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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

04:09 min | Last week

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

"Cyprus zero luxembourg. Azerbaijan played two zero zero. Draw endure at zero latvia five See malta one. Faeroe islands one and then gibraltar in liechtenstein played. A one one draw so tomorrow. The final game of match day six except for maybe those two Let's see romania norway as well as swift to win ukraine. They'll probably gonna be made up. here's we got. We got bosnia-herzegovina hosting it. In poland vs netherlands belgium versus denmark england versus iceland austria hosting norway northern ireland hosting romania the czech republic versus lavar kia Israel hosting scotland versus russia hungary versus turkey ireland vs bulgaria wales versus finland armenia verses north macedonia georgia vs estonia greece for slovenia kosovo hosting moldova kazakhstan vs lithuania and albania hosting belarus. Excuse me so as of right now history so matches to be played some needs to be made up but this is this is how the the table looks right now for The for nations league. We got group a one italy sitting on top followed by the netherlands. Poland and bosnia and herzegovina group..

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

03:11 min | Last month

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"And especially because these elections are local and we are down at the level of towns municipalities cities and all of them have different problems. and Just finding people with. Engaged and enthusiastic is is very encouraging. But also helping them think through issues is also exciting and rewarding knowing full. fully aware that Every one of them has a different set of issues, but you were learning what those issues are is very helpful. Then trying to figure out what your picture is meaning when you roll all of those problems up off the higher level. View of possible solutions for possible problems could emerge or does emerge and and help us thing things off especially for the next election whether we have to talk about Kim tone on Canton all entity or or the country level institutions, but it is exciting. It's also off sometimes you know in in a group of 11 let's say 11 or so candidates. You find a person who is very optimistic. We're in a tough situation says listen people. It's okay. We do what we can there's no money will find some let's do something interesting that they can work with. Where do we need the citizens? What is it that we tell them and what is it that they give them and and and in Bosnia-Herzegovina normal thing is that these parties print a lot of off there along with some pencils on lighters or whatever and that's something that what is cool about it is the people who really like those especially in our lighters and what is interesting is that you get that and then if you smoke and you put it on the table and everybody sees off and that's a commercial For Those ads for the four people who actually looking at I think so because it's I don't know if you're familiar with the phrase swag in the US stuck can't get that's what it is and people love it and that's when it's cool off. And are so proud when they do something with their own money and it's real good that unusual like a key chain or whatever. They are. Then they give it to you as look I did this by myself and designed it and other part of that they would basically control everything from Center, but we don't do that we We give them give them space to be creative..

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

04:29 min | 2 months ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Will within boss degree know normal Bosnia-Herzegovina in in in the form of town hall meetings in support of local candidates. And also there will be home or at least his planned visit to perhaps Germany and Austria because there's a large number of Voters there who need some Help in understanding the issues and how they can influence it. internally So what is happening is that we are coming up with a plan of all of those visits within that we of course have to include those protests walks off finish up that sequence that we started in most start. in the command believe of this year. So in addition to that we are getting ready for the campaign almost with no money. With your to figure out the approach the message the way to get two people the medium that can be used to convey the message. And we have volunteers who are really happy and capable happy to participate and capable but the screen is showing I have to tell you there's so many things to do so many tasks so many creative ideas. But so little time did they have available to afford to discussing suggest the issues simply because they are jobs the family responsibilities and so on and off our needs are growing that for example team for communication and marketing Communications and marketing had twenty twenty-five volunteers now, it's down to six seven people because people there is a burnout You don't sleep at night and plus. People feel that they needed right away and the team can respond in to 3 7 days and there's a clash and irresponsible. People are angry at you and you are not doing his best. He can with the tiny available if you like. You're a good person because you are contributing but they are making a bad person because you're not responding in time that it's nice for the original request to be fully satisfied. So we getting ready for the campaign. Where do women a lot of volunteers a lot of teens expert team steamed for communications and marketing election team team for conducting elections Logistics of the elections. political Advisory Board Academy the feast a blushed experts advisory boards for various areas the executive director that may have the vice president and all of those people are there, but it is clear that Whatever you want to do requires running in the end in order to execute it. Well most of it and you immediately off the total of the finances of a limited to extend the fee will have to think about restructuring our central office in terms of Staffing in order to work with within the budget that we have. It is interesting than the other day. the one of our candidates for me is who had a a TV appearance together with with young candidate for a job mayorship within available and.

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Travel to Bosnia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:51 min | 5 months ago

Travel to Bosnia

"Welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen? Let's talk about Bosnia. I like to welcome to the show. Canaan Charter, which who is coming from Bosnia and his coming to us from highlander adventures dot, be and has come to talk to us about Bosnia Herzegovina. Canaan welcome to the show. Thank you very much happy to be here excellent and for people who can't find Bosnia and Herzegovina on a map. Where are we talking about? Well. Everyone knows how to find Italy. It's a big shoe ships country. You have a boot-shaped country, so just go to the right side across the Atlantic Sea and we are right there. Well and your neighbor of Croatia. Bosnia you know goes around like little crescent moon. knoll on the West and south, and then these we have Serbia and southeast Montenegro. I to address. You're interested in making sure that people understand that. If they remember news about Bosnia, they may be remembering news from twenty thirty years ago when Bosnia was going through. A, war that's done, and that's been done now for quite a long time there there are people who are out in the working world who don't remember that and it's a wonderful place to go I. Want to say that I was anxious to do this show because we haven't done a show on Bosnia for a long time. And since then I have been to the country and loved it. So why should someone go to Bosnia Herzegovina? Well, there is a lot of reasons depending what you're interested in now. Bosnia is very complex country, but extremely small size of Pennsylvania, but inside. You have so much for the adventure seekers. There are so many adventure opportunities from Whitewater. Rafting canyoning to paragliding hiking is spectacular, and then if you're into history, we say that we have much more history than we can handle. Different Than Empires were here. We like to say where the crossroads or that where the meeting between the East and the West. Culturally very complex country, and also religiously we have Muslims, we have the Orthodox Christians, and we have Catholics with three big groups. Of course there's the Jewish community here which has been here since they were thrown out of Spain after Kista, so for five hundred years, all of these make this crazy, crazy and beautiful mix that very interesting for foreigners to see because inside I will for example and. And in many other cities in Bosnia, you can pined mosque Docs Church Catholic, Church and a synagogue literally in two hundred meter radius, and it's been like that for five hundred years while inside I will because that's how will the city is? And all of a Bosnia and we're very proud of that architecturally very different from anything else you can find in Europe you're GonNa, find this mix of. Of European styles as well as the optimum styles and a lot of course, local Bosnian styles in all of that mixed together will like to say that we are a Bosnian pots. That's one dish that we have. It's cooked in a big pot with a lot of things, mixed sight, and that's Bosnia a lot of things mixed, and it works perfectly. An Indian taste is fantastic why you should. Should visit Bosnian well. Whatever you choose. You're GONNA love it. If you're into history too much of it, you're into nature. It's absolutely stunning. It's fantastic, magic Pennsylvania, and then put inside the Rockies Grand Canyon Inca trail at a lot of other things as well a bit of New Zealand as well. We just like seaside. We have twenty four kilometers of seaside, so that's one thing with them have. And then, of course, for actually learning history or getting certain messages, let's say about life about history. How people live together or how they don't like each other, because while we had a lot of wars, let's especially in the last two hundred years. There's a lot of lessons that you can learn in Boston. Let's say war tourism doctors is now very big part of tourism in in Bosnia so if you want to learn about that, we are definitely to come to see what happens. If you don't defeat fascism, like most of Europe defeated off the Second World War and it actually shows how life can be both good and the bat also if you want to visit a place. which is completely different than rest of the Europe and very relaxed very laid back with fantastic food, most at a lot of reasons I think.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

10:14 min | 9 months ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"With the needs of each local community and we will hopefully take an effort. Generalize it so that it is applicable to any municipality in Bosnia Herzegovina Velasco members to go around all the people so that we know what the real issues car as far as they are concerned on the one hand and to demonstrate the ease. The only cool in the benefits of actually. I want to talk a little about the electron voting but in terms of the proposal for most star. How moving forward to something like that. Get adopted these on the local level or does it have to be from above. Or how does that work yes so in most are there are two major parties? Both nationalists voiced participating Nestle's interests and they have actually been working on their own solution and this has been happening for for ten more than ten years. They simply don't want another election. They okay with the fact that they shared power and they want to keep it forever. They don't even want to have elections so new expectations. They're the only hope we see is in the international community to basically put some pressure loca powers political leaders planning to do is to lizards six seven eight embassies told to the ambassador's explain Tiv- our solution the difference. What it promises to her. Why we think important and see if they understand what we proposed. offer Saas as a way forwards successfully could mean seek them. We hope that pleased. It is going to be on the table as Aclu Shin. When those two nationalist parties get together though we also promoting the heavily electronically the importance of Mostar and the situation resolution of the situation in Mostar has the key elements of the resolution on the situation in Bosnia. To new even in our situation these via simply divided there are there are forces the trying to pull it apart as far as they can hoping that it will reach a breaking point so it has to be declared. The of the Central Electoral Committee has to declare Alexis in all was the instigator including Mostar. They have to make sure that most stars ready to elections but they they have to be declared by the Central Electoral Commission Daily claimed that there will be elections. Were they when they had It just like anybody. Even this is central Electric Commission Essential Election Commission is also partisan they are stacked or staffed with members or at least sympathizers of various parties and the ad through In what can be done. How far all of it can be done or if done at all in the hope that they will also be clear. Election lost elections in Mostar to take place at that. Same Time Win. It is going to happen in the rest of the country. There are some indication indications that they will try to do that that they really relieved to do that by To do it at the same time order it to be done at the same time as other municipalities but to actually could not conducted a related point next year if that means that we need that just because we will need more time to get ready for fine but if it is just a tactic tactic for delaying possibility elections in Mostar than it is a dangerous position. So we're GonNa see what will actually happen. So ultimately it can't the final decision can't come from the local municipality in essence. I mean they can be supportive of it. But it's still got to be approved from above in order to do the voting as you recommend in recommending or the holding the actual election Central Electoral Commission is the body that actually declares elections and is responsible for the veracity clearly cletus of those elections in the past star defied the co Ford elections by claiming. There's no political consensus as to how to organize a you know it's easy to say. Go ahead go to the voting booth of invokes. The party's recent about whether the ballot look like what are we waiting for? Who Votes for? Who has the right to ward for whom that is clear it at this has a minor for of this is gerrymandering that beheading? United States. Where you actually? Changing the voting visit geographic shape both voting districts in order to get the to make majority democratic or resorted to public so they basically know the outcome that you're going to be a democrat. He the certainly not no. You don't necessarily know who the person will be but you know it's going to be Republicans and the same thing. They're trying to do here except that they're trying to make it so much. Morris deterministic and predictable. It says they actually want not only that it's Bosnia but from specific party crowder buzzing. They want exactly the party. There are a hundred and what forty two partisan abundant tuna? They don't all all of out of all of those credit informative. They were like three are to be demeaned. Beneficiary will the votes and those are the three Parties that are in the art at have been in power for a while they have each other us. Fear fear mongering as the main strategy from those of other people so that you steep video to your own own. Don't care about others though. That's how you are tearing up or the fabric of this. Aside must star is very important is the key to. It's always the heart of Bosnia Herzegovina simply because has always had very strong presence of all three plus Groups a service are integrate minority now and cross in Bosnia stop but cleanly separated when it comes to where they so we have a case of a city that was vibrant. Culture was alive where humor was the most important treat of Person Trade Serena the tweet trade characteristic In I have never never ever imagined a possibility of such open open minded. Cd becoming a place for Fascist ideology could rain any day a city with two sometimes three schools under one roof.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

07:34 min | 9 months ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Provide a list of recommendations that they have municipalities for various Seats at the level of county or mayoral candidates so Though at least as they call it here the list of candidates for various political positions. They need to submit asked. There's a deadline two weeks out two weeks from now and people are really anxious about understanding. Cool what how what stategy. What's implanted? Where's the money? And we are basically telling them that they really should stop waiting for some command or directions from the central Governing Body on presidency but they should exercise judgment of creativity to figure out what the local issues are and what candidates they might find to be by The process for selecting the canons provided we select the overall idea for approaching elections but Predominantly thinking in Bosnia. Is that somebody from Bob would tell people what do and we're trying to convey the message. That platform is very different. It will we try to do. Is Empower them to think creatively about local conditions and we said pretty set principles The stem for but they should derive their accents base of those principles soon. We will provide the yolk with analytics access to experts who could provide opinion some topics. We can provide the feedback. We can put him in touch with each other can organiz needing where we cannot really want. Tell them what they should go Watch what their agenda Action Agenda will be what is either a when a promotes yesterday. That was a meeting that I organized with a board of three units. That are that are hard to what is called. The city of that there are four such municipalities. One is the Old Town Center. The New Sunday will added Utah or new city and so it reflects us or able grew out of the center of the core that that now. It's called the Old Town and so I have on my condo is. I'm in the municipality. He's cooled center and so we were meeting with them in the neighboring news about this new town in new center so it was all about things that they might have in. Common commenting himself needs abilities to or needs to to address and it was interesting very early. On the issue of the quality of air quality of air. It was important to all of them. The illegal construction war unplanned construction construction. There is not according to the established. A zoning plan sand Them what do they call? It is not an urban construction with something like that Urban Planner beneath the plan borough of plane of development people simply us either sometimes on on On the public property put a building cows with sometimes on their own property. Put a house there. It's not according to the code of didn't permit Florence in so that it's relevant started in all the oldest Slavia. They continued to this day which is really interesting and so those are just some of these angles to they. Were talking about The things that are talking about in in the context of things that need to be fixed. Also things like E city government ability to do business with the city or municipalities or receive services via digital means like website or whatever as opposed to going there in person waiting in line and really depending on the goodwill clerks to get where they need to get done and that is often a reason for or another opportunity for two processes so anyway we talked about Those plans and in addition to the three boards of the boards of the three municipalities. We had in presence the The Board of the regional board that oversees not only sorry but many other cities in the central Bosnia Our Region Coal Wachner Boston or which is one of the rivers damn the in central Bosnia in our regions According to the river space In in Bosnia Herzegovina so that is a sentiment that is ever people just trying to need with the central with me or deliver so the presidency or presidential board the governing board of a platform for protest. Because they believe this. That's the body that should make all the decisions Saturday going beyond saying. Please go ahead. And Act locally. Also encouraging regional boards did is overseeing sid number of municipalities to for them to start acting responsibly. When it comes to that region in they should be the voice of the platform for progress in that region dot me or the governing body platform for purposes. That is something learning to activate the middle eight year that they should take responsibility.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

02:41 min | 11 months ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Put more fear vote in process. It is going to be almost impossible. Took removed from power is nationalist who have been taking the country down the path of poverty. It just one last one. I've noticed particularly in the last two or three months. You've mentioned more and more about meetings with business. Representatives be it from Bosnia and Herzegovina or from outside the country. It seems like it's picking up now that the platform is being more recognized in well known that you're being approached more. How can we do this? How can we make it work and help the the economy? Yes and I'm really glad for that Arab outback because those people can also be helpful into funding organizations nation but also they can keep me more knowledgeable about their true needs in reached solutions for getting the economy started would make sense to them But I haven't really really pleased those conversations because they all oh usually very efficient. They don't spend too much time. They know exactly what a what kind of answers they liked to see and suggest a couple. Thanks so it has been really effective reproductive effect it more businessmen know about us. It's great to talk to us at the same time We are seeing house fearing is three twenty. Go to coffee. Show go to buy something in in the department store away. Renegade stopped by policemen. You see the people as you which is just a test of Massad awed though the movement note and more and more people really know their few worth you were people who have unheard about for progress so it is interesting. I we pleased with that. But that's more tweets table with any other places in Bosnia Herzegovina which is also indication of how to tremble more research places part of the job. You signed happy. Belated birthday my friend. I was not aware so certainly..

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"After Alcoa's -ation laws there's We had the meeting of our presidency. It's a board that governs the the highest or good with the bipolar performance so governing board and Interesting thing about athletes that's For Sunday ever cited to talk about defect debts within that board and within the platform for purpose we do have multiple views in multiple perspectives because We have representatives of all ethnic groups within in Bosnia Herzegovina and the that we do need to figure out our standard collected or many issues that are controversy. Soon added was interesting that the open. That discussion will continue that discussion. The twenty fifth of this mugs when we will have any person coalition meeting most all our meetings meetings the one of the twenty fifth will be in person meeting Saturday but it will come to and we will continue our all that topic For example when we issue a press release on any issue issue that we want to talk about the question is will be. CD'S PRO-BOSNIA PRO-SERBIAN PROCR- Heads it or will it be proposed the right things that are seen seen as right by all sides because we have members that will of different eh groups so any it's not about political correctness by these about the state. What is it that be stand? Ford that all our neighbors can identify it. It's it's it's a tough issue simply because there are many Genocide deniers in in Bosnia to on sides other than the Bosniaks We know that of course it happened because the traditional court said it happened to scientists.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"It relationships between the Nationals Nationalist Parties Dad are in power and they will think that within the existing mm-hmm system. Something can be done the night. Tell Them No. You cannot expect people who love the system that is in right now that they create allows them to be powered forever at US living. That's hours think these they have no reason to change the Oni way to keep the people here to improve the economy improve the judicial system to to reduce corruption is to get the new sleigh to leaders in quays. Those who have Mattia says me talk as we see. The country edged first capability honesty. It's going to be too tough but more and where people are getting the message. I've been more recognized. We all will be more more recognized. we are present in as I mentioned attention as I mentioned already how we are present in the media even though there is the reason for us to be there because not pissing to any level of government government in Bosnia. So things happen again on positive. I love those conversations. It's just frustrating that it can be done the much more if People just realized that it's up to them events our task to convince it's up to them and get them to actually do it. So The outages actually create Especially now soclean faster because it's not just the we have established an organization Asian forty five cities on this abuse and nine countries in the world. A Lot. More people talking about it so it's spreading much faster adults so it's working. It's working well. That was the other thing that I sensed. I will make this the last one in terms our conversations. I'm hearing more and more where people are reaching out to you. Businesses and those types of things talking about the economy. I mean how they want to get more involved and they're coming into you to talk to you about it so that they're obviously seeing or hearing something that gives them some hope that this they can build the economy. Yeah that is true. There are beautiful examples of companies. Essentially do whatever they can despite or inspite the system Swedish company size especially a good example Campbell power people incident who work really hard and establish themselves as really good group of immigrants. They are by far the best in the best integrated Emigrants incedent in Spanish Ambassador Promote Those companies people Swedish companies founded by Bosnian people with an established. Presence in Bosnia Herzegovina. Working really will vote so there are examples of successes successes however It is interesting that a meeting a German fallow probably talked about lost Lawson. Who is doing everything? He can to bring energy related companies to to this area and local governments just preventing it from the happenings of increasing. I see more exits like that. There's so many opportunities that are being realized because those of us But it will take him. It will take in. The street will take out any to actually do something meaningful in addition to every person to make a change in this country..

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The breakup of the former Yugoslavia in the early nineteen nineties sparked some of the bloodiest wars in European history between nineteen ninety two and ninety five Bosnia Herzegovina was especially affected as its many ethnicities and religions who all live together under Yugoslavian real began fighting each other for lands and power as many as two hundred thousand people were killed two million displaced and thousands more are still missing narrow twenty four years since the war ended street artists are working to bring color back to Mostar in the side of the country which lost so much Nestle Carney has more I joined marina mimosa a young teacher by profession for a coffee at the OKC across of its youth center in Mostar it was here she says that her idea of a street art festival in her war weary city first took shape I want to make view the for my public space because after twenty years we still have lots of damage and injury in on the streets like war was yesterday and all all around us was and still are ruins and that was in some way inspired me to bring our in our public space most of which lives in southern Bosnia Herzegovina the war of the nineteen nineties hi numerous city buildings and cultural institutions such as the centuries old Ottoman build starring most bridge were reduced to rubble or destroyed by the fighting amateur graffiti then began popping up across the country as a way to commemorate victims should defiance or simply distract people from the damaged buildings in a way this new wave of art is painted over the pains of the past and transforming the city's narrative marina says when you see something really powerful ugh specially being more I'll read you the full paintings and before them was like the age of fifty nine not not seen only signs or something people really love twenty four year old local residents let me ask leverage may have only been a day when the war had her city but she appreciates the positive image the street art now gives we'll start.

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Military chief of UNs most dangerous mission, in Mali, confident progress can be made

UN News

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Military chief of UNs most dangerous mission, in Mali, confident progress can be made

"The U._N.. Mission in Mali Minnesota is one of the toughest U._N.. Peacekeeping Operations in the world peacekeepers stationed there have sustained severe and regular casualties from the activities of armed groups in the north of the country and many civilians of born the brunt of instability which includes deadly into ethnic clashes the full commander of municipal is the Swedish General Dennis Yudin spoarer. He has an extensive background in international national peace operations notably in Bosnia Herzegovina Sudan and Afghanistan Ben Mailer from you. A news asked General Yoon spoarer to outline why the U._N.. Must maintain its presence in Mali first of all the U._N.. When Mission Imola is important not just from all not just for the region but it has implications for other parts of the world so it's a conflict that should do concern a lot of other countries and we see that manifest itself in the huge commitment <hes> in the force with some fifty five nations being dedicated to make a difference and second part is that is a very challenging mission that has <hes> threats that seldom come to to U._N.? Mission we have I._D.. Threats we have other ESA metric threats that makes it a difficult <hes> operation. It's serious in the sense that <hes> it defects population ocean at the end of the day the mall populations are the victims every day and in particular in the central region. We have a lot of attacks against civilians we see. The <hes> women receive children being attacked <hes> on on different <hes> in different locations and this is an environment that is unacceptable and we will do everything we can to to mitigate these threats. Somebody has described U._N.. Mission in Mali as probably the most dangerous peacekeeping mission in the world. What would you say to that? What is your view on that while I haven't found a comparison but it is <hes> <hes> it is a difficult mission and sadly we have had too many fatalities in the mission the way forward is to stay firm to stay proactive and to adjust to the threat environment and eh be unpredictable with regards to to these <hes> groups on groups that <hes> challenge security we will continue to do so we are determined and we are focused on our mandate? What is the greatest need for you who and the troops in Mali to be able to succeed against this violent forces in the country particularly in the north to make progress at the most important part for the country's a whole <hes> and also to ensure <unk> security is to to make sure that the government extend its authority throughout the country being pressed sent the providing social services including security that will be the best way to bring the country? Ah Back to peace and stability we will be there s a facilitator supporter but the government is too key actress for people who may not have the map of Mali. Can you describe how broad. Road how wide how big the country's because you mention govern presence in many parts is probably lacking describe how large and Iria covered in why that is challenged well. It's a large which country and <hes> it's some fourteen million people in the country comparing it to other countries <hes> in particular juror most of them would be divorced by by the size of the mall moving from Bamako grow up to the north where we have stationed take some three hours of flying and that's not at all at a very north of the country so it's a huge area to cover some parts of debt. Ah Danced in the central region southern part but in the north <hes> there are the people that live there are dispersed small villages and they are spread out throughout this vast area yeah. It's not just the U._N.. Peacekeeping mission that is active in Mali varies also the French counter-terrorism abrasion going on in Mali and we also have the G. Five Sahel joint force how how do you as force commander for the U._N.. Mission combined with all these other elements. Are there too many chiefs too many actors making things complicated how you manage well <hes> at the end of the day we all the have shared the same aspiration and bringing peace and security to molly we have different mandates and we have different reporting chains but on the ground we share this aspirational moving. Living things practically on the ground so I say with great determination that the corporation works very well be meet we discussed we exchange information on a daily basis on different operations. We will have to continue to do this even more in the future but I'm very pleased with a corporation that <hes> that we enjoy and it's a necessity to have different different <hes> missions because we have so different mandates the situation in Libya. A lot of people believe that is what has led down south to the deteriorating situation in Mali. How much is the situation in Mali affected by instability insecurity up north in leader aid? It's difficult to say to what extent but <hes> there is. <hes> correlation what happens in northern Africa Libya impacts <hes> molly as much as impacts the neighboring countries so molly and we will have to continue to monitor development there in order to better understand how security threats toward security will develop in the coming in coming months. If somebody's feeling hopeless thinking that the situation in Molly's just worse how would you as false command. Give them hope to tell them that you can see light at the end of the tunnel. What signs do you see? I see some very promising signs and I would like to emphasize the government's commitment now stepping forward realizing the urgency and the need.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on The Outside In

The Outside In

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on The Outside In

"I'm and we are the outside in today's episode. Were GonNA GONNA be focusing on communities. <hes> what makes a community as well as the I guess you could say the process of developing communities and why humans need them and we've also done some some interviews. My name is out of inertia. I'm in length grader seventeen years old and I'm from Bosnia Herzegovina High Ratings Harry. I'm Mike Vermes name is very I am from twelve from your mar and I'm seventeen years old. My name is delicious. Irony eleventh grader soon to be senior and I'm from Israel was killed and I'm the twelfth grade I'm from Croatia in the.

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Europe's Balkan dilemma

FT World Weekly

14:18 min | 1 year ago

Europe's Balkan dilemma

"Today, we're looking at the Balkans, an area that dominated international attention twenty years ago after the wars in Bosnia and Kossovo. But it slipped from the headlines in recent years. Joining me to discuss the region, and at some certain prospects are the T euro penatta, Ben home, an Fokin correspondent, Valerie Hopkins. Ben the F T this morning described the Balkans as the most volatile region in Europe. Why would he say that? Because historically, it has been a region that has been full tired of by competing power blocks. You know, the ultimate empire the Austro-Hungarian empire the Russian empire and that has left kind of overlapping, national, and ethnic and religious divisions. And we are still living with the legacy of that, and sort of overlaid by an incomplete transition to democracy and the rule of law after communism and. Then probably on top of all of that you have corruption. It's deeply rooted. So Ben before we continue. Let's just define the region. How big is it? And how significant so we're talking about the western Balkans region roughly twenty million people about the population of the Netherlands, but with a really tiny economy, about the size of Slovakia's. And we're talking about Serbia Montenegro Bosnia Herzegovina Albania, north Macedonia, and Kosovo, of course. So it's a pretty small number of people with a pretty small combined GDP. It's not significant, but it's always been a source of instability as we've known for the last century. Valerie, Ben referred to this as a kind of incomplete process and some of the countries in the regions, maybe all of them have hurt. The delta Modeste nation will be joining the EU I'm thinking, particularly of north Macedonian Albanian, but they're finding very hard. Yes. Well, that's true. They've been hoping to join but also the e u has been hoping for them to join I mean for the first time this was articulated in two thousand three in there. I e you some. In Thessaloniki, all of the countries of the western Balkans were promised a credible path to accession we're given unequivocal support from the Member States and one year ago after north miss Adonia and underwent quite comprehensive changes north Macedonia, to its name, and two other reforms and L Bainian committing to a very onerous judicial reform were promised that they would get a green light this year. And as we saw yesterday that decision was punted again, for a couple of months, at least until October and from their point of view, how much of a disastrous. Well, it's quite a big disaster. I mean, enormous Adonia which recently changed its name in order to end a decades long conflict with Greece over their name, which Athens believed implied territorial desire over the Greek region of the same name, the whole public support for the agreement and public support for the government is riding on the guarantees towards progress towards the EU that are written into that. So north Macedonia, has moved forward in terms of its NATO membership. Several countries, I think, have already ratified the NATO accession protocol for them. But, you know, the European Union membership is what the public really wants and at a certain point, it may become untenable for the leaders of the country to stay in power if they can't deliver on what was promised them, and that would be a disaster for them. And for Europe. Yeah. Mean Ben you've been pretty critical of the youth decision. What's the argument for saying the eaves being sources that it had a unique? Novo paternity to put these two countries move firmly on the path of judgement. EU rules values and sort of binding them into the EU orbit, we have to remember that sort of enlargement process. If you just put aside the various problems that we've experienced over the is in the grand sweep of history. It's been a remarkable success for the EU it stabilized the region, it's brought prosperity and it's dissolved the division between eastern western Europe and the argument just to recap for those who don't totally recall took the EU from what fifteen countries to now. Twenty eight to twenty eight. Yeah. And so, in argument is probably the most effective European Union foreign policy, and it has helped put countries on the right path, and stabilize democracy and promote reform and promote the rule of law. But perhaps there are now plenty of people in the EU think we've reached the end of that process and the legacy problems from previous enlargements have come back to haunt the EU. Maybe the enlargement the accession process was not rigorous. Enough. And so now there are plenty of people who are having second thoughts about it. Yeah. And I mean just to play devil's advocate, I suppose if you are European politician, you will say, well, sure the future of these countries matters, but as he was saying Elliott's twenty million people in the, you have the rise of populists across Europe and places like France, the Netherlands, Britain's voted for Brexit. And it doesn't appear that accession to countries like, oh, near is popular. So perhaps that wise, not to do it quite possibly. But I mean, I think the calculation has to be how long can you keep these countries on the path to accession without ever actually giving them accession at the end of the day? And that solvency something that the EU has tried with Turkey and it's backfired arguably spectacularly, although you could also blame premise, Erta one, perhaps originally topper one for the kind of backsliding in democracy, and the sort of drift away from the European mainstream, in Turkey, but I mean that is clearly the calculation it would be good for Europe if. If Albany could be put on the path to membership even if it never actually meets the criteria to join fully, and you mentioned Obama. Valerie back from there. Give us a description of where the country is in terms of its economy, and its politics because when I was growing up out, mania was like the most isolated place. It was North Korea Europe. And the idea that it might even be close to joining the paean union in some ways, seems miraculous. Well, indeed, it is. And it's quite far off. But I think, you know, to build on what Ben said many Member States have grown tired of the process and have learned that they need to impose further and further restrictions. We see that many of the countries that have joined in recent decades still have problems with their judicial systems. So we're talking countries like Romania Bulgaria, yes, Hungary. If I may say, so the conditions and the demands that Brussels and the Member States have made on countries, which are hoping to join have actually become much more onerous Albania, my story that I did while I was in Toronto was about the extremely onerous. Writing process that all judges, and prosecutors are being subjected to which has left. The country's supreme court with only two judges. One of them I think is being vetted this week. So it may have only one judge so far, only one judge survived because the two tional court, I believe, has only one judge, which is actually quite stabilizing, on the political. See now as the parliament has moved to impeach the president for calling early elections. And no one in the court can judge on this. I don't wanna get too deep into their politics. But I would like to say to that Albanian has also accepted to host the first FrontEx mission FrontEx being the US Border police agency because during the two thousand fifteen migrant crisis, the EU sort of realized woke up and remembered that actually all of these countries in the Balkan route are inside of Europe that if you have weak states week, police weakens to, to Sion's at that will have consequences for the security and safety of the rest of the block. So there should be more interest in improving those institutions and the best way to do it all. Of the academic work that's been done in the Balkans shows that the carrot of enlargement, and of a real credible accession path is the best way to inspire reforms, but how is the economy doing? And how connected is opening to the rest of Europe, now compared to those days of isolation. I mean silly, anecdote but, you know, I come across our Bainian in London now buildings around the corner. So to some extent, they seem to have been integrated little bit. Well, absolutely. I mean, quite a significant portion of Albanians left the country in the nineties jobs, better opportunities. And I think it's rare to meet now lenient who doesn't speak at least two or three languages. But now, people are coming back business ties between mania and especially Italy, Switzerland UK are very strong and the economy's growing, I think actually in the Balkans. The economies are growing much faster than the EU average about four five percent. They still have a long way to go to catch up, but there's quite a lot of vitality and what about this issue of organized crime, which is thrown at all the countries in the Balkans. But I think particularly. Albania for those sitting in Brussels or elsewhere, saying, do we really want country in that condition inside the EU, how serious is the problem? Well, it is a serious problem. And it you know, it also goes to show that again you can't separate the Balkans. Even with the Albania or north as Donio, anyone not being inside of the EU criminals will always find a way to engage in their activity. It seems to me in some of my discussions with police dodges prosecutors that sometimes this threat is overblown. For instance, the Dutch parliament, several weeks ago passed a Bill asking their government to withdraw visa-free travel for all Baynes, dude organised crime. And then when you go and inject a Dutch officials, they say actually, this is not necessarily for violent crime. A lot of people are trying to get on both. Maybe they're trying to come to the UK but actually they're not necessarily being arrested for trafficking in drugs, or persons Ben turning to the other country. We were talking about north Macedonia that I suppose, makes the point that this is also still an issue. To some extent, war and peace. I mean they had extremely tense relations with Greece for sometime. Yes. They have done over the dispute over the name after the collapse of the former Yugoslavia. And that, of course, has prevented Macedonia, north Macedonia is now 'cause integration into the Atlantic community, the NATO. So I mean, it really was a huge that Ford when Zorn's Iovan Alexis, it press the Greek premier achieve this deal, and it still highly contentious in Greece. And we have a general election next month in Greece, where you are likely to see the return of a center, right? New democracy led government and new democracy has been very, very critical of the naming deal with north Macedonia. It remains to be seen whether they will actually go as far as to block their entry, but I suspect Athens will be a lot less accommodating in the future than it has been over the last couple of years. And if I recall correctly at the time, there was some evidence, which the Cyprus government acted on the Russian espionage Intel. Emergence agencies trying to stoke up opposition to the north Macedonia settlement does that raise. Also, I suppose a subsidiary issue, but crucial one which affects Europe's judgment, which is that to the extent that this area is not integrated with the rest of the EU becomes the sort of floating space. And there is no evidence that not just the Russians but also the Turks and even the Chinese are taking an interest in the western Balkans. Absolutely. I suspect it's possible to maybe overplay, the extent of Russian influence, although it has been substantial an acute in some places such as the authentic your and Montenegro and this attempt to stoke up resistance to the referendum on the name changed Illinois with Macedonia, which the Greeks are pro Russian country, actually expelled him Russian diplomats accusing the spine. The Turks are obviously increasingly involved in Bosnia to governor, and Albanian in Kosova, and the. Please spot an opportunity to extend their influence through commerce and through infrastructure spending. So, yeah, we're replaying centuries of history where this region has been kind of plaything for the great powers. And of course, I suppose it's easier for Europe to ignore to the extent that these above Ling cute problems, but lots of problems as long as it doesn't actually break out into violence. Now I mentioned at the beginning of the program that the broad or can region. We were at war twenty years ago is there danger of the old conference coming bubbling back. Or is it more that we're talking about serious, but subsidiary issues of people flows economic crises organized crime, and so on, is there danger of real all while I think you'd be foolish to rule out the danger of a return to conflict in this area in the sense that forty years ago, you might have done the same thing but history has shown how quickly this place can erupt into. James, and I suspect that remains although I'm sure it has reduced in the last ten twenty years, and there is more at stake for the region's inhabitants. If they have a clear path to e membership, which will bring guarantees of security, and better economic prospects. And the end of the day, I have the firm feeling that it's often corrupt politicians who have their own economic interests at heart, who are perpetuating the kind of ethnic divisions in this region. More than popular convictions. And Valerie euro correspondent on the ground. So how stable or unstable does it seem to you? Well, I do agree with Ben that seemingly innocuous crisis can escalate. And I think that in most of the countries, you really do have this kind of boiling, the frog situation where I is correspondent struggle with sometimes seemingly small jumps in a story, actually could carry larger consequences later. But I think rather than conflict, the major risk is just that the country will empty out with people losing hope. That they will be able to create a better life for their children and grandchildren. For instance, in Bosnia, which is a population of three and a half million in the last three or four years. I think two hundred thousand people left since January some thirty thousand people have already left the country. And that's when I talked to people, it's really a matter of losing hope that they will join the European Union and have a better life. So these countries will suffer catastrophic demographic decline. And western Europe will find if they didn't integrate them, they'll show up on the doorsteps. Well, many of them, actually are getting jobs in western Europe, which are empty, you know, these are educated workers doctors dentists health worker, social workers, so it's not the same as migrant crisis. Most of them are going legally with work permits, but they're leaving their home countries for good. Okay. We'll, we'll have to leave it. Thank you very much indeed, to buttery Hopkins in the studio and to Ben holes. Well that's it for this week until next week. Goodbye.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Music was more important than anything. It was more important. I got seats more important than for them more to it was as important. Let's face it. This was one of the most dangerous places in the world at the time who on God's green would be wild. And frankly, reckless enough to do it you already know Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of iron maiden. And then things happened really quickly because it was only a couple of weeks until you off to Asia about two weeks. After the initial coal the band, I headed to split in Croatia. The neighboring country to Bosnia Herzegovina, we go on the plane, the arneses we were the only people with long have everyone else on the plane was mile six foot tall short cropped tat. And it's quite clear. This was the British army go now there was nobody else going. What are you getting the? Yes, a little bit. But it was also in a row Karol. Biz was drinking through it. I don't think Chris would mind if I said that he and the guys in the band sounded pretty naive at this point. But this was at a time when the internet and information wasn't so readily available, and according to Chris the wool had gone. Pretty quiet in the news, the UN with that they thought perhaps everything was sort of. Okay. Now. This was not the case the scene across the country was chaotic even if the plan was perfectly executed putting on the gig would be a risky business. And the plan was not perfectly executed greeted by Shami officer, and he's very much coming over. But you're not going to be able to get Sarajevo som- account. Counc- safe. Passage was the phrase the band weren't told this, but the helicopter sent to collect them had being shot down. No one had died the pilot managed to land just. About but the band had lost their lift released. Bursting Hinson, however was not going to give up with Johnny by not possible. I started looking Alba overland ways to get to the city Sarajevo was around two hundred kilometers away from split in between a complicated and messy war was being fought. Between three separate Omni's. The frontlines were always moving. The roads were mined shells fired indiscriminately, it was hard country to navigate, but there was one organization who have prepared to give it a go on these people to Sears road trip. Get ox fan and the Red Cross the serious road trip was a different sort of NGO. As story so FIS being soundtrack by rock music. But these guys belong firmly to the rave.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Weather together just minutes from now at the bottom of the hour. News Radio eleven ninety K ex standing in. Take it was a soul. While Alexandria's Cossio were TEZ calling. Ronald Reagan racist and saying bad for America. Her cohort Ilhan, Omar. Was slamming Barack Obama. Now Ilhan Omar is originally from Somali. And even though she's lived in this country for twenty three years. And been given every opportunity this country has to offer in his living better than ninety nine percent of Americans. She's still sort of Caesar self as the Representative. Of Muslims worldwide. And she has the axe to grind of any American involvement abroad where Muslims could have been involved. No. I don't know her position on Bosnia-Herzegovina. But I do know that Americans took the side of Muslims against Christians in that case. But that never really comes up that never really comes up in America's assessment as this awful imperial power. Well, the writer for politico who noted that you'll Hano more had slammed Barack Obama, which is perfectly found with me. Except that what she slammed him for. I wouldn't agree with. He recorded the interview. So when he when he posted the interview, you'll Hon Omar said see this is why I'd have to tape record. My interviews because you people take me out of context, she slammed the media, which remember you're not supposed to attack the media. That's that's questioning America's values when when Trump or someone else does that she slammed the the media she slammed politico for inaccurately reporting on what she'd said. And she posted the interview, but I don't think she actually listened to it. Because then everyone who listened to the interview said, even your own interview, even your own audiotape shows that you said exactly what you claim you didn't. And politico says you did Clinton number nine go for many.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KTRH

"Was slamming Barack Obama. Now, it'll Hano more is originally from Somalia. And even though she's lived in this country for twenty three years and been given every opportunity this country has offer in his living better than ninety nine percent of Americans. She's still sort of sees herself as the Representative. Of Muslims worldwide. And she has the axe to grind of any American involvement abroad where Muslims could have been involved. No. I don't know her position on Bosnia-Herzegovina. But I do know that Americans took the side of Muslims against Christians in that case. But that never really comes up that never really comes up in America's assessment as this awful imperial power. Well, the writer for politico who noted that you'll Hano Moorhead slammed Barack Obama, which is perfectly fine with me. Except that what she slammed him for. I wouldn't agree with. He recorded the interview. So when he when he posted the interview Yulon, Omar said, see this is why I have to tape record. My interviews because you people take me out of context, she slammed the media, which remember you not supposed to attack the media. That's that's questioning America's values when when Trump or someone else does that she slammed the media, she slammed politico for inaccurately reporting on what she'd said. And she posted the interview, but I don't think she actually listened to it. Because then everyone who listened to the interview said, even your own interview, even your own audiotape shows that you said exactly what you claim you didn't. And politico says you did clip number nine.

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Foreign diplomats urge Venezuela's Maduro to hand over power

BBC World Service

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Foreign diplomats urge Venezuela's Maduro to hand over power

"But on Saturday at a special ceremony. The Ukrainian Orthodox church under Moscow's leadership since the late seventeenth century will again be recognized as no Tournus church. This report from our correspondent Tinky f- Jona Fisher. This religious divorce is a rare victory for Ukraine over its much. Larger neighbour determined to make the most of it and with. An election just three months away. Ukraine's president petro Pora shaneco is in estan boo to be there. When what's known as the Thomas is officially signed. The Thomas will recognize Ukraine's orthodox church at separate and independent from Moscow ending a relationship that has lasted centuries. The decision may also lead to a lasting schism in the global author docs movement upset at losing its Ukrainian parishes. The Russian Orthodox church the world's largest has already cut ties with the patriarch. The first among equals of global orthodoxy Jonah Fisher in Kiev for three years in the nineteen nineties during the violent break-up of Yugoslavia, Bosnia Herzegovina was war ethnic Serbs, and at times ethnic Croats fought against the majority Muslim population in Europe's most bloody conflicts since the second World War the data. And peace accords. Finally, brought fighting to an end in nineteen ninety-five. But it's a fragile and uneasy peace and one that continues to affect the younger generation as James Noguchi reports.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I don't know if your program reaches down there, but will be performing in the historic Bradbury building down there, which is supposed to have extraordinary acoustics, and we should mention is Kika more than Kipchoge people. Do it goes. And Polly rights are actually tweets us. It says as a Bulgarian transplant without immediate family aura Bulgarian community in the country. The sound of KiKi warms, my heart makes me so happy. Thank you. Listener the listener tweets, they remind me my mother's old record. She used to listen to that we were as Russian country songs. And there isn't you know, Slavic feeling here. That's very strong here. Another song in just a moment. But let me get back to this amazing story that I touched on before about. The Bruneta the women who decide to become and who are really accepted as men and who play out roles as men in in wasted bring honor to their families, and in ways that really there celebrate, of course, I should say, of course. But they make a vow of celibacy as men, and we're talking about hers Bosnia-Herzegovina we're talking about. Mania serbia. I mean, this phenomenon thrown eastern Europe. Well, really, it's a phenomenon from the highlands. Yes. So it's of very remote cultures. But they from the pre period that there was a code of law or code of family honor called the moon, which basically said in this very strictly binary patriarchal society that if the male heirs in a family bloodline were killed in blood feuds, which were very common, or if there were no male children in a family, or if a woman wanted to refuse an EMMY an arranged marriage. She would either be designated or self select to become a sworn virgin or for Natia in which case, she basically gives up her her sexual life in her rights to a family life in order to become a man. And she basically you start presenting as a man in games, all the rights and responsibilities and honors. That men in that culture are given plus some because they can they consider this such a huge sacrifice for women giving up her right to marriage and children that they're considered even more than a man, and I really respected his community patriarch seen. We just thought this time where on gender fluidity is so much part of our contemporary dialogue. We thought this was a fascinating story to tell since there are only just a few dozen of these sworn virgins are burnishes left. And I think you can see those Peter's photos on your website and their stunning you give out your website, the website is dot org. IT K, A dot ORG. Let's hear from another of our callers Lindsey joins us Lindsay. Hi, this is Lindsay from Palo Alto. And I just wanted to share that we have had been enamored with kit cast for many years and played a significant role on the day that my mother died where I had been sitting vigil in the hospital and was able to be spelled so I could attend that kick a concert in park, which is part of our annual holiday tradition. And when I return to the hospital, it was clear she was going to be leaving us soon. And I played their music for her. And I showed her to the next world. And it just was such a meaningful powerful day for me. It really lifted my spirits, and we also played their music when she was when we were scattering her ashes on mount camel pious. So I just want to thank them for just lifting. My spirit's on a very important day. Nice of you to call and thank you for that. Call into your thank you getting size of appreciation from all of the ensemble on that. And I'm glad it means so much to so many people that you're seeing he doesn't obviously it's great for you. Let's hear another song that you do. And this is a Russian composition. I bled. Any? This is an an actually this is really the perfect follow up to two that last caller story, which which is so touching to us. Because really that story touches into the very essence of what we do, which is using music to accompany the cycles of life. And and I think this is what people have done for centuries is accompanied these these. Really universal passages with song. So this next song is a setting by the contemporary Russian composer, Vladimir Martynov of the beatitudes which was delivered by Jesus Christ is the sermon on the mount, and it is basically just a call to the listener to exercise, the qualities of gentleness, and kindness and compassion towards those who are disenfranchised among us, those who are hurting those who are morning, and we need all that. Really need that in these times? So this is the beatitudes, and let's hope the song carries over into those areas that we were just hearing about this is kick. Oh, more..

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Who was friends Ferdinand while he was a fifty year old nephew bone. Luke, duke. No, I don't leave me. He was he was a fifty year old nephew of Austro-Hungarian emperor. Franz Joseph a member of the hospital dynasty, one of the most influential families year of one of those one of those old money families that conspiracy theorists like David I can Alex Jones. Let's talk about he was the presumptive heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. An inspector general of the Ostrow on Gary and army and in the capacity of that last position he agreed to attend to military exercises in June of nineteen fourteen in Bosnia Hercegovina, remember Austria, Hungary, had just annexed these provinces a few years earlier against the wishes of neighboring Serbia which likewise cover coveted them one of them as well. And Ferdinand hated the Serbs forget believe the Serbs to be quote. Pigs thieves murderers and scoundrel so Pata fan not a fan. He lets Yankees. They're the Red Sox yet. He he had opposed annexation of Serbia out of fear that it would make an already turbulent political situation even worse than if his uncle had listened to him. He probably lived longer. A formerly controlled by the Ottoman empire, Bosnia Herzegovina its population was roughly forty percent Serb thirty percent Muslim and twenty percent quote with various other ethnicities making up the remainder and upon learning of Ferdinand's upcoming visit the young Bosnians a secret revolutionary society of Serbian peasant students wanting to liberate liberate Bosnia Herzegovina from Austria, Hungarian control begin plotting to assassinate him and house there not a band called the young Bosnians, by the way, that's fucking dope. Name. They could open up for France Ferdinand, both solid band names in may. And I know that France Fernandez's, man. That's what I said. And may get Rillo Princip Princip and fellow revolutionaries traveled to Serbia the Serbian capital of Belgrade where they received six hand held bombs four semiautomatic pistols cyanide suicide capsules for members of the so called black hand the great day. That's a great band named the black hand terrorist group with close ties to the Serbian army after practicing with their pistols at three. Amen journey back to Bosnia Herzegovina receiving help from black hand associates to smolder weapons across the border to this day remains unclear whether or not the Serbian government actually participated in this game in late June Ferdinand attended two days of military exercises outside Sarajevo the morning of June twenty eighth nineteen fourteen friends and his wife, Sophie boarded the train for the ride industry. Evo? The couple got into an open top car for a motorcade little ride to city hall. The car in front of them was supposed to carry six specially trained officers, but instead only had one plus a three local policemen. Meanwhile, seven young Bosnians fanned out along the apple Klay, a main avenue in Sarajevo running parallel to miata river when the motorcade passed by its route having been published in advance and associate of prince up. New Delco chubby Novick curl his bomb or hurl curled curled. His bump hurled his bomb at the car carrying the Archduke only to watch it bounce off the folded up roof rolling Neath wrong vehicle. Whoops. A so exploded substrate explosion wounded two army officers several bystanders, but left Ferdinand Sophie, essentially, unharmed, and instead of maybe call it off Ferdinez like now, we're gonna continue continue the plan to Venice city hall just a bomb. Nobody nobody deal. Just some Daytona bother me in order to dissuade any other bomb throwers the motorcade zip down the apple quit high speeds of but then they made a mistake. They the first three cars turned onto a side street. Right. Where prince up happened to be standing bad luck as the cars attempted to reverse back onto the apple Klay print ship whipped out his pistol fire two shots. He's barely good shot at the Archduke from point blank range. Pierced him in the neck and also striking Sophie in the abdomen. Sophie, Sophie, don't die..

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Early with threes and other getting some work inside pretty good balance. So far for Milwaukee on offense. Fifteen the shoot tabs right side. Hamilton shot Chapman inside Bostick turnover. Beef see that is their fifth so far tonight. Bryce Barnes to the free throw line. Swing left side. Warren, new some baseline, sixteen footer off the Mark that's a tough shot. He was almost falling behind the glass when he did it. Here comes tabs to the rim and you'll float and schools. Winston tabs. Cast five twenty three to twelve Milwaukee up eleven. Barnes, right corner. A couple of jabs steps at the top losses. Footing kept the dribble alive. Now dre Abram left-wing three ball got its de'andre Abram is three of three from three or four on those perfection Panthers up by fourteen and they had hit five of seven from deep. And that is a big reason why things on the inside are opening up PCS to play for the three top curls on Goodman off the glass down the well. Nick Popovich junior from Bosnia Herzegovina, he has four tonight eight thirteen enrolling here in well played first half for these new faces a new names on this roster for Milwaukee. So far. Abram around the Popovich screen ran into.

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Argentina asks IMF for early release of standby funds, peso drops

The World

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Argentina asks IMF for early release of standby funds, peso drops

"Izod Argentina has asked the International Monetary Fund for the early release of. A fifty billion dollar loan as fears grow about the country's dire economic situation the Argentine pencil has lost more than forty percent of its value, against the dollar this year the other Russia reports in a televised address. Present Modise you Markley said that the IMF funds would help balance the national. Budget and restore market confidence foreign investors are worried about the poor performance of the Argentine economy and high inflation this decision aims to eliminate any uncertainty. Said miss democracy when Argentina and the IMF, agreed to terms of the loan in may be some said he expected the. Economy to recover and didn't plan to use the money the opposition. Blames his centre-right policies and. Cuts to social, programs for the recession a former thief or vice president has been given a. Nine year prison term in the Iraq States says part of the. Investigation into corruption at world football's governing body Kwan Napa who's from Paraguay was convicted last year on charges of taking millions of dollars in bribes, his sentence follows a four year prison term last week for the former. Head of the Brazilian football federation Jose Maria marine as part of the same. Case they were found guilty of accepting bribes from companies seeking marketing rights for major football

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Argentina asks early release of IMF funds to calm markets

A Public Affair

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Argentina asks early release of IMF funds to calm markets

"Argentina has asked the International Monetary Fund for the early release of a fifty billion dollar loan as fears grew about. The country's dire economic situation the Argentine peso has lost more than forty percent of its value against, the dollar are America's editor Leonardo Russia reports in. A televised address president Modise you mockery said that the IMF funds would help balance the national. Budget and restore market confidence foreign investors are worried about the pull performance of the. Argentine economy and high inflation this decision aims to eliminate any uncertainty said Mr. Moccoli when Argentina and the IMF agreed to terms of the loan may be some macro said he expected the economy to recover and didn't. Plan to use the. Money the opposition blames his Centre-right policies and cuts, to social programs for the recession.

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"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"bosnia herzegovina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tonight we bring you the first of two reports on the messy state of affairs in the balkans in the nineteen nineties the former yugoslavia was ripped apart by bloody wars first step how rising nationalism in russian influence our exposing old faultlines in bosnia herzegovina which was wracked by three way ethnic conflict now some fear it's on the brink of conflict again special correspondent malcolm brabourne covered the bosnia war a quarter century ago with the support of the pulitzer center on crisis reporting he returned to examine the rising tensions in the pause the bosnian serb capital banja luka might have expected a visit from the bolshoi ballet or moscow state circus these days russia sends the night wolves without their motorcycles when it snowing there bad news then appearing somewhere means that there's something in the making they spread the hit fly the allergy anti civilization nihilistic gangster view of the world rave which is just published a report for the foreign policy research institute on russian meddling in the balkans reality they are a extremist paramilitary group they are a mechanism of the russian state people who followed the seizure of crimea the aggression against ukraine know very well that this group is a signal by the russian state of its intent the night wolves claim they were on a pilgrimage to reinforce russia's centuriesold stoorikhel talk and christian offenbach spiritual ties with the serb half of bosnia palmer's book god bless you heroes said the serb orthodox priests dragon vitovich you seemed unconcerned to the night wolves leaders but being barred from entering bosnia for security reasons told us make look you know what if bikers are bad guys it only comes from american films actually i don't judge people for what they are doing we judge them if we hear about good or bad deeds i don't know these guys personally but i know of the things they have done in the past they brought humanitarian aid to costa vogue and republicans serb scouts of the russian bike has said that they didn't want to talk to us but some balkan experts who believes that this visit was nothing more than a publicity stunt if you believe the serbs it was not evidence of russian meddling in the balkans but according to critics what this has done is to stoke up nationalism and in this current nervous climate that is unhelpful to say the least now everything is out rhetoric see now hate speech but hate speech is just.

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