Bosnia Industry

EU should establish reserves of key raw materials, says Czech Presidency – EURACTIV.com

The European Commission should establish a strategic reserve system with key raw materials, said Czech Industry and Trade Minister Jozef Síkela. The EU’s potential reserve system was discussed on Monday at a conference organized by the Czech EU Presidency Council. Reserve systems for major mineral commodities have long been in …

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Building Homes for Heroes seeks to expand in-home gift program to first responders

Proposal to add more beneficiaries comes as Army veteran accepts 300 milestonee residence NORTH LAKE, Texas, September 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Building Homes for Heroes, a nonprofit organization that has provided mortgage-free housing to military veterans for 16 years, announced today that it is seeking to expand the national program …

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US unveils $2 billion in military aid for Europe and arms for Ukraine

WASHINGTON — The United States on Thursday unveiled nearly $3 billion in new aid to Ukraine and 18 of its neighbors as Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets with allies in Germany and Secretary of State Antony Blinken was making an unscheduled visit to Kyiv. Along with a $675 million package …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina expects economic growth of 3.2%

In Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)from 2023 to 2025, the trend of positive economic growth can be expected to continue at average rates of around 3.2% on an annual basis – 3.1% in 2023, 3% in 2024 and 3.4% in 2025. These rates of economic growth in Bosnia and Herzegovina can …

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The fifth edition of AJB DOC is ready to go

01/09/2022 – The festival, which will take place from September 9 to 13, continues the tradition of broadcasting TV documentaries but also innovates by launching its Industry Days platform A house made of shards by Simon Lereng Wilmont The AJB DOC film festival, organized by the Al Jazeera Balkans television …

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A big Turkish tech event begins in the Black Sea province

SAMSUN, Turkey Teknofest, Türkiye’s first aerospace and technology festival, kicked off in the Black Sea town of Samsun on Tuesday. Organized at Samsun Carsamba Airport by the Turkish Technology Team Foundation (T3 Foundation) and the Ministry of Industry and Technology of Türkiye, the six-day event features activities such as air …

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The Log Book: Schneider Names First Ride of Pride Driver

The logbook is a weekly digest of human interest stories related to the transportation industry. This week: Schneider’s driver becomes the first woman to receive a Ride of Pride veteran truck, FedEx celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Purple Eagle program, and WIT releases the latest Diversity Index report. Schneider …

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“Everyone loved each other”: the rise of yugonostalgia | Serbia

On the last day in Belgrade, as the sun was setting, coaches pulled up and drove off in front of the Museum of Yugoslavia, an imposing mid-century building in the Serbian capital. A steady trickle of people emerged, some carrying flowers and a few waving the country’s old flag. They …

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Luka Popović – Partner at BDK Advokati European Gaming Industry News

Reading time: 2 minutes The 7th edition of the CEEGC Budapest and the CEEG Awards will take place on September 16, 2022 and will host leading operators, service providers and gaming industry experts from across Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkan regions. Find more details here | Register / …

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Forestry Equipment Market Share, Analysis, Size, Industry Trends, Forecast 2021-2026

Forestry Equipment Market The global forestry equipment market will be driven by the demand for automated processes and the rise of the construction sector during the forecast period 2021-2026 30 NORTH GOULD STREET, WYOMING, USA, Aug. 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Expert Market Research’s new report ‘Global Forestry Equipment Market Share …

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Why a Serbian film is misunderstood and more relevant than ever

The question arises, of course: was it necessary to have the end of “A Serbian film” to tell this story? While such a story could easily have been told without censorship-ready levels of sexual violence, you’d think the movie wouldn’t have been so powerful. After all, he retains his notoriety. …

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‘The Last Socialist Artefact’ Wins At Hearts Of Sarajevo Awards For Its TV Series

Produced in collaboration with Serbia, Slovenia and Finland, Croatian mini-series in six episodes The Last Socialist Artifact had the perfect pedigree to take top honors at the Hearts of Sarajevo Awards for TV Series, a regional award created to celebrate the best small-screen talent from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, …

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Patriotic Productions | Shehr | thenews.com.pk

he media influences our ideas, beliefs and perceptions. Everything we watch on television or in the theater leaves a trace. Audiovisual media are an essential source of information, especially among young people. Cinema and theater have helped many viewers to understand the score, the sense of independence, the feeling of …

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The future of work: automation, localization, choice

There is no single panacea, whether automation or remote work, to solve the various problems facing the world of work. Instead, companies that make the most of the tools currently on offer and involve their people in all key decisions are likely to thrive. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated a …

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Deloitte study: Romania remains among the European states with the cheapest housing

Romania ranks second among European countries with the cheapest housing, after Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to Deloitte Property Index 2022, carried out in 23 countries and 68 cities, with an average price of 1,266 EUR/m², calculated on the database of the main cities and towns of the country. Compared to …

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Turkey’s defense industry eyes export expansion as government navigates geopolitical scene

ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey’s defense and aerospace sales have increased tenfold over the past two decades as the sector’s export business grew by nearly 1,200 percent, according to data released May 3 by one of the industry‘s umbrella organizations in the country. Sales in 2002 were equivalent to approximately $1 …

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Is this steelmaker stock stealing right now?

Based in Luxembourg, Luxembourg, ArcelorMittal SA (MT) operates as an integrated steel and mining company in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa. The company sells its steel and mining products to automotive, engineering, construction, appliance, energy and machinery customers through a centralized marketing organization and of distributors. MT …

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Caterpillar posts strong second-quarter profit as it raises prices

DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Caterpillar had a strong second quarter and beat most profit expectations as higher machine prices offset rising costs. The manufacturer on Tuesday posted quarterly profit of $1.67 billion, or $3.13. Earnings per share were $3.18 without one-time costs or benefits, 18 cents better than Wall Street …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Floods DREF Operation n° MDRBA013 – Final report – Bosnia and Herzegovina

Attachments A. ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION Description of the disaster On the night of November 5, 2021, 18 municipalities were affected by flash floods caused by intense rains in the center, east and south of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Herzegovina …

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Vietnamese visas for Indians have increased 24 times from pre-COVID levels

The number of visas issued by Vietnam to Indians has increased 24 times from pre-pandemic levels. Addressing the Outbound Tourism Summit organized by FICCI, H.E. Pham Sanh Chau, Ambassador at the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, said, “Vietnam issued about 250 visas per day before this pandemic,” adding: …

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Sarajevo’s selection of works in progress includes projects by Stephan Komandarev and Renen Schorr | New

New film projects by Bulgarian filmmaker Stephan Komandarev and Renen Schorr, the former director of the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem, are among the 12 feature films selected for Sarajevo’s CineLink Work In Progress section. The festival also programmed the world premiere of Bosnian director Pjer Zalica …

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Chinese-built bridge set to open to traffic in Croatia

A traveling crane hoists the last piece of the Peljesac Bridge in Croatia on July 28 last year. The bridge opens to traffic on Tuesday, allowing commuters to significantly reduce their travel time. XINHUA The Peljesac Bridge, which will open to traffic on Tuesday, will deepen mutually beneficial relations between …

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What’s New – July 24

ARTISTIC FESTIVALS APS Summer Festival Gozitan band Kantera perform today at the University of Malta’s Msida Campus as part of the APS Summer Festival. The event starts at 8:30 p.m. The festival runs until July 31. For more information and tickets, visit www.apsbank.com.mt/aps-summer-festival-2022 and the event’s Facebook page. Kantera Gozitan …

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Damage caused by forest fires in Europe increases by 75%; Models need more development: Chaucer

Damage from major forest fires in Europe has increased dramatically, with a 75% increase in the amount of land burned in the past year, according to analysis by Chaucer, the specialist reinsurer/insurer, which warns that Forest fire risk modeling in Europe lags behind United States and Canada. In 2020, 787,130 …

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Biado fails in its attempt to retain the gold

CARLO Biado relinquished his men’s 9-ball crown yesterday (Saturday in the USA) after losing an 8-11 decision in the 11th World Games to familiar German hangman Joshua Filler at the Sheraton Birmingham Ballroom in Birmingham, In Alabama. With the match tied at 6, Biado scratched a 2-9 combination, allowing Filler …

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Ukraine pushes back after Hungarian Orban attacks EU sanctions

On July 15, residents of the Ukrainian town of Vinnytsya mourned the death of 23 people killed by a Russian missile strike the previous day, while in the east of the country Russian forces shelled other sites in an attempt to take over more territory. Among the dead at Vinnytsya …

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The French military parade on July 14 will pay tribute to Ukraine

Ukrainian forces struck at least three Russian military sites in southern Ukraine as they stepped up their counteroffensive in the region, while Russia continued its shelling of towns and villages east and south of the country. Meanwhile, on the diplomatic front, a breakthrough emerged on July 14 in Istanbul, where …

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SpiderOak Creates New Space Advisory Council, Appoints Highly Decorated Veterans and Industry Experts to Combat Cybersecurity Threats

General Ellen PawlikowskiBefore retiring in 2018, General Pawlikowski was the four-star commander of Air Force Material Command, leading more than 80,000 people and managing $60 billion every year, executing critical warfighter support through cutting-edge research and development technology. With a doctorate in engineering from UC Berkeley, she has served thirty-six …

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Balkan activists continue to fight for Europe’s last wild rivers | National Policy

by SABINA NIKSIC – Associated Press SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — It’s taken a decade of court battles and street protests, but Balkan activists fighting to protect some of Europe’s last wild rivers have won an important conservation victory in Bosnia. A new electricity law, adopted on Thursday, prohibits …

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Maltese Coast Line Commodities offers to take control of Bosnian GIKIL

SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), July 7 (SeeNews) – Maltese company Coast Line Commodities Ltd has offered to take control of Bosnian metallurgical coke producer Global Ispat Coking Industry Lukavac (GIKIL) by repaying the debt of one of its shareholders, state-controlled coking plant KHK Lukavac, local media reported. Coast Line Commodities …

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Dar Al Arkan begins work on Sidra, the largest master development in Bosnia and the Balkans

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Dar Al Arkan, Saudi Arabia’s leading real estate company, is moving ahead with its development projects, Sidra, its exclusive holiday and accommodation project in Bosnia. As Dar Al Arkan’s first European luxury residential project, Sidra promises homeowners the opportunity to own a second home in a haven …

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Heliguy wins the Armed Forces Talent Award – heliguy™

Heliguy™ Wins Excellence In Supporting Armed Forces Talent Award; The honor was presented at the CIPD North East of England HR&D Awards; The award recognizes the work Heliguy™ has done to engage with and support the armed forces community; Heliguy™ is an employer of ex-military personnel, including members of the …

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G-7 leaders end summit with pledge to harm Russia economically | National Policy

By ZEKE MILLER and GEIR MOULSON – Associated Press ELMAU, Germany (AP) — Leaders of the world’s wealthiest democracies on Tuesday took a united stance in supporting Ukraine “as long as necessary” as the Russian invasion continues, and said they would explore far-reaching measures to cap Kremlin revenues from oil …

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Why Kuwaitis prefer to travel abroad

Traveling abroad is considered almost routine by Kuwaitis whenever the opportunity arises, whether during holidays or summer seasons and there are many travel destinations and different travel purposes in light of the high tourist culture that Kuwaitis enjoy due to frequent travel and constant passion. for seasonal migration, reports Al-Qabas …

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The macro-regions of the EU: conversion of buildings and protection of the environment / Europe / Territories / Home

Energy efficiency and renovation programs in the building sector are crucial to achieving the 2050 climate neutrality target envisaged by the European Commission. This topic was discussed during a stakeholder session during the European Macro-Regions Week 2022 The third edition of the EU macro-regional strategies week (MRS WEEK IN THE …

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By supporting only Ukraine, the EU humiliated Bosnia – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, thanks to on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today’s edition of Capitals, please take a look at the Editor’s Note – Deflating the Balloon by Benjamin Fox. European news …

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Company Start-up SaaS, actyv.ai, Hunting for Tech Talent in Central and Eastern Europe

BANGALORE, India, June 17, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–actyv.ai, an AI-powered enterprise SaaS platform with an integrated Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) payment option for businesses, is looking to hire engineering talent from Europe from the east. The modular and highly configurable platform solves three main problems of the B2B industry, namely 1) …

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A new house celebrates the Bosnian community of Saint-Louis | Entertainment

A new documentary will premiere at the 2022 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase A new house, the latest documentary from director/producer Joseph Puleo and executive producer Rio Vitale, will premiere at the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase on July 17 at 5 p.m. at Washington University’s Brown Hall. In a follow-up to …

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GRAHAM SETTLE, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH FRONTIERS, NOW FOCUSING ON HUMANITARIAN EFFORTS IN AFGHANASTAN AND UKRAINE

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. WOODBURY, NY, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Research Frontiers Inc. today announced the retirement of Board Member William Graham Settle effective June 13, 2022. Graham Settle has served on the Board since 2020, served as Chair …

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Turkey launches mass production of miniature drone missile

ANKARA, Turkey – A Turkish government research agency has started mass-producing a new miniature ammunition to be mounted in the Bayraktar TB2 drone, made by a Turkish company Baykar Makina. The laser-guided Bozok missile was developed by the TÜBİTAK Defense Industries Research and Development Institute. It has undergone several successful …

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Sofia Meetings Unveils a Showcase of Film and TV Projects from South East Europe | New

Feature debuts by Ukrainian, Israeli, Bulgarian and Georgian filmmakers are among more than 30 film and TV projects pitched to potential backers at meetings in Sofia, Bulgaria from June 9-12. Kyiv-based Good Morning Films producer Andriy Kornienko and director Ivan Orlenko will participate online from Ukraine to present the dystopian …

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Cyprus Business Now | Cyprus courier

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “To place”) uses cookies, which are small files downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. …

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IHOFX launches iron ore options on its trading platform

Incheon Options and Futures Exchange – ihofx.org IHOFX.org increases the number of products listed by introducing new options contracts INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA, May 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — IHOFX, a leading commodity exchange in Asia that works hard to provide innovative products across different asset classes and create a brand culture …

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AutoWallis opens a Land Rover dealership in Ljubljana

Image by Stanislav Lazarev / Shutterstock.com AutoWallis Group has opened the only Land Rover dealership in Slovenia, further increasing its retail business in the country, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. Together with the British brand, the members of the Hungarian group (Avto Aktiv and …

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The River Roos love rafting, but ill-fitting gear and a sense of inferiority are big issues they want to hear

In the rafting niche, safety comes first, but when the industry hasn’t fully opened up to women, it’s no surprise that their safety hasn’t been fully considered. In its simplest form, rafting requires only a raft, paddle, life jacket and helmet, but women who work as commercial guides and outdoor …

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Focus on Intellectual Property – Republic of SERBIA

Capital – Belgrade Population – nearly 7 million (excluding the hotly contested region of Kosovo) GDP per capita – $22,900 Main sectors of activity – agriculture, in particular fruit growing (blueberries and raspberries in particular) and their export; the metallurgical industry and, in recent years, the emphasis has been on …

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Europe aims to restart magnesium production by 2025 to reduce reliance on China

The issue has grown in importance for Europe, which consumes a fifth of the world’s magnesium supply, since the West imposed sanctions on Russia after its February 24 invasion of Ukraine. Russia was the world’s fourth largest producer of magnesium last year, with production estimated at 21,000 tonnes. European imports …

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FESTIVALS: Without by Luka Papič and Late August by Federico Cammarata and Filippo Foscarini win the 15th Beldocs in Belgrade

BELGRADE: Beldocs, the Eastern European film festival focusing on non-fiction cinema, closed another in-person edition on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at the Youth Hall in Belgrade with the awards ceremony. The prize for the best film in the Serbian competition went to Without / Bez (Serbia) directed by Luka Papić. …

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European Fashion Council with a historic contribution to a united Europe – Novinite.com

European Fashion Council with a historic contribution to a united Europe For the first time, the European Capital of Culture – Novi Sad 2022 and Serbia Fashion The week unites culture and fashion in! BULGARIA, ROMANIA and SERBIA launch 3 INNOVATIONS On the eve of its 15th anniversary, which will …

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Speaker of Parliament visits Istrian Sausage Festival and comments on current topics

ZAGREB, May 15, 2022 – Speaker of Parliament Gordan Jandroković on Sunday visited an international sausage festival taking place in Sveti Petar u Šumi, describing it as an important event bringing together national companies and reflecting the synergy between the state , local government and producers. Conceived as an event …

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More than 7,000 companies in Croatia apply for permission to employ 50,000 foreign nationals

by croatiaweek May 13, 2022 in News More than 7,000 companies in Croatia apply for permission to employ 50,000 foreign nationals ZAGREB, May 13 (Hina) – In the first four months of this year, more than 7,000 companies applied to the Croatian Employment Service (HZZ) for permission to hire almost …

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Serbia’s purchase of FK-3s from China marks a shift in Vucic’s diplomatic and defense policy

As the eyes of the world focused on Russia and its invasion of Ukraine, a major military transaction took place between Serbia and China. On April 9, six People’s Liberation Army Air Force Y-20 transport planes landed at Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, delivering a Chinese FK air defense surface-to-air …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina company installs largest solar power plant with EU help – Sarajevo Times

Madi, based in Tešanj, as one of the leaders of the food industry in Bosnia and Herzegovina, now has the largest solar power plant for its own needs. Assistance in the implementation of this vital project not only for middaybut also the wider community, came through the EU4AGRI project. “When …

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Local air operators suspend flights due to increased OPEX

By Kester Kenn Klomegah Russia’s tourism industry, both inbound and outbound, is badly hit by the war-ravaged crisis that unfolded in the former Soviet republic of Ukraine in late February. For more than two years, the tourism industry has been affected due to the spread of Covid-19 which has turned …

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Ukraine showed that Indian diplomacy is like Indian driving – any way, anytime, US or Russia

AAs they say, it’s over except the screams. Not that the screams are over, not by a long chalk. This continues as US senators even recently called for sanctions against India for its stance on Russia. Over the past few months, and especially the past week, Delhi has seen a …

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Serbia displays Chinese missiles amid Balkan concerns

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia publicly showcased a recently delivered Chinese anti-aircraft missile system on Saturday, raising concerns in the West and some of Serbia’s neighbors that an arms buildup in the Balkans could threaten a fragile peace in the region. The sophisticated HQ-22 surface-to-air system was delivered last month …

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Global Soda Ash Market Outlook Report 2022-2031: Trends in Supply and Demand, Prices and Downstream Industries – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Soda Ash: 2022 World Market Outlook up to 2031” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The report is an essential resource for those looking for in-depth information on the global soda ash market. The report covers data on global, regional and national markets, including current and …

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Warren County takes steps to explore refugee options | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN, Pennsylvania — There are many unanswered questions that need answers before it’s clear whether Warren County in neighboring Pennsylvania is able to support the resettlement of Ukrainian refugees. County officials are taking steps to get some of those answers. County commissioners are moving forward on a deal …

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The Wire’s Sukanya Shantha wins Fetisov journalism prize for her work on caste in prisons

New Delhi: ThreadSukanya journalist Shantha has won the prestigious Fetisov Journalism Award for her work on caste discrimination in Indian prisons. Shantha won first prize in the “Contribution to Civil Rights” category. Twelve winners were chosen across all categories from 400 submissions from around the world, and the winners were …

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Thousands of Serbs protest international movements in Bosnia

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — Thousands of Bosnian Serbs gathered on Wednesday to protest recent decisions by the top international official in the ethnically divided Balkan country. Serbs are angry that Christian Schmidt, the UN’s high representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, suspended a law declaring ownership of public …

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War in Ukraine Hits Russian Tourism Industry – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Russian tourism, both inbound and outbound, is being hit hard by the war-torn crisis that unfolded in the former Soviet republic of Ukraine in late February. For more than two years, the tourism industry has been affected due to the spread of Covid-19 which has turned the world upside down. …

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Liz Truss announces increased UK sanctions against Russia

“Our latest wave of measures will end British imports of Russian energy and decimate Putin’s war machine,” British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said. As the British armed forces remembered the Falkland Islands conflict in 1982, the UNGA suspended Russia from UNHCR on a US resolution for gross and systemic human …

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Global Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Market Overview to 2027 – Size, Trends and Growth Opportunities – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Market Size, Trends and Growth Opportunities, by Technology, by Shape, by Payload Type, by Application by Region and Forecast to 2027.” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Market was valued at USD 1.5 Billion in 2020 and is projected to …

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Stoli’s Damien McKinney: ‘I have another special forces mission in me’

Immediately after the launch of the invasion of Ukraine, videos began to appear on social media of people, including state governors and bar owners in the United States, pouring Stolichnaya vodka into the sewers to protest against everything Russian. The brand has been caught in the wave of popular opinion …

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Montenegrin cinema cancels screening of Serbian Chetnik film

An image from the film “Entouré” about the Chetnik movement. Photo: www.filmnikolakalabic.com. The Cineplexx cinema in the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica, said on Friday it would no longer show the film “Surrounded”, about a Serbian World War II Chetnik leader, Nikola Kalabic, after activists on social media demanded the cancellation of …

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Italian banking giant UniCredit is being sued by a crypto firm for $144 million

Key ideas: UniCredit (UCG) is fined $144 million for closing crypto-related accounts. A subsidiary of Bitminer Factory sued UniCredit in Banka Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. UniCredit joins several banks that have taken a hard line on crypto-related businesses. UniCredit SpA (UCG), Italy’s largest commercial bank, is the 34and largest in …

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“We are rekindling Bosnia and Herzegovina’s cultural ties with India”

Ambassador Muhamed Čengić talks about his session at JLF 2022, the relevance of the book of poems by the great Bosnian poet Mehmed Alija Mak Dizdar and the collaboration between India and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the fields of art and Culture. Muhamed Čengić, Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to …

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Croatian film festivals: an overview

March 23, 2022 – As the 94th Academy Awards fast approach, Total Croatia News takes a look at some of the major Croatian film festivals celebrating the best of Croatian and international cinema, paving the way for major film festivals around the world . This Sunday, at the Dolby Theater …

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Russian wheat demand remains strong despite war

Russia still exports oil and wheat to certain destinations via the Black Sea. File photo: MarineTraffic COMMERCIAL flows out of the Black Sea region, particularly from Ukrainian ports, were severely disrupted by Russia’s invasion of its western neighbor on February 24. The region’s exports are a vital part of the …

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Fred. Olsen unveils its new cruise program for summer 2023

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has unveiled a new sailing program for summer 2023, which includes “scenic sailings”, “cultural discoveries” and “special events ashore”. According to a press release, the new crossings include the lesser-known Adriatic towns of Durrës in Albania, Neum in Bosnia and Koper in Slovenia; the Midnight Sun …

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In Ukraine, female war reporters build on the legacy of pioneers

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Clarissa Ward interrupted her live television report about Ukrainian refugees to help a distraught elderly man, then a woman, down a steep path mangled by an explosion, gently urging them in their tongues. A day later, New York Times photographer Lynsey Addario captured a grim image …

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Want to know more about the history of the Ukraine-Russia war? Start watching their movies

Jhe Euromaidan revolt that toppled former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and the Donbass conflict resulted in a wide range of cinematic content in Ukrainian and Russian from 2014 onwards. war, but if there is one thing that is certain, it is this: cinema is now the gateway to history for …

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Sarajevo Film Festival adds Ukraine to its regional programs

SARAJEVO 2022 03/11/2022 – Ukrainian films, projects and filmmakers will now be eligible for official sections of the festival, CineLink industry days, talents and a new residency program Still by Sergei Loznitsa reflections The Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF) has announced that it will add Ukraine to its official sections: competition …

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HBO Max expands to 61 territories worldwide

LOS ANGELES—HBO Max has launched in 15 additional European countries, including the Netherlands, Portugal, Hungary, Poland and Romania, making the WarnerMedia streaming platform available in 61 territories in Europe, the United States, America Latin and the Caribbean. Later this year, HBO Max will expand to six more countries: Turkey, Greece, …

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AIA ‘Curbside Chat’ on electric vehicles, e-commerce and more, March 8, 1:00 p.m. ET

The latest episode of AIA Canada’s Curbside Chat series “Rethinking the Aftermarket: Electric Vehicles, E-Commerce and Shifting Expectations” will address a variety of interconnected themes challenging the industry. In this episode, AIA President Bob Jaworski sits down with podcast guest: Jasna Smiljcic, Director of Sales for Canada – Gates Corporation, …

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Will Elon Musk change Germany?

JIT’S A big week for Tesla’s “gigafactory” in Grünheide, near Berlin. According to the German press, the American electric car manufacturer will get the final green light from local authorities to start operations in a few days. In a way, it already is. On February 28, Tesla workers elected their …

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The impact of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis on European travel demand

The escalation of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis in recent days has upset the global balance and brought with it a new climate of tension and insecurity, forcing the world to put everything (including the pandemic) on the back burner. Of course, the tourism sector has also been affected by these developments; …

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Ruble plunges, Shell exits Russia

MOSCOW (AP) — Ordinary Russians face the prospect of higher prices as Western sanctions against invading Ukraine sent the ruble plummeting. It has led to uneasy people queuing at banks and ATMs in a country that has seen more than one currency disaster in the post-Soviet era. The Russian currency …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina’s economy will feel the consequences of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict – Sarajevo Times

President of the Chamber of Foreign Trade of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Ahmet Egrlic Explain that the economy of BiH will directly feel the effects of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine because foreign trade with these countries could be reducedand indirectly through energy imports. ”With regard to direct damage, …

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Why the United States is using semiconductors to curb the Russian invasion of Ukraine

A serviceman of the Ukrainian Armed Forces stands in front of tanks of the 92nd Separate Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, parked at their base near the village of Klugino-Bashkirivka, Kharkiv regionPhoto: Sergei Bobok (Getty Images) Semiconductor chips, the seemingly mundane component responsible for derail global supply chains …

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The 32nd annual International Water Tasting is scheduled for this weekend – The Morgan Messenger

The Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting welcomes waters from sixteen countries and states as far apart as Hawaii on Saturday, February 26. Held at the Country Inn in the historic spa town of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, it’s the world’s largest and longest running water tasting, dubbed by BuzzFeed and …

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Boris Johnson latest: Prime Minister ‘told he must resign if he breaks the law’

Watch excruciating exchange as Boris Johnson dodges Partygate questions 17 times Boris Johnson will lose the support of at least two cabinet ministers if he is fined for breaking his own coronavirus laws, according to a report. The Prime Minister’s allies have said he will not resign if he is …

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Iran FM Meets Foreign Officials at Munich Security Conference

TEHRAN — Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian, who is in Germany to attend the 58th Munich Security Conference, met with several foreign officials on the sidelines of the global gathering. Amir Abdollahian had a meeting with Slovenian President Borut Pahor to discuss the latest situation of bilateral relations and …

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Lobbying fears as MPs’ interest groups receive £13m from private companies | Pressure

More than £13million has been poured into a growing network of MPs’ interest groups by private companies including health bodies, arms companies and tech giants, fueling concerns about the potential backdoor influence. An analysis by the Guardian and openDemocracy found that more than half of the total £25m funding for …

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New Bedford Police hire Jensen Hughes to review policies and procedures

NEW BEDFORD — The New Bedford Police Department has hired a consulting firm to ensure the department follows best practices and sound policies and procedures. The assessment has been ongoing since December 2021 and will continue through June 2022 to determine ways to improve departmental procedures, organizational vision as well …

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Cryptocurrency trading has some surprising side effects. And the brain drain is just one of them

Stories of self-made crypto millionaires create irresistible allure, but it’s an industry fraught with risk. Image: tdub303/GETTY When 31-year-old marketing professional Tale Anastasov first heard how much money could be made mining cryptocurrency, it sounded almost too good to be true. But when his friend sold his apartment and bought …

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With the introduction of taxation in Semberija, thousands of handicraft shops have been closed – Sarajevo Times

Ancient craftsmanship was once the backbone of the Sember Plain’s economic development. Today, we can count on the fingers of one hand the excellent masters of the trade who have known how to preserve the tradition. With the development of industry and the introduction of taxation, more than 3.000 craft …

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CPH:FORUM unveils the selection of its 2022 edition

02/11/2022 – A total of 30 projects and six Nordic works in progress have been selected for the industry event, which will take place physically in Copenhagen Megaheart by Emily Norling, one of the titles participating in CPH:FORUM From March 28 to 31, 2022, CPH:FORUM, the international creative documentary funding …

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Q&A with Tanya Cubric – Commerce at the Omnibus Theater

To exchange is one of 11 shows that moved to the Omnibus Theater following the cancellation of the VAULT Festival. The production is a thought-provoking new play that explores morality and power within the European sex trafficking industry. Commerce Cast. Credit Trade the game. Directed by Maddy Corner, the cast …

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Maja Medic • Director of I Want You To Know

“I have never been so sure of anything in my life as making this film” 02/07/2022 – In her project, winner of the Cineuropa Marketing Award at When East Meets West in Trieste, the director will delve into her personal experience of post-war trauma in Serbia Serbian cinematographer and director …

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Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan opens new office in China

Dar Al Arkan, a leading real estate company in Saudi Arabia, continued its growth momentum by announcing the opening of its office in Beijing, China. This is in line with its strategic expansion and builds on spreading leading Saudi brands to the world. Dar Al Arkan said the Beijing office …

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Sarantis SA: The group with the Sanitas Professional brand participates in HORECA 2022

The Sarantis Group with the Sanitas Professional brand participates in HORECA 2022, the fair that shapes the evolution of the hospitality industry in Greece. Sanitas Professional offers a wide range of products for food packaging, waste management, cleaning tools and detergents, meeting the needs of every professional. Find Sanitas Professional …

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Jamaat-e-Islami J&K distances itself from RToK conference on Kashmir in Bosnia

After recent allegations in the Dis InfoLab report against Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) J&K regarding its involvement in a conference held in Bosnia, the organization clarified on Wednesday that it had nothing to do with the “Tribunal of Russell” on Kashmir (RToK). The Jamaat, a politico-religious organization, has dissociated itself from RToK …

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What is soil pollution? Environmental impacts and mitigation

Soil pollution defines dangerously high concentrations of contaminants in the soil. While contaminants such as metals, inorganic ions, salts and organic compounds occur naturally in soils, these contaminants can exceed natural levels and become pollution. The impacts of soil pollution can be detrimental to soil, plant growth and entire habitats. …

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Industry, Media and Conflict – Daily Bulldog

I was among the first Marines to use a computer for work. At that time, we carefully separated devices that monitored vital systems or stored sensitive information from those that had Internet access. We did this because we were concerned that the Russians and others would use the Internet to …

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Get to know the other wine

Oenophiles, whether experts or simple enthusiasts, all know Red, White and Rosé Wines, the colors come from the manipulations during the production. Specifically, they come from the skin of grapes. Virtually all wine juices are clear and relatively the same. White wines produced by separating the juice from the greenish …

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Chino Legislator Connie Leyva bids for San Bernardino County Supervisor – Press Enterprise

State Senator Connie Leyva, D-Chino, will not seek re-election to the state Legislature in November. Instead, she will run for an office much closer to home — a seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. State Sen. Connie Leyva, D-Chino. Leyva, a former labor leader, was elected to …

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SalamAir plans flights to Duqm and Masirah Island

Muscat – SalamAir, Oman’s budget airline, plans to launch domestic flights to Duqm in Al Wusta Governorate as well as Masirah Island in southern Sharqiyah. Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir, confirmed in an interview with the Omani News Agency that the company had submitted a request to the relevant …

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Sent: US will sanction those who undermine peace in Bosnia

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — The United States remains committed to Bosnia and will continue to impose sanctions on individuals who engage in corruption and “sow divisions” in the Balkan nation, which has failed to never fully recovered from its brutal 1992-95 war, a senior US official said on …

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Huey helicopters delivered to Bosnia and Herzegovina | military scene

In December, a team from the Multinational Office of Special Projects delivered four UH-1H Huey II aircraft and support equipment to the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The MASPO team coordinated contract actions, arranged transportation and assisted in loading helicopters onto an Antonov, An-124, Ruslan cargo plane at Huntsville …

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The Aquafarm show postponed for three months

The next editions of AquaFarm, NovelFarm and the new AlgaeFarm project are postponed from May 25-26 and 27, 2022 to February 25. A special conference day is scheduled for May 27. In the 2020 edition, the fair recorded 35% foreign exhibitors and an international audience of 15% of the total …

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Jasmila Zbanic is reviled in Serbia and ‘disobedient’ at home

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina – A famous Bosnian director always knew her latest film, the heartbreaking drama of a mother trying in vain to save her husband and two sons from the Srebrenica massacre in 1995, would be criticized by Serbian nationalists. But filmmaker Jasmila Zbanic was surprised again when …

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Slovenia and the Czech Republic to phase out coal by 2033

The Slovenian government has adopted the National Strategy for Coal Exit and Restructuring of Coal Regions in accordance with Just Transition principles, setting 2033 as the year of completion of coal phase-out. The new Czech government announced that the use of coal in the country would cease the same year …

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Croatia is part of Nestlé’s new market made up of 11 countries

January 13, 2022 – The Republic of Croatia has become one of the countries in Nestlé’s new market which spans eleven nations, according to Alessandro Zanelli, Market Leader for the Southern and Eastern European market. As Poslovni Dnevnik/Marta Duic writes, Nestlé, as one of the world’s leading and well-known companies …

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Crocs (CROX) 2021 opinion has risen on brand strength and stock dips

Crocs inc. CROX increased its 2021 revenue and adjusted its operating margin forecast to reflect the strength of the Crocs brand despite current supply chain challenges. At the same time, he reiterated his initial vision for 2022. Driven by the expected strength of the Crocs brand, the company reiterated its …

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2 Haitian journalists killed by a gang near the capital: Police

INTERVIEW: Advertising Guru Ahmad Abu Zannad Confronts Noam Chomsky in Latest Book “Adman vs. Chomsky” DUBAI: “As an industry, we may have lost our mojo,” writes Ahmad Abu Zannad in his book “Adman vs. Chomsky ”. He talks about the advertising industry, of which he has been a part for …

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Tycoon-backed Serbian investment firm acquires Southampton FC

BELGRADE (Serbia), Jan. 5 (SeeNews) – Sport Republic, a London-based investment company whose main investor is Serbian billionaire Dragan Solak, founder of United Group, active in South-Eastern Europe, has finalized the acquisition of a controlling stake in Southampton Football Club, says the club. Solak has bought the majority stake from …

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