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Winner of the Nobel Prize for literature Ivo Andric was born on this Day

October 9, 2019 9:00 AM
Winner of the Nobel Prize for literature Ivo Andric was born on this Day

  Winner of the Nobel Prize for literature, successful diplomat of Yugoslavia, a giant of European literature and an intellectual whose work some people want to dispute nowadays, Ivo Andrić, was born on October 9, 1892 in Dolac near Travnik. Andrić spent his childhood in Višegrad, where he finished elementary […]

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Liberal Islam in BiH since Ottoman Empire until Today

September 21, 2019 1:00 PM
Liberal Islam in BiH since Ottoman Empire until Today

The majority of Bosnians gradually accepted Islam after the Ottomans brought it to the region in the 15th century. They ruled until 1878, when they lost Bosnia to a longtime rival: the Austro-Hungarian empire. Many Bosniaks at that point felt uncomfortable under their new rulers, not least because classic texts […]

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Court of BiH dismissed all Accusations in the Case of Minet Akeljic et al. over War Crimes

August 9, 2019 11:30 AM
Court of BiH dismissed all Accusations in the Case of Minet Akeljic et al. over War Crimes

Having held a hearing in the criminal case against the accused Minet Akeljić, Šaban Haskić, Senad Bilal a.k.a. Zaim, Hazim Patković and Šemsudin Đelilović, the Appellate Division Panel of Section I for War Crimes at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina delivered a judgment dismissing as ill-founded the appeal filed […]

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Court of BiH delivered a Decision in the Case of Five Persons over War Crimes

August 7, 2019 8:00 AM
Court of BiH delivered a Decision in the Case of Five Persons over War Crimes

Having held a hearing in the criminal case against the accused Minet Akeljić, Šaban Haskić, Senad Bilal a.k.a. Zaim, Hazim Patković and Šemsudin Đelilović, the Appellate Division Panel of Section I for War Crimes at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina delivered a judgment dismissing as ill-founded the appeal filed […]

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Take a Look at the first Recording of the life-long President of Yugoslavia

June 17, 2019 4:00 PM
Take a Look at the first Recording of the life-long President of Yugoslavia

The first recordings of the life-long president of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito were published years after his death. It is a shot taken by British photojournalists back in 1944, during his visit to Drvar, where the 2nd Congress of the United Alliance of Anti-Fascist Youth of Yugoslavia took place. These […]

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Prime Minister once again called on Croatia to return BH Property

May 11, 2019 3:00 PM
Prime Minister once again called on Croatia to return BH Property

Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers Chairman Denis Zvizdic on Friday once again accused Croatia of failing to comply with its obligations from the treaty on succession to the former Yugoslavia and return BiH property on its territory, but said he would like the problem to be resolved through dialogue, not international […]

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Interesting: Residential Museum where everything is “Made in Yugoslavia”

April 10, 2019 9:00 AM
Interesting: Residential Museum where everything is “Made in Yugoslavia”

The residential museum where everything is “Made in Yugoslavia” is located at Dorcol in Belgrade. His creator and owner, Mario Milakovic who is graduated costume maker, is taking care of its decoration. Yugodom represents a real residential museum, but it is possible to visit it in the periods when there […]

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Sarajevo, a Pretty Old Town with Cobbled Streets and Tiny Stores

March 23, 2019 4:00 PM
Sarajevo, a Pretty Old Town with Cobbled Streets and Tiny Stores

“My trip to Bosnia was a part of my tour of the Balkan peninsula south-eastern Europe. I must confess that when I planned the trip I had little idea of what to expext from it and I did not expect too much since I had mentally told myself that former […]

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Nobel Prize Winner Ivo Andric died on March 13th

March 14, 2019 8:00 AM
Nobel Prize Winner Ivo Andric died on March 13th

Nobel Prize winner for literature, a successful diplomat of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the giant of European literature and intellectual whose work today some people want to deny – Ivo Andric, died on the 13th of March 1975. Andric was born in 1892, in Dolac near Travnik. He spent his […]

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March 1st is a Non-working Day in the Federation of BiH

February 25, 2019 5:00 PM
March 1st is a Non-working Day in the Federation of BiH

Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, on the occasion of March 1st, the Independence Day of BiH, announces that, in accordance with the declaration of March 1, national authorities, companies and other legal persons will not work. Independence Day is a national holiday which is celebrated on the 1st of […]

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