Zagreb: Monument to Yuri Gagarin distorted, set on fire

January 4, 2017
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Zagreb – Embassy of the Russian Federation in Zagreb condemned the act of vandalism when monument of the first man in space, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was set on fire and damaged. Monumet to Yuri Gararin, Zagreb The incident occured during the New Year celebration when some ‘unindentified hoologans’  – (expression used every time some Serbian property […]

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Leaving US Diplomats preventing Dodik to go on Trump’s inauguration

December 26, 2016
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BANJALUKA, December 24 /SRNA/ – SNSD leader Milorad Dodik has told SRNA that a US diplomat has recently asked him in a telephone conversation to give up the SNSD policy and its declaration and to heed the call by the BiH Prosecutor’s Office. “I had a telephone conversation with the Deputy US Secretary of Sate […]

Timothy Less advocates reshaping of Balkan boundaries

December 22, 2016
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TIMOTHY LESS,  Director of Nova Europa, former diplomat in Banja Luka, an Associate Researcher at the University of Cambridge’s Forum on Geopolitics and formerly a British diplomat in Skopje in his lates article for Foreign Affairs magazine discusses perspective of Balkans and suggests that the EU and USA should abandon their policy of enforcing multiethnicity […]

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Wiesenthal Center Denounces Plaque With Ustasha Slogan in Jasenovac site of Mass Murder by Ustasha while EU remains silent

December 13, 2016
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  Wiesenthal Center Denounces Plaque With Ustasha Slogan in Town of Jasenovac, Site of Mass Murder by Ustasha December 6, 2016 Jerusalem – The Simon Wiesenthal Center today denounced the use of an Ustasha (Croatian fascist) slogan on a memorial plaque to Croatian soldiers who fell in the 90s, in the village of Jasenovac, site […]

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Obama’s ‘Unfinished Business’ – Part II- Balkans and Middle East

December 12, 2016
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Every Us president had left some unfinished job. Andrew Korybko, program host at Radio Sputnik,  speaks about  the job(s) Obama  leaves unfinished. Obama is no different than any of his predecessors in this regard. After Fighting in Syria and Iraq , the 44th President didn’t immediately pick up where his predecessor left off in the Balkans and instead […]

Obama’s ‘Unfinished Business’ and the Balkans (Part 1)

December 11, 2016
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Every Us president had left some unfinished job. Andrew Korybko, program host at Radio Sputnik,  speaks about  the job(s) Obama  leaves unfinished. The Power of the President :  Obama ‘Involved United States in Four Ongoing Wars’ The prevailing myth is that the American President is some sort of omnipotent force capable of changing the course of global history with the […]

Revision of Criminal Code:Indirect recognition of guilt for something that never happened

November 25, 2016
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.. and putting real crimes aside. Since the process of revision of Serbia’s criminal code is aboout to end and masks are going down. It’s clear that the revision had a single goal: to introduce a change in the Criminal Code that would make “genocide denial” a crime in Serbia.  And not  every genocide, but […]