• ICT - Serbia e Montenegro

    Realizzato da Media Broadcast Communication in lingua serba (ICT)

    published: 23 Nov 2011
  • Media sabotage in the Balkans: case studies of Vijesti (Montenegro) and BIRN (Serbia)

    Strategies for sabotaging media in the Balkans: case studies of Vijesti (Montenegro) and BIRN (Serbia) Vijesti.me - How does a dissident newspaper survive in an official EU candidate country, amid bombs, burnt-out cars, beaten-up journalists, threats and other sabotaging strategies systematically starting from the top? Despite numerous attacks, the Vijesti newspaper from Montenegro, the most read in the country, not only continues its battle for democracy and press freedom but has made important steps forward: it has recently opened a centre for investigative journalism, and has introduced an exemplar figure in the Balkans, an ombudsman for promoting media self-regulation in the absence of adequate institutions. BIRN Under FIRE: In Serbia, after a series of investigations into the activiti...

    published: 17 Apr 2015
  • Macedonia (FYROM) vs Serbia - Military Power Comparison 2017

    Macedonia vs Serbia - Who Would Win? Daily Media / New Channel For more videos, please visit our Channel and don't forget Subscribe to watch new videos everyday! If you need a video, please, don't comment because we can't control all requests. To be sure, visit our Channel/ Discussion/ and leave comment there :) Donate Daily Media, Video Creators : https://www.paypal.me/dailymedia (optional)* If you donate Daily Media Video Creators, please let us know :) Go to : Daily Media Channel/ About/ Send Message. Or send email to : weyesentertainment@gmail.com Music nr 1 : Orchestral Dubstep Music- Rising Hope Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCcrK... Published by : Mitchell Miller Music Channel Link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx8U... Music nr 2 : Ansia Orchestra - Morelia Link...

    published: 07 Jun 2017
  • Serbia's Kostunica, Tadic react to Montenegro vote to secede

    1. Serbian flags, Serbian President, Boris Tadic, entering room 2. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Tadic, Serbian President: "Dear citizens, as Serbia's president, I accept the preliminary official results announced by the Montenegrin referendum commission." 3. Wide of media and president 4. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vojislav Kostunica, Serbian Prime Minister: "I think the idea of preserving the state union was better than dissolving Serbia and Montenegro, but let's wait for the official final results of the referendum. I think the union idea was better, but what is very important is that this idea had the support of the majority of the Serbian citizens and all major parties in Serbia. Therefore, with this idea, no one could loose, simply, Serbia believed it was a better solution." Podgorica,...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Montenegro v Serbia - Full Game - R 16 - FIBA U16 European Championship 2016

    Watch Montenegro v Serbia at the FIBA U16 European Championship 2016. ► Subscribe: http://fiba.com/subYT Also visit the official FIBA website (http://www.fiba.com) and follow us on our social media platforms to never miss a beat. Facebook: http://facebook.com/FIBA Twitter: http://twitter.com/FIBA Google+: http://google.com/+FIBA Instagram: http://instagr.am/FIBA Sina Weibo: http://weibo.com/FIBAofficial Vine: http://vine.co/FIBA

    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • "America First" ! President Trump Pushes Montenegro’s Prime Minister at NATO Summit 2017.

    Odo Puiu Events invites you to watch …. President Trump Pushes Montenegro’s Prime Minister at NATO Summit 2017. "America First"! "Where do you think you are going?" BRUSSELS — President Donald Trump's push to get in front of the pack at a NATO summit generated indignation in the Balkans and garnered attention on social media — but the man he shoved aside took it in stride. At Thursday's gathering in Brussels, Trump put his right hand on the right arm of Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic and pushed himself ahead as NATO leaders walked inside the alliance's new headquarters and prepared for a group photo. Video of the incident spread on social networks in multiple languages. "It seems Donald Trump did not want that anyone overshadows his presence at the summit," said the Monteneg...

    published: 26 May 2017
  • Montenegro ready to face Serbia and the crowd in semifinal

    Interviews with MNE players Katarina Bulatovic and Marija Jovanovic on EHF Media Day in Belgrade.

    published: 14 Dec 2012
  • Miss Universe 2016 - Contestants (Serbia and Montenegro - Bojana Bojanić and Katarina Keković)

    Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that is run by the Miss Universe Organization. Along with its rival contests, Miss World and Miss Earth, this pageant is one of the most important and publicized beauty pageants in the world. It is held in more than 190 countries worldwide and seen by more than half a billion people annually. The pageant was founded in 1952 by the California-based clothing company Pacific Knitting Mills, and the Miss Universe Organization and the brand is currently owned, along with Miss USA and Miss Teen USA, by WME/IMG. Miss Universe Organization licenses local organizations that wish to select the Miss Universe contestant for their country, and approves the selection method for national delegates. The current Miss Universe logo – "the woman with st...

    published: 11 May 2016
  • 7 Facts about Montenegro

    Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Montenegro. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Montenegro was granted independence on June 3rd 2006, when a numerically easy-on-the-eye 55.5% voted to break away from Serbia. Before that, Montenegro was part of a state union, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, better known as Serbia & Montenegro. 2. Montenegro is Europe's most biologically diverse country. Being situate...

    published: 20 Aug 2015
  • Unfortunately, Russia still exists - NATO lobbyist for Serbia and Montenegro Jelena Milic

    Russia Insider - Russian News Without the Anti-Russian Bias http://russia-insider.com Link to the article: http://russia-insider.com/en/nato-lobbyist-unfortunately-russia-still-exists/ri8272 Jelena Milic, NATO lobbyist and president of the Center for Euro-Atlantic studies (CEAS) based in Belgrade, Serbia, made a shocking statement during a recent roundtable discussion

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • MONTENEGRO: KOSOVO CRISIS: WARNING TO LOCAL MEDIA

    Eng/Serbo-Croat/Nat Montenegro's pro-Western government on Saturday rejected the Yugoslav Army's order for more patriotic coverage and a ban on broadcasts of foreign media reports. The army claims that foreign reports are "enemy propaganda" and against the interests of Yugoslavia. The Second Yugoslav Army Command issued the request to Montenegro's local media on Saturday. It asked them to adjust their scheduling and programmes, including editorial policies, to the legal regulations of a state of war. Upon receipt of the written warning, local media were to immediately halt transmitting foreign programmes. The warning said that by continuing to transmit foreign programmes, the media would be breaking the law and spreading "foreign propaganda" against Yugoslavia. How...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • 7 Facts about Serbia

    Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Serbia. More information about the video content bellow: 1. On Serbia's modern-day territory most of the Roman emperors were born after Italy (about one in five). One of them was Constantine, born in Nis, who was the emperor that legalized Christianity. 2. The Skull Tower is a tower composed largely of human skulls located in the city of Niš, Serbia. During the First Serbian Uprising in ...

    published: 19 Sep 2015
  • What's the difference between Bosnian, Croatian & Serbian?

    https://www.youtube.com/user/smoothdeep https://www.facebook.com/smoothdeep @SmoothDeep (twitter) Smooth_Deep (Instagram)

    published: 02 Aug 2015
  • 3V Media authorized partner for Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia

    3V Media authorized partner for Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia

    published: 11 Jun 2015
  • Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

    Branko Pujic, Core IT Development Manager at Telenor Serbia, shares how implementing Ericsson Charging and Billing in One has enabled it to provide digital services by adding needed flexibility.

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • Road trip - Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro

    published: 23 Aug 2015
ICT - Serbia e Montenegro

ICT - Serbia e Montenegro

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Realizzato da Media Broadcast Communication in lingua serba (ICT)
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Media sabotage in the Balkans: case studies of Vijesti (Montenegro) and BIRN (Serbia)

Media sabotage in the Balkans: case studies of Vijesti (Montenegro) and BIRN (Serbia)

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Strategies for sabotaging media in the Balkans: case studies of Vijesti (Montenegro) and BIRN (Serbia) Vijesti.me - How does a dissident newspaper survive in an official EU candidate country, amid bombs, burnt-out cars, beaten-up journalists, threats and other sabotaging strategies systematically starting from the top? Despite numerous attacks, the Vijesti newspaper from Montenegro, the most read in the country, not only continues its battle for democracy and press freedom but has made important steps forward: it has recently opened a centre for investigative journalism, and has introduced an exemplar figure in the Balkans, an ombudsman for promoting media self-regulation in the absence of adequate institutions. BIRN Under FIRE: In Serbia, after a series of investigations into the activities of the Serbian government, the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) has come under pressure from Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and the media that support his administration: a year-long campaign aimed at marking BIRN as a “spy” organisation and its members as foreign mercenaries culminated on 9 January 2015 when Prime Minister Vucic called BIRN “liars”. Con: Gordana Igrić (founder and director BIRN), Mihailo Jovović (editor Vijesti), Nela Lazarević (Vijesti), Nela Lazarević
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Macedonia (FYROM) vs Serbia - Military Power Comparison 2017

Macedonia (FYROM) vs Serbia - Military Power Comparison 2017

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Macedonia vs Serbia - Who Would Win? Daily Media / New Channel For more videos, please visit our Channel and don't forget Subscribe to watch new videos everyday! If you need a video, please, don't comment because we can't control all requests. To be sure, visit our Channel/ Discussion/ and leave comment there :) Donate Daily Media, Video Creators : https://www.paypal.me/dailymedia (optional)* If you donate Daily Media Video Creators, please let us know :) Go to : Daily Media Channel/ About/ Send Message. Or send email to : weyesentertainment@gmail.com Music nr 1 : Orchestral Dubstep Music- Rising Hope Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCcrK... Published by : Mitchell Miller Music Channel Link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx8U... Music nr 2 : Ansia Orchestra - Morelia Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mh6Y9... Published by : MFY — No Copyright Channel Link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoyk.
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Serbia's Kostunica, Tadic react to Montenegro vote to secede

Serbia's Kostunica, Tadic react to Montenegro vote to secede

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1. Serbian flags, Serbian President, Boris Tadic, entering room 2. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Tadic, Serbian President: "Dear citizens, as Serbia's president, I accept the preliminary official results announced by the Montenegrin referendum commission." 3. Wide of media and president 4. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vojislav Kostunica, Serbian Prime Minister: "I think the idea of preserving the state union was better than dissolving Serbia and Montenegro, but let's wait for the official final results of the referendum. I think the union idea was better, but what is very important is that this idea had the support of the majority of the Serbian citizens and all major parties in Serbia. Therefore, with this idea, no one could loose, simply, Serbia believed it was a better solution." Podgorica, 23 May 2006 5. Wide of Podgorica skyline 6. Close-up of sign reading "Government of Montenegro" 7. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian): Milo Djukanovic, Montenegrin Prime Minister: "I believe that all the prerequisites are created now for Serbian politicians to speak up (and recognise the referendum result). This is an act of formality now, but the fact is that during the entire referendum campaign it was clear the Serbian government decided to take part in it. They chose to take the side of those political structures that were supporting the union (with Serbia). The referendum results, which could be predicted by any neutral and objective political analyst, have caught a part of the political structure in Serbia off guard. I assume they need some time to face the new reality." Cetinje, 22 May 2006 8. Wide of Montenegrin flags being waved in Cetinje, the separatist stronghold 9. Close-up of man with Montenegrin cap 10. Wide of crowd with flags 11. Photo of Djukanovic being held up STORYLINE: Serbian President Boris Tadic on Tuesday recognised the results of Montenegro's independence vote, which will separate the tiny Adriatic republic from its union with Serbia. He said he "recognised the expression of the free will of the Montenegrin citizens" and called on "close cooperation" between Serbia and Montenegro in the future. The pro-Western Tadic was Serbia's first official to fully acknowledge the outcome of Sunday's referendum in Montenegro. Later on Tuesday, Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, who had strongly pushed against Montenegro's seceding, stopped short of recognising its independence vote but said "Serbia was ready to acknowledge the results once they become final" and are declared official by Montenegrin authorities. Montenegro's Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, the architect of the tiny republic's move to European statehood, said the Serbia should "face the new reality" and open talks on future ties with his new country. "The referendum results, which could be predicted by any neutral and objective political analyst, have caught a part of political structures in Serbia off guard," Djukanovic told the Associated Press in an interview. Analysts believe Montenegro's freshly won independence presents a blow to Kostunica's already shaky minority government, but the premier said his republic was "ready for any outcome" of the vote in Montenegro. Tadic also urged Montenegro's various blocs, divided on the independence issue, to "offer each other their hand of reconciliation," and pledged that he would personally "work so that there will never be any walls or barriers" between the two republic. Montenegro's choice to split from Serbia also made the larger republic of the now defunct union independent, and Tadic used the opportunity to address Serbian citizens as well and say the day marked the restoration of Serbia's statehood. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/65eb591109d3eeb9d005610bbfc5dffc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Montenegro v Serbia - Full Game - R 16 - FIBA U16 European Championship 2016

Montenegro v Serbia - Full Game - R 16 - FIBA U16 European Championship 2016

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Watch Montenegro v Serbia at the FIBA U16 European Championship 2016. ► Subscribe: http://fiba.com/subYT Also visit the official FIBA website (http://www.fiba.com) and follow us on our social media platforms to never miss a beat. Facebook: http://facebook.com/FIBA Twitter: http://twitter.com/FIBA Google+: http://google.com/+FIBA Instagram: http://instagr.am/FIBA Sina Weibo: http://weibo.com/FIBAofficial Vine: http://vine.co/FIBA
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"America First" ! President Trump Pushes Montenegro’s Prime Minister at NATO Summit 2017.

"America First" ! President Trump Pushes Montenegro’s Prime Minister at NATO Summit 2017.

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Odo Puiu Events invites you to watch …. President Trump Pushes Montenegro’s Prime Minister at NATO Summit 2017. "America First"! "Where do you think you are going?" BRUSSELS — President Donald Trump's push to get in front of the pack at a NATO summit generated indignation in the Balkans and garnered attention on social media — but the man he shoved aside took it in stride. At Thursday's gathering in Brussels, Trump put his right hand on the right arm of Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic and pushed himself ahead as NATO leaders walked inside the alliance's new headquarters and prepared for a group photo. Video of the incident spread on social networks in multiple languages. "It seems Donald Trump did not want that anyone overshadows his presence at the summit," said the Montenegro newspaper Vijesti. Other Balkan websites ran headlines such as "America First" and "Where do you think you are going?" Markovic himself, however, shrugged off the slight. "It didn't really register. I just saw reactions about it on social networks. It is simply a harmless situation," he told reporters after the summit. Instead of being insulted, he took the opportunity to thank Trump for supporting Montenegro's membership in NATO. The small former Yugoslav republic is slated to become NATO's 29th member next month. And in any case, Markovic said, "it is natural that the president of the United States is in the front row." A country of just 650,000 people with 2,000 military personnel and an area smaller than Connecticut, Montenegro has strategic value out of proportion to its size. For nearly a decade after Montenegro split from Serbia in 2006, Moscow cultivated close ties with the former Yugoslav republic, and money poured in from Russian investors and tourists. But Montenegro blamed Russia for an alleged plot to assassinate Markovic's predecessor last October which officials said was aimed at blocking its entry to NATO. The Kremlin called that absurd. Thanks for watching. For more videos, subscribe to the https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPpqZa5BzBSakIt6JyWjkSw/videos Thanks for subscribing, likes and comments. Thank you my friend.
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Montenegro ready to face Serbia and the crowd in semifinal

Montenegro ready to face Serbia and the crowd in semifinal

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Miss Universe 2016 - Contestants (Serbia and Montenegro - Bojana Bojanić and Katarina Keković)

Miss Universe 2016 - Contestants (Serbia and Montenegro - Bojana Bojanić and Katarina Keković)

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Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that is run by the Miss Universe Organization. Along with its rival contests, Miss World and Miss Earth, this pageant is one of the most important and publicized beauty pageants in the world. It is held in more than 190 countries worldwide and seen by more than half a billion people annually. The pageant was founded in 1952 by the California-based clothing company Pacific Knitting Mills, and the Miss Universe Organization and the brand is currently owned, along with Miss USA and Miss Teen USA, by WME/IMG. Miss Universe Organization licenses local organizations that wish to select the Miss Universe contestant for their country, and approves the selection method for national delegates. The current Miss Universe logo – "the woman with stars" – was created in 1998. In 2015, after Donald Trump made statements about illegal immigrants from Mexico in his presidential campaign kickoff speech, NBC decided to end their business relationship and stated that they will no longer air the pageant, or the Miss USA pageant, on their networks. In September 2015, Trump bought the entire stock of the Miss Universe Organization from NBC, becoming its sole owner for three days until selling the entire stock to WME/IMG. The current Miss Universe is Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines who was crowned on 20 December 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
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7 Facts about Montenegro

7 Facts about Montenegro

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Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Montenegro. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Montenegro was granted independence on June 3rd 2006, when a numerically easy-on-the-eye 55.5% voted to break away from Serbia. Before that, Montenegro was part of a state union, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, better known as Serbia & Montenegro. 2. Montenegro is Europe's most biologically diverse country. Being situated on the Balkan peninsula and the Adriatic sea means that the country is brimming with wildlife and can boast a number of species per area unit index of 0.837, beating out all European countries. The two main bio-geographical regions are- Mediterranean and Alpine-, with a very wide range of ecosystems and habitat types for a country of its size. 3. The Ostrog monastery is one of the biggest sanctuaries in the world. It is visited by people of all religions. The Ostrog monastery is one of the most visited shrines in the Christian world. The amazing structure was carved in rocks on the side of a mountain in the 17th century. 4. The oldest tree in Europe lives in Bar: The Old Olive Tree is over 2,000 years old, and more than 100,000 olive trees in municipality of Bar are more than 1,000 years old. Its volume is about 10m. The tree is a traditional trademark for the area and is said to have many legends attached to it: one of them being that at one time families would visit the tree to make peace during a dispute. 5. Tara Canyon is the deepest canyon in Europe and second deepest after the Grand Canyon is the USA. The canyon is 82 kilometres long and at its deepest it is 1300m. It is protected as part of Durmitor National Park and is said to be a future UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of the best ways to see the canyon is to do a river rafting trip. The 11 mile trip takes two-three hours, and passes through 21 rapid sections. The adrenaline fuelled trip is said to be one of the best due to its drop in elevation in such a short distance. 6. Montenegro is steeped in history… Both the Kotor region and the Durmitor National Park are protected by the UNESCO World Heritage list. While Kotor’s St Tripun cathedral is more than 50 years older than Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral. History heads should also spend time exploring Budva, one of the oldest urban centers on the Adriatic coast, it clocks over 2, 500 years. Meanwhile, 50 miles south, the equally ancient Ulcinj is one of the most authentic old towns in Montenegro and was believed to inspire famous Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes to write Don Quijote thanks to an experience he had while imprisoned there! 7. Montenegro has no currency of its own. From 1996 the Deutsche Mark was the de facto currency in all private and banking transactions and it was formally adopted as Montenegro's currency in November 1999. The mark was replaced by the euro in 2002 without any objections from the European Central Bank. More Info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbia_and_Montenegro http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/england-vs-montenegro-ten-things-2350864 http://www.mydestination.com/montenegro/usefulinfo/6183304/did-you-know https://ukf.com/words/10-cool-facts-about-montenegro-home-of-sea-dance-festival https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montenegro_and_the_euro   Music: Casetofoane – Rocky 5000 http://freemusicarchive.org/ Images: http://allworldtowns.com/data_images/countries/montenegro/montenegro-04.jpg http://cdn3.wn.com/o25/ar/i/76/ef0145c3efde0c.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/Esplanada_del_Monasterio_de_Ostrog,_Montenegro,_2014-04-14,_DD_08.JPG https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/80/Ostrog01.JPG https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/48/Oliva_in_Bar.jpg https://quixotree.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/img_1222.jpg http://www.img.montenegro.travel/sites/montenegro.travel/files/multimedia/www_montenegro_bild_studio_me/objekti/foto/2012/02/Bridge%20on%20river%20Tara_Durmitor.jpg http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/3239/tarabridgemontenegro008.jpg http://www.1000lonelyplaces.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/The-fort-walls.jpg http://www.globeimages.net/data/media/195/montenegro_ulcinj.jpg http://albania-travelnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/euro-currency-01.jpg https://maxacrossthepond.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/2015-05-03-11-46-05.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-qzDF2MqjEFY/U7hq74SIArI/AAAAAAAARl0/UaC_s1uc1BI/s1600/DSC07308.JPG http://www.touristmaker.com/images/montenegro/montenegro-is-an-adriatic-paradise.jpg
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Unfortunately, Russia still exists - NATO lobbyist for Serbia and Montenegro Jelena Milic

Unfortunately, Russia still exists - NATO lobbyist for Serbia and Montenegro Jelena Milic

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Russia Insider - Russian News Without the Anti-Russian Bias http://russia-insider.com Link to the article: http://russia-insider.com/en/nato-lobbyist-unfortunately-russia-still-exists/ri8272 Jelena Milic, NATO lobbyist and president of the Center for Euro-Atlantic studies (CEAS) based in Belgrade, Serbia, made a shocking statement during a recent roundtable discussion
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MONTENEGRO: KOSOVO CRISIS: WARNING TO LOCAL MEDIA

MONTENEGRO: KOSOVO CRISIS: WARNING TO LOCAL MEDIA

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Eng/Serbo-Croat/Nat Montenegro's pro-Western government on Saturday rejected the Yugoslav Army's order for more patriotic coverage and a ban on broadcasts of foreign media reports. The army claims that foreign reports are "enemy propaganda" and against the interests of Yugoslavia. The Second Yugoslav Army Command issued the request to Montenegro's local media on Saturday. It asked them to adjust their scheduling and programmes, including editorial policies, to the legal regulations of a state of war. Upon receipt of the written warning, local media were to immediately halt transmitting foreign programmes. The warning said that by continuing to transmit foreign programmes, the media would be breaking the law and spreading "foreign propaganda" against Yugoslavia. However, the pro-Western government of Montenegro has refused to comply with Yugoslavia's declaration of a state of war. Several radio stations, like Radio Boja, Free Montenegro and Antenna-M, were among those ordered to stop broadcasting what Yugoslavia calls "enemy propaganda" SOUNDBITE: (English) "We received yesterday orders of the Command of the Second Army that we have to stop the rebroadcast all the foreign programs, including the Voice of America, Radio for Europe and others. They say that is enemy propaganda and that's against the interest of our country. I have to say that is absolutely predictable they all communicate with us because they tried more times before." SUPERCAPTION: Veselin Tomovic, Editor in Chief of Antenna-M Some stations defied the order on Saturday and continued their normal broadcasts. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The show must go on. We shall work until we could work. Only if some Military force, for example makes pressure or arrest my people, Bratenem could stop. But I'm not with them in any case. I will not send in the air their propaganda, and I will cut down, I will close my radio station if i have to do that." SUPERCAPTION: Veselin Tomovic, Editor in Chief of Antenna-M The strong pro-Serbian opposition in Montenegro criticized the government for allowing the media to destabilize the republic and said it would raise the issue at the next Montenegran Parliament session. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croatian) "Within the parliament of the Republic of Montenegro, we have always suggested, and we suggest today that certain medias with their activities, are not in function with public and freedom. And also they do not contribute to improve the ability for the defence of our country. According to our opinion it is absolutely justified that all the broadcasts and all the public statements of officials which are in function of propaganda of the NATO aggressor, cannot be presented in medias in Montenegro nor in the Federal Yugoslavia." SUPERCAPTION: Predrag Vulatovic, Head of Socialist People's Party (Hardline, Pro-Milosevic party in Montenegro) The Socialist People's Party urged the Montenegran media to follow the Serbian example. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ef920df7b47d6e12a6e580924014e68 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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7 Facts about Serbia

7 Facts about Serbia

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Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Serbia. More information about the video content bellow: 1. On Serbia's modern-day territory most of the Roman emperors were born after Italy (about one in five). One of them was Constantine, born in Nis, who was the emperor that legalized Christianity. 2. The Skull Tower is a tower composed largely of human skulls located in the city of Niš, Serbia. During the First Serbian Uprising in 1809, Serbian revolutionaries were attacked by Turkish forces on Čegar Hill, near Niš. Rather than be captured by the Turks and executed by impalement, the commander fired his pistol into a powder magazine, killing himself and all Serbian rebels and Turkish soldiers in the vicinity. Afterward the Turkish Grand Vizier of Niš ordered that a tower be made from the skulls of the killed Serbian revolutionaries. Once complete, the ten-foot high Skull Tower contained 952 Serbian skulls embedded on four sides in fourteen rows. 3. Đavolja Varoš (meaning "Devil's Town") is a peculiar rock formation, located in south Serbia on the Radan Mountain near Kuršumlija. It features 202 exotic formations described as earth pyramids or "towers", as the locals refer to them. They are 2-15 m tall and 4-6 m wide at the base. 4. Serbia was a part of the country of Yugoslavia, a country of the southern Slavs. Yugoslavia broke up into six independent states - – Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia. In 1999, NATO bombed Serbia, to stop the civil war that turned to ethnic cleansing and genocide. But even today you can still see the damage from the bombings. 5. The Drina River in the Balkans is possibly one of the most beautiful bodies of water to ever exist. And what sits atop of a rock in the middle of this scenic place is a tiny home that has stood the test of time, adding to the area's intrigue. For over 40 years, this small structure has survived the unpredictable Serbian weather and has become a hot spot for tourists lucky enough to take a dip. 6. Situated in one of Serbia's most picturesque settings–the Uvac River valley–the Uvac Special Nature Reserve is home to 104 species of birds. Another of the reserve's unique features is the Uvac Canyon and its majestically meandering river valley. 7. Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia, means “White Fortress”. The Romans called it Singidunum, the Byzantines wanted it in their empire, the Ottomans ruled over it, the Hungarians craved for it. Belgrade is one of the most known capitals of Europe and its rich history and beautiful architecture make it a prime spot for tourists. More Info: http://wikitravel.org/en/Serbia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skull_Tower https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%90avolja_Varo%C5%A1 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/11/tiny-home-drina-river-serbia_n_2854502.html http://www.balkansgeotourism.travel/content/uvac-special-nature-reserve-serbia/see0B06081FD3224FEDB Music: Phonotrash – Time Bending http://freemusicarchive.org/ Images: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/eb/Statue-Augustus.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ac/2009-04-13_ConstantineTheGreat_York.jpg http://www.traveltheunknown.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/222.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e9/Skull_Tower_detail_2.jpg https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2388/2406537079_f9c837a696_b.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/77/%C4%90avolja_Varo%C5%A1.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2d/HVO_Army_T-55_Glamoc_setup.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/37/Belgrade_NATO_bombardment_damage2.JPG http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/74584634.jpg http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-PVolcyNjirQ/VEDXFqaIH7I/AAAAAAAADQ8/ZGbycJka5xQ/s1600/Uvac%2Blake%2Bcanyon%2BSerbia%2Bmountains%2BEastern%2BEurope%2B%2Bbeautiful%2Beuropean%2Bscenery.jpg http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-live/photos/000/573/custom/57361_1600x1200-wallpaper-cb1346792699.jpg https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2677/4135764566_9aaa731f8a_b.jpg http://www.rent-adriatic.com/images/belgrade.jpg http://jumpstartmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Belgrade_at_night.jpg
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What's the difference between Bosnian, Croatian & Serbian?

What's the difference between Bosnian, Croatian & Serbian?

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3V Media authorized partner for Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia

3V Media authorized partner for Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia

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Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

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Branko Pujic, Core IT Development Manager at Telenor Serbia, shares how implementing Ericsson Charging and Billing in One has enabled it to provide digital services by adding needed flexibility.
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Road trip - Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro

Road trip - Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro

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