bosnian Dzenita Mujkanovic in a Humane Mission in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, a country full of exotic destinations, faces with numerous problems and the minimal resources and lack of solutions have put this country in a great need for volunteers from all over the world who can and want to help. Dzenita Mujkanovic, a student at Richmond Park International High […]

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Charter of Kulin Ban was written on this day in 1189

August 29, 2019 8:00 PM
Charter of Kulin Ban was written on this day in 1189

The Charter of the Bosnian Ban Kulin was written on August 29, 1189 on Old Bosnian language and in Bosnian letter – the Bosnian Cyrillic. This document is not only the oldest preserved Bosnian state document found so far, but it is also the oldest state document of all nations […]

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Seventh Year in a Row, Students from Konjevic Polje do not have the Right to Study in Bosnian Language

August 27, 2019 2:30 PM
Seventh Year in a Row, Students from Konjevic Polje do not have the Right to Study in Bosnian Language

The new school year for about 130 Bosniak students from Konjevic-Polje in Republika Srpska will begin on September 2nd at the Education Center in Nova Kasaba and this is the seventh year since parents have been fighting for their children’s right to study a national group of subjects and to […]

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This is Bosnian who has invented over 20 Patents and Patent Applications (Video)

August 25, 2019 1:00 PM
This is Bosnian who has invented over 20 Patents and Patent Applications (Video)

Elvir Causevic is a technology and intellectual property (IP) investment banking professional, focused on financial analysis, licensing, sales and acquisitions of IP assets. Elvir holds a B.S., M.S. and Doctor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, and a J.D. degree from the University of […]

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Bosnian filmmaker Ines Tanovic speaks about her Movie ‘The Son’ and Projects in the Future

August 20, 2019 10:00 AM
Bosnian filmmaker Ines Tanovic speaks about her Movie ‘The Son’ and Projects in the Future

Bosnian filmmaker Ines Tanovic returns to the Sarajevo Film Fest with this year’s opening film, “The Son.” Her second feature film continues the examination of family that began with her segment in the 2010 omnibus film “Some Other Stories,” about a young man at the end of the Bosnian war […]

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Serb from Banja Luka has kept Quran for 27 Years and returned it to Muslims

August 16, 2019 6:00 PM
Serb from Banja Luka has kept Quran for 27 Years and returned it to Muslims

A Serb of Banja Luka returned Quran to jamaat (gathering of Muslims) in Banja Luka, to the Vrbnjaska mosque. He found the Quran after the demolition of the Vrbanja mosque in 1993 and has kept it ever since. The man, who did not want to reveal the name, has kept […]

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Bosnian Carpet Ready for the Opening of the Jubilee Edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival

August 15, 2019 3:00 PM
Bosnian Carpet Ready for the Opening of the Jubilee Edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival

All preparations are completed for the opening of the jubilee edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival, held August 16-23 under the patronage of UNESCO. Some 3,000 colourful chairs have been set up at Raiffeisen Open Air, the Festival’s biggest venue. A new, specially designed red carpet was rolled out outside […]

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Traditional Bosnian Carpet ready for Sarajevo Film Festival Opening Ceremony

July 28, 2019 10:00 AM
Traditional Bosnian Carpet ready for Sarajevo Film Festival Opening Ceremony

In cooperation with and under the auspices of the City of Sarajevo and its mayor Abdulah Skaka, the red carpet – a recognizable symbol of one of the most significant European film festivals – will get a new look. The design of the new red carpet, which will traditionally be […]

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