BELGRADE - An exhibition titled Art in Dark Times, featuring 34 cartoonists and illustrators from the former Yugoslavia, will open on June 17 at Belgrade's Mikser House, the organisers have announced.
The exhibition consists of 101 newspaper cartoons portraying the Yugoslav conflict from all perspectives, created by renowned cartoonists and illustrators from the former Yugoslavia.
BELGRADE - This Monday marks the 15th anniversary of the Military Technical Agreement known also as the Kumanovo Treaty, which was signed on June 9, 1999, ending NATO's 79-day long bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia that killed at least 2,500 and injured more than 12,500 people.
BELGRADE - Serbia's Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime has filed an indictment against four members of the former State Security Service (DB) on suspicion of their acting “out of base motives” to kill Slavko Curuvija, journalist and owner of ‘Dnevni telegraf’, a short-lived daily published in Belgrade, on April 11, 1999.
A biography of a Bosnian football legend, Ivica Osim: The Game of His Life, by Marko Tomas, was promoted on Wednesday in the Museum of Literature in Sarajevo.
PRIBOJ - More than 600 employees of the Priboj-based FAP are officially in a paid leave status by the end of June but the company's management engaged around one hundred of them in the manufacture of ten FAP 1118 trucks for the needs of Serbian Armed Forces and the preparation of the factory's takeover by the Finnish SISU Auto.
Hearings at the Hague-based court for the resolution of international disputes began on Monday with Croatia presenting its case, as Zagreb and Ljubljana attempted to settle a dispute that has continued since they both became independent from the former Yugoslavia.
BELGRADE - The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade, in cooperation with the Regular Grand Lodge of Serbia (RVLS), has put on an exhibition Freemasonry in Serbia 1785-2014, staged to mark the 95th anniversary of the establishment of the Grand Lodge of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians "Yugoslavia " (in 1919).