UNICEF Suspends Montenegrin Rock Star Over Sexual Harassment Claim
Rock musician Antonije Pusic at a UNICEF conference in Podgorica. Photo: UNICEF Montenegro/Dusko Miljanic
"UNICEF has zero tolerance to any form of sexual misconduct," the UNICEF office in Montenegro said in a statement.
Ljubljana Film Festival back in full splendour or nearly there
The Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe) will delight film lovers for the 33rd time between 9 and 20 November, this time with 90 feature-length and some 30 short films.
Croatia Confirms Pilot’s Death in Military Helicopter Crash
The Croatian Defence Ministry said on Monday that a military helicopter had crashed into the Adriatic Sea that morning, killing the pilot.
It said the air force OH-58 D Kiowa helicopter crashed between the island of Zlarin and the coastal town of Zablace near Sibenik. The pilot was confirmed dead while the search for the second crew member was ongoing.
Data Leaks and Ship Tracking: BIRN’s 10th Summer School Begins
The 10th edition of the BIRN Summer School of Investigative Journalism kicked off on Monday in the Montenegrin coastal town of Herceg Novi.
The weeklong summer school brings together journalists from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and the United States.
Reports: Another Serb gunned down in Johannesburg
His identity has not been revealed, but Belgrade-based Vecernje Novosti daily writes on Tuesday, citing unofficial information, that the man was originally from Belgrade.
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Yugoslav Author's Nobel Prize Exhibit Opens in Montenegro
Ivo Andric's 1961 Nobel Prize medal is part of an exhibition opening on Friday in the Montenegrin coastal town of Herceg Novi, in the house where the only Yugoslav winner of the prize lived for years.
Montenegrin Resort to Exhibit St. Leopold's Remains
The authorities in the coastal town of Herceg Novi, in Montenegro's Boka Bay, are preparing for an influx of pilgrims next month when they exhibit the remains of St. Leopold, the Catholic priest who was born in the town.
Montenegro wildfires rage but 'under control' in Croatia
Firefighters in Montenegro battled for a third day on July 19 to douse wildfires along the Adriatic coast, hoping to put them under control after international help arrived.
Killer of Red Star supporter loses both legs in explosion
A man identified as Dusko Roganovic on Monday lost both legs in an explosion at the main bus station in Montenegro's coastal town of Herceg Novi.
Belgrade's Vecernje Novosti daily is reporting this on Tuesday.
Montenegro Hospital Privatisation Plan Angers Doctors
The Montenegrin Health Ministry has dismissed criticism by the Union of Medics, which claims that public healthcare in the country will be subjected to the whims of the free market after the government announced plans to ask private companies to manage healthcare institutions.