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In Montenegro, Unchecked Waste Muddies Once Clear Waters

According to the findings of an investigation by the Centre for Investigative Journalism of Montenegro, CIN-CG, the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, and the weekly news magazine Monitor, authorities in Montenegro are allowing dangerous waste from a number of companies to pollute the Zeta, to the alarm of residents who say their health is being affected.

Beneath the Surface: Adriatic Beach Waste Just “Tip of the Iceberg”

"I don't think there is a single organism in the sea any more that has not been in contact with plastic," the 44-year-old told the Centre for Investigative Journalism of Montenegro, CIN-CG, the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, and the weekly Monitor.

A Lake’s Fish Stocks Fall, and Montenegro Blames Albania

Dzelal Hodzic fondly remembers the biggest catch of his life.

"You could feel it by the noise," said the veteran Montenegrin fisherman. "It was night, and they just said 'lift!' It took us from morning until the following night to get it out. We didn't know what to do with that much fish."

Serbian film "Wind" to premiere in Turin

BELGRADE - "Wind", a feature film by Tamara Drakulic, will premiere as part of the main selection of the 34th international film festival in Turin on November 18-26.

The film is based on the coming-of-age story "Kites" by screenwriter Ana Rodic.

The relationship between platonic and physical love is explored while discreetly addressing a father-daughter conflict.

Jelena Jankovic out of Australian Open as well

MELBOURNE - After Ana Ivanovic and Bojana Jovanovski, Jelena Jankovic is the latest Serbian player to be ousted from the Australian Open, as she lost to Switzerland's Timea Bacsinszky 6-1 6-4 on Tuesday.

Aleksandra Krunic is the only remaining Serbian player in the women's draw. She is scheduled to face Lauren Davis of the US in her first match at the tournament on Tuesday.

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