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· April, 2006

Stories about Montenegro from April, 2006

Serbia & Montenegro: Kosovar Schoolgirl Battling Dutch Immigration Officials

CafeDA writes about Kosovar schoolgirl Taida Pasic's battle with the Dutch immigration authorities: “Pasic's family fled from Kosovo to the Netherlands when she was 12. The IND decided the family...

Serbia & Montenegro: Posters of War Criminals

Eric Gordy of East Ethnia writes how two Danish artists have responded to the neofascist posters supporting war criminal Ratko Mladic in Belgrade. He also replies with dignity and sarcasm...

Slovenia: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Michael of The Glory of Carniola posts a video clip of the Slovenian version of Who wants to be a millionaire?, in which a contestant fails to answer the first...

Ukraine & the Balkans: Ukrainian as a 3rd Language; Cyrillic vs Latin Script in Serbia

MoldovAnn has started taking Ukrainian language classes: “This week’s lesson was conducted almost entirely in Ukrainian, and when we were all at a loss, our teacher reverted to Russian. This...

The Balkans: Karadzic Picture

Balkan Ghost of Finding Karadzic post a picture of a man who could be Radovan Karadzic: “If true, it would be the only known picture of Karadzic in the last...

Serbia & Montenegro: Visa Regime

Viktor of Belgrade Blog writes about what it takes for an average Serb to get a visa to travel to the EU. He also has an advice to those who...

Serbia & Montenegro: Belgrade Travel Frequently Answered Questions

Victor of Belgrade Blog has started a list of Frequently Answered Questions on how to get to and where to stay in Belgrade.

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