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If Croatia builds Nuclear Waste Dump near BiH Border, 230 Residents will feel Consequences

July 22, 2019 4:00 PM
If Croatia builds Nuclear Waste Dump near BiH Border, 230 Residents will feel Consequences

For two years, Croatia has been officially planning to build a nuclear waste dump at the border with BiH. Now, the Croatian media are writing that the decision is definite and if realized, it would potentially jeopardize 230,000 people in BiH and Croatia. A large number of settlements and cities […]

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Historic Minimum of Number of Unemployed Persons recorded in BiH

May 30, 2019 2:30 PM
Historic Minimum of Number of Unemployed Persons recorded in BiH

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, there are currently 435,260 unemployed persons, and this is a historic minimum – said Muamer Bandic, director of the Agency for Labor and Employment of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In a statement to journalists in Banja Luka, Bandic said that unemployment problems cannot be solved only by […]

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How much are Human Rights respected in BiH?

May 22, 2019 7:00 AM
How much are Human Rights respected in BiH?

The EU continues to closely monitor the respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities, as well as equality between sexes, as part of the EU integration process of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2018 the Commission worked on the preparation of its Opinion for the Council […]

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Alarming Information: more than 70,000 Citizens have renounced BH Citizenship

May 20, 2019 10:00 AM
Alarming Information: more than 70,000 Citizens have renounced BH Citizenship

In the past ten years, more than 70,000 citizens have renounced BH citizenship, data of the Union for the Sustainable Return and Integration of BiH stated. “These are the data we received from the Ministry of Civil Affairs of BiH, each individual had to pay 800 BAM in order to […]

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Residents warn that Bus Stops are not Wheelchair-friendly in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Residents warn that Bus Stops are not Wheelchair-friendly in Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Commuting by bus for me represents independence. However, every time I have to ask the driver to stop closer to the bus stop curb so I can alight safely, even though public transportation vehicles are fitted with wheelchair ramps.“ So says Dušica Lipovac, who would benefit from inclusive public transportation […]

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Sad Story: Destiny played with Three Small Girls from Tuzla

May 13, 2019 4:00 PM
Sad Story: Destiny played with Three Small Girls from Tuzla

The destiny played with three small girls from Tuzla who were abandoned by their parents after birth and for whom grandparents are taking care. One of the girls has problem with eyes, and she can soon be left without a vision because of the sudden increase in diopters was diagnosed. […]

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How many People will still be here in 15 or 20 Years’ Time?

May 3, 2019 2:00 PM
How many People will still be here in 15 or 20 Years’ Time?

When a Bosnian politician announces the creation of 100,000 new jobs, we joke in Bosnia that half of these will be abroad. With Germany’s new regulation on the immigration of skilled workers, an increased number of people could reach Germany- this will have consequences for Bosnia. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, […]

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Promoting of Human Rights for the Elderly through combating Ageism and Discrimination

April 21, 2019 8:00 AM
Promoting of Human Rights for the Elderly through combating Ageism and Discrimination

A project funded by the European Union to promote human rights for the elderly through combating ageism and discrimination officially kicked off with a conference organized in Neum in April 2019. The conference gathered experts and policymakers from Austria, Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to jointly assess the current […]

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Today is International Roma Day, celebrating Romani Culture

April 8, 2019 1:00 PM
Today is International Roma Day, celebrating Romani Culture

The International Romani Day (April 8) is a day to celebrate Romani culture and raise awareness of the issues facing Romani people. According to the census of 2013, 12,583 Roma live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, of whom 10,036 live in the Federation of BiH, 2,057 in Republika Srpska and 490 […]

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Croatian President seeks Continuity of the Policy of Building National Unity with Croats in BiH

March 26, 2019 10:30 AM
Croatian President seeks Continuity of the Policy of Building National Unity with Croats in BiH

Croats are the oldest constituent people in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and one of the pillars of the modern Croatian state, President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović said on Saturday at Open Day for Croats from Bosnia and Herzegovina in her office. “You are not guests, newcomers or an ethnic minority in BiH but […]

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