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A village in central Bosnia is taking visitors on a journey back in time with antiques from different periods.
Of the six competing categories in Kosovo's international documentary and short film festival, Dokufest, which opens on Friday in Prizren, the Balkan Dox category will feature 16 documentaries from the region.
Sarabande, a film by the Kosovo director Kaltrina Krasniqi, started as a personal documentary on the classical music virtuoso Petrit Ceku.
Romania's Geography Olympic team won two gold, two silver and three bronze medals at the Balkan Geography Olympiad, which was held in Iasi between 24-29 June, thus placing Romania first in the ranking of nations.
Bill Clinton and James Patterson's new novel 'The President is Missing' stars an attractive, pregnant, female vegetarian from Bosnia and Herzegovina who is also an assassin.
The Bosnian woman is a classical music-loving, cold-blooded killer known only by the code name Bach because she likes to listen to the compositions of Johann Sebastian while doing her job.
Tanjug reported this on Friday, citing Srpski Telegraf.
Malden, whose father was a Serb, had a long career in the US, where was born, primarily as a character actor. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 97.
Douglas has always been pointing out that Malden - born Mladen Sekulovic - had been a decisive influence on his career, the report said.
AGERPRES Director General Alexandru Giboi was nominated as candidate for the Secretary General position of the European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA).
Five breast cancer NGOs from Belgium, Italy, Greece, Romania and Bosnia and Herzegovina launched on Wednesday at the European Parliament the Think Pink Europe organization, with Mihaela Geoana appointed president of this NGO that will interconnect and take their efforts international, the Renaissance Foundation said in a release.
Serbian actor Nebojsa Glogovac had died in Belgrade having been admitted to the Institute of Oncology ten days ago, which is when media reported that he was seriously ill and that his health condition was serious.
Glogovac was born on August 30, 1969 in Trebinje, southern Bosnia, into a family of Orthodox priests. The family moved to Pancevo, Serbia, when he was seven years old.