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Interesting Story: Tito avoided only One City in the Former Yugoslavia

September 29, 2020 10:15 AM
Interesting Story: Tito avoided only One City in the Former Yugoslavia

  The urban legend says that Tito did not like only Cacak from all the cities in the former Yugoslavia. During his rule, Tito was seven times in Cacak, but always while passing by, on his way to Uzice. He was never in Cacak by the plan, and historians believe […]

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Bosnia allocates Two Million BAM for Reconstruction of Former Residence in Vienna

September 27, 2020 12:00 PM
Bosnia allocates  Two Million BAM for Reconstruction of Former Residence in Vienna

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bisera Turkovic and the Ambassador of BiH to Austria Kemal Kozaric visited the former residence owned by our country in Vienna, the reconstruction of which is planned for the next two years. It is a beautiful building of exceptional value, located […]

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Bosnian Court handed down Appeals Judgment in the Ibro Merkez Case for War Crimes

July 25, 2020 8:15 AM
Bosnian Court handed down Appeals Judgment in the Ibro Merkez Case for War Crimes

  On 24 July 2020 the Appellate Division Panel of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina handed down an appeals judgment in the Ibro Merkez case, acquitting the accused of the charges that, in violation of the rules of international law, during the armed conflict between the Army of RBiH […]

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Will BiH get Embassies in New Delhi, Moscow, Brazil and Addis Ababa as Yugoslavia Successor Country?

January 16, 2020 6:00 PM
Will BiH get Embassies in New Delhi, Moscow, Brazil and Addis Ababa as Yugoslavia Successor Country?

  Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro and Macedonia, the successor states of the former Yugoslavia (SFRY), even though it has been 19 years, have not yet fully implemented the Agreement on Succession Issues, which committed themselves to a fair division of property. Zagreb Agreement As Adnan Hadzikapetanovic, secretary of the BiH […]

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BiH’s Court sentenced Kahro Vejzovic on Six Years Imprisonment for War Crimes

May 17, 2019 10:00 AM
BiH’s Court sentenced Kahro Vejzovic on Six Years Imprisonment for War Crimes

In the criminal case against the accused Kahro Vejzović, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Court of BiH/Court), having held the trial, delivered a second-instance Judgment on 16 May 2019 finding the accused Kahro Vejzović guilty of the criminal offense of War Crime against the Civilian Population in violation of […]

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Elfeta Veselji sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment for War Crimes against Civilians

May 8, 2019 5:00 PM
Elfeta Veselji sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment for War Crimes against Civilians

In the criminal case against the accused Sakib Halilović and Elfeta Veselji, having completed the trial, on 8 May 2019 the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina handed down a trial judgment finding the accused Elfeta Veselji guilty of the criminal offense of War Crimes against Civilians under Article 142(1) of […]

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Story about the only organized Rebellion of the People against the Government in Yugoslavia

November 26, 2018 8:00 PM
Story about the only organized Rebellion of the People against the Government in Yugoslavia

On the 6th of May 1950 in Cazin Krajina, in around 20 villages of Cazin and Kladusa district and neighboring villages across Korana River in Kordun, there was only one, recorded in the history, organized armed rebellion of people against the government in the former Yugoslavia. The rebels attacked several […]

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History Lesson: Facts about BiH that we should all know!

November 25, 2018 3:00 PM
History Lesson: Facts about BiH that we should all know!

Bosnia was mentioned for the first time in the document De Administrando Imperio, the political-geographic manuscript of Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII between 948 and 952, where it was described as a small country of Bosnia. 1154 – Bosnian banovina was founded. 1377 – The Kingdom of Bosnia was founded under […]

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Mysterious Death of the most powerful Politician in BiH still not resolved

October 4, 2018 10:30 AM
Mysterious Death of the most powerful Politician in BiH still not resolved

Hamdija Pozderac, one of the strongest and most influential politicians from BiH during the era of communism, died on April 7, 1988, under mysterious circumstances. He is particularly responsible for the recognition of Muslims as one of the three constituent peoples in the then BiH. His removal from the political […]

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Favourite Tito’s Residence to be available for Tourists soon

August 23, 2018 2:00 PM
Favourite Tito’s Residence to be available for Tourists soon

Residency of the former president of SFR Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito, which is located on the Adriatic island of Vanga, will be opened to tourists 38 years after his death. Everything is ready and prepared for the first visitors to come to Vanga, which has been closed to public for […]

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