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Why the Albanians need tensions in the province of Kosovo i Metohija now?

February 2, 2017 by


One sharp and interesting  analysis of situation in Serbian province of Kosovo Metohija came last week from Andrew Korybko, program host at Radio Sputnik. Mr. Korybko speaks on how the whirlwind of geopolitics, military interests and global giants of business, as well as the change of US administration, could impact the fragile peace in Balkans […]

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

December 26, 2016 by


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 […]

Britain’s Collaboration with pro-Jihadist Forces in Kosovo

November 23, 2016 by


This is an edited extract from Secret Affairs: Britain’s Collusion with Radical Islam Mark Curtis In British mainstream commentary, the 1999 NATO bombing campaign against Slobodan Milosevic’s Yugoslavia is seen as a ‘humanitarian intervention’. Tony Blair still receives much praise for coming to the defence of the ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, whose plight was surely […]

The US government violated UN imposed arms embargo in Bosnia (Video)

October 20, 2016 by


The US government violated UN imposed arms embargo in Bosnia and smuggled weapons to Bosnian Muslims in order to fight against Orthodox Christians Serbs

Former chief NSA analyst: Most of killed in Srebrenica were soldiers (Video)

October 20, 2016 by


Europe forgets that Serbia alone received 900,000 refugees in the nineties

September 20, 2015 by


While Europe  is  flooded with thousands of refugees and migrants, when wall rise throughout the continent, seems that the Europe had forgotten that tiny Serbia, hermetically closed, isolated and kept under rigid UN overall economic and non economic sanctions, had, alone, received between 800 000 and 900 000 refugees. While Europeans, led by Germany quarrel […]

Valjevo: 74th year of the first German reprisals in Serbia: Remembering murdered antifascists

July 29, 2015 by


KOSJERIĆ – In the presence of relatives, representatives of local authorities and veterans’ organizations, at the memorial cemetery in Bukovi, along the main road Kosjerić – Valjevo,  memorial service for 81 Serbian patriot was served on Tuesday. They were executed on 28 July 1941, after retaliation for a murdered German soldier. German soldier shooting those […]