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Bitch, a Derogatory Term for a Woman gets Vesna for best film

Portorož – This year’s Vesna Award for best feature film went to Prasica, Slabšalni Izraz za Žensko (Bitch, a Derogatory Term for a Woman), a debut by Tijana Zinajić, as the Festival of Slovenian Film wrapped up in the coastal town of Portorož on Sunday evening with the conferring of what are considered Slovenian Oscars.

Photo of Mangusta police group released: Hrkalović gathered them due to mafia clans

"Mangusta" was formed to follow the members of the two most powerful mafia clans in Serbia at that time - the "Skaljari" and the "Kava" clans, writes "Blic". On the recommendation of Dejan Milenkovi Bagzi, the then head of the Service for Special Investigative Methods (SSIM) of the Criminal Police Directorate, Coka Damjanovi was brought from the city police as the chief operative of the group.

Serbia’s Vucic Takes an Illiberal Turn

Vucic took to the stage, adjusted his suit, and read the room. In the front row were some familiar faces: Former US Vice President Mike Pence, the prime ministers of Slovenia and Czechia, Janez Jansa and Andrej Babis, Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik and the man they had all come to see, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

Second Bulgarian Politician Exposed in Pandora Papers Denies Claims

UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Nickolay Mladenov with observers in the West Bank city of Hebron, November 4, 2015. Photo; EPA/ABED AL HASHLAMOUN

Mladenov denied the allegations, saying he founded the firm to develop a consultancy practice that never operated because of his involvement in the UN. 

The hearing of Miroslav Aleksić postponed; A banner was waiting for him PHOTO

Aleksic arrived at the Palace of Justice, however, his lawyer Zoran Jakovljevic tested positive for coronavirus, so today's preparatory hearing, scheduled for 12 o'clock, was postponed for October 28. The defense attorney informed the court that he tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and that he could not come, the High Court told Tanjug.

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