Revisiting the Bosnian War – Modern Diplomacy

Genocide is not a foreign concept in today’s world. However, while the reality (and the culprit) is not difficult to outline today, history is strewn with massacres that have been draped and hidden from the world beyond. Genocides that rivaled great wars and were so horrific that the ring of …

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The Face of Construction: Byron and Cameron Jones

Byron and Cameron Jones are the owners of BGJ Construction Ltd., operated as Jones Brothers Construction, a family owned business engaged in residential and commercial foundations and framing, renovations and project management. Born and raised in the Kamloops area, Byron and Cameron attended Thompson Rivers University, completing the carpentry program …

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Western Balkan leaders happy with EU investment plan

TIRANA, Albania (AP) – Western Balkan leaders meeting Thursday in Tirana, the Albanian capital, expressed satisfaction with a vast investment plan announced for the region by the European Union – which they hope all join one day. Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama described the investment plan as “the EU’s biggest …

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Adriatic to step up exploration on new Balkan soil

Adriatic Metals has been granted an exploration permit for additional mining concession areas as part of its Vares silver-zinc-lead development project in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The dual ASX-listed company in London was awarded the concession areas covering 32 square kilometers last year and has already completed a first helicopter-borne magnetic …

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AP News Digest 3 a.m. Chinese Congress Alzheimer’s Virginia Biden

Here are the AP’s latest cover plans, top stories, and promotional content. Every hour EDT. For late-breaking information on AP’s coverage, visit the coverage plan at https://newsroom.ap.org. _____________ BEST STORIES _____________ CYBERSECURITY-COLONIAL PIPELINE – CEO of massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month is expected to detail his company’s …

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