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· January, 2007

Stories about Montenegro from January, 2007

Serbia: Mladic and the EU

Neretva River points out some legal issues that might make the transfer of Ratko Mladic to the ICTY impossible.

Serbia, Croatia: Bora Djordjevic Interview

Illyrian Gazette writes about the interview with the Serbian rock singer Bora Djordjevic.

Former Yugoslavia: Intermarriage

Halfway Down the Danube writes on “intermarriage, Yugoslav versus American style.”

Croatia, Serbia: Vets vs Bora Dordevic

Croatian war veterans group protests an upcoming talk show appearance by a Serbian rock singer Bora Dordevic, reports Illyrian Gazette.

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Markale Massacre

YakimaGulagLiteraryGazett marks the “sad anniversary” of the Sarajevo Markale Massacre: “I had forgotten the date, but I remember well about the event, seeing it on the news made me angry....

The Balkans: Karadzic's Whereabouts

Finding Karadzic comments on the thoughts of US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes about the Balkan tribunals: “Williamson's most astonishing comment, buried in the west but on front pages in Belgrade...

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Markale Massacre

Bosnia Vault writes: “Over a decade later, the Markale Massacre; and the allegation that the shell was fired upon by the ABiH forces in a ruse to gain public sympathy;...

The Balkans: Popularity in Centimeters

Novala, Europa measures the Balkan states’ popularity in centimeters.

Serbia: On Travelling to Europe

Anegdote shares a gruelling and humiliating European travel experience that many citizens of the former Soviet bloc can relate to.

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