· October, 2007

Stories about Serbia from October, 2007

The Balkans: The Language Issue

  26 October 2007

Balkan Baby writes about the “language issue” in the Balkans: “What language do we speak when we are in the countries that once made up Yugoslavia? In Slovenia and Macedonia the answer is quite simple since these two countries both had their own languages which were recognised by the Yugoslav...

Serbia: Milosevic's Propaganda

  26 October 2007

Srebrenica Genocide Blog explains why Slobodan Milosevic was “a clever mass murderer” whose “attempts to shift blame on the victims failed miserably” – but whose propaganda “is well and alive even today.”

Macedonia: Toše Proeski

  18 October 2007

Illyrian Gazette reports that Macedonia is mourning Toše Proeski, one of the most popular singers throughout the ex-Yugoslav states, who was killed in a car accident in Croatia.

Serbia: Antifa vs Neo-Nazi in Novi Sad

  17 October 2007

Belgrade 2.0 has been covering the Oct. 7 “neonazi, clerofascist rally” and the “citizens counter-rally” in Novi Sad: preparations; a report and two videos; and a guest-blogger's report. Also, another report from Pustolovina: adventure in Serbian.

Serbia: BlogOpen

  17 October 2007

Belgrade 2.0 writes about BlogOpen, “a historical, traditional, second bloggers’ and readers’ meeting in Serbia in Serbia’s short history”: “Help create a buzz in the English speaking world, because the Serbo-Croato-Bosniako-Montenegro-Macedono-Sloveno speaking world is already buzzing!“

Bosnia & Herzegovina: ” Great Powers & Srebrenica Genocide”

  10 October 2007

Srebrenica Genocide Blog posts an interview with the former official spokesperson for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at the Hague – who claims that “France, Great Britain and the United States have in effect protected Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, and are refusing to make available documents...

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