This article by Dejan Vuković originally appeared on 13.3.2014 at frontal.ba Around noon today right in the city centre of Banjaluka an interesting scene unfolded: as a young man parked […]
The Root Cause of the Rebellion: Top Ten Privatization Plunders in Bosnia and Herzegovina We’re reminding you of the research into the top 10 privatization plunders that Zurnal published via […]
This post originally appeared on RadioSarajevo.ba (18 February 2014) New protests will be organized on Saturday if the demands of demonstrators gathered today in Banja Luka aren’t met. More than […]
Unemployed pharmacist Draško Ćup was fined 550 BAM (230 GBP or 385 USD) for his one-man protest in Banjaluka against high youth unemployment. Originally seen on 11.2.2014 at http://www.klix.ba/vijesti/bih/banjalucanin-izasao-na-proteste-i-platio-kaznu-550-km/140211118.
Zoran Milanović and War Tensioners February, 13, 2014 By Boris Dežulović A couple of days ago, around 2 a.m., my friend Skinny called to tell me joke. He is in […]
This interview has been translated by Ivana Cvetokovic-Bajrovic and originally appeared here. An “enemy” threat is more powerful than an empty stomach! “In Republika Srpska, the burning of the federal […]
This text first appeared on Istinomjer.ba. All the relevant citations can be found in the original. After the citizens of Tuzla took to the streets, and thereafter the citizens of […]
Buka.com (http://www.6yka.com/novost/50981/dragan-bursac-zasto-mrzim-federalne-proteste) From the Banja Luka Angle Dragan Bursać: Why I Hate the Federal Protests? Published: 02/10/2014 10:58 am I was thankful to Him. To Him and to Republic of […]