ZLATIBOR - The documentary entitled Once Brothers, directed by Micheal Tolajian, won the best film award of the 3rd International Sport Film Festival in Zlatibor, southwestern Serbia.
Croatia gives weapons to Kurds in Iraq
ZAGREB -- Croatia's government, at the request of the United States, has decided to give surplus weapons to Kurds in Iraq free of charge.
They will use it "in their fight against members of the Islamic State," writes the Zagreb-based Croatian daily Jutarnji List.
Bosnia's Council of Ministers - the government - was due to ratify a draft agreement on the border with Montenegro on Thursday.
Bosnia's Minister of Civil Affairs, Sredoje Novic, confirmed that all activities towards reaching an agreement on the border between the two neighbours were now finished.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said Wednesday that he was confident that Serbia should remain insisting on respect for international law in the Ukrainian crisis, which meant that it recognized Ukraine within the borders that made it a UN member state, something that Serbia also sought for itself.
SPLIT - The best Yugoslav goalkeeper of all time Vladimir Beara died at the age of 86 in Split, Croatia.
Beara passed away on Sunday to Monday night at his home in Split, reads the release issued by the Croatian football club Hajduk, adding that Beara had suffered a series of strokes over the past several years.
BELGRADE - Every weekend, visitors to the Museum of Yugoslav History (MIJ) in Belgrade can get a guided tour of the museum and hear interesting stories by the curator about the building complex that was built during the communist Yugoslavia.
The expert and entertaining tour of the MIJ complex given in English is beginning at 11 a.m. and the tour in Serbian start at noon.