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Russia 2018 contenders Belgium extend Martinez deal through to 2020 Euros - Inside World Football

“Since his appointment in August 2016, the Royal Belgian Football Association (RBFA) has been delighted with this positive, professional and sincere collaboration with Roberto Martinez,” a statement said. “Belgium’s impeccable performance during World Cup qualification gives the RBFA plenty of confi

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UNMICT hears Former Bosnia Serb leader appeal for genocide conviction

[JURIST] The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) [official website] heard oral arguments [press release] on Monday and Tuesday in former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's [JURIST news archive] appeal of his 2016 conviction for crimes committed during the Bosnia conflict. Karar

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Turkey encourages Turkish entrepreneurs to invest in Bosnia

“I have heard that Bosnia-Herzegovina is actually one of the least leveraged countries, which is yet another reason why we should have confidence in the future of this country. I have heard of their great potential in energy, agriculture, and tourism. There is a huge opportunity here. My government,

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Belgium: Can 'golden generation' join the elite?

Belgium had a very easy campaign in UEFA's qualifying Group H, which seemed relatively straightforward in the first place with Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Cyprus and Gibraltar. Apart from a rather unlucky home draw against the Greeks (they outshot them 17-2), the Red Devils didn't lose

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Union Academy defender on United States U15 roster for Croatia trip

Craig, of Philadelphia, will be with the team in Zagreb, Crotia through May 16, where they will play Croatian club NK Velika Gorica on May 8, Bosnia and Herzogovina on May 8 and 10 and Serbia on May 15.

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SVSU's OLLI offers 2019 Eastern European guided tour, cruise

SVSU’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, which offers educational programs and trips to its membership of individuals aged 50 and over, will sponsor the overseas trek from Feb. 26 to March 12, 2019. Individuals who are not members of OLLI are invited on the trip, which includes a boat cruise and la

MIDLAND DAILY NEWS

Women’s political participation not an act of charity

Statistical figures show that more than half of the world’s population is female, but worldwide only 21 percent of national parliamentarians are women. Globally, according to UN Women, there are only eight countries – Bosnia Herzegovina, Brunei, Hungary, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Tonga and V

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Hundreds protest ex-Bosnia commander's war crimes charges

Bosnian war veterans wave Bosnian war flags during a protest in Bosnian capital of Sarajevo, on Friday May 4, 2018. Several hundred Bosnian war veterans and civilians gathered in Sarajevo to protest the arrest... more

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Ryanair launches first flights from Bosnia & Herzegovina

Ryanair announced its first flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina with two new routes from Banja Luka to Brussels Charleroi and Memmingen. Both routes will operate twice weekly from November, as part of its Winter 2018 schedule, and go on sale from the Ryanair.com website. Bosnia is Ryanair's 37th cou

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2018 Draft Prospects: Dzanan Musa | Orlando Magic

So much attention has been paid to Luka Doncic, which is understandable considering what he’s already accomplished at such a young age. Perhaps, though, we’ve ignored another European prodigy throughout this draft process.

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This Corner of Europe Produces More History Than it Can Consume

Three times a week at 6:30 a.m., Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic sits down for his Russian class. The aim, he says, is to be able to chat as fluently with Vladimir Putin as he does with western leaders in English.

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Europe Exposes Its Weakness to Russia and China in the Balkans

Three times a week at 6:30 a.m., Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic sits down for his Russian class. The aim, he says, is to be able to chat as fluently with Vladimir Putin as he does with western leaders in English.

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