Sarajevo’s War Childhood Museum Is Europe’s Museum of the Year

The 2018 Council of Europe Museum Prize was awarded to the War Childhood Museum in Sarajevo. The Culture Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, PACE, decided on the prize winner at a meeting in Budapest.

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Diplomatic Winter Bazaar at Skenderija

The annual Diplomatic Winter Bazaar will take place this Saturday, 9 December, at Sarajevo’s Skenderija. Tickets for the charity event are KM 5 for adults and free for children under the age of 10, the organizers said.

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Sarajevo Airport Overhaul Starts with Demolition of Old Terminal

Demolition of the Sarajevo airport’s Terminal A, built in the sixties, started on Tuesday to make room for expanding the Terminal B. The works are part of an overhaul of the SJJ.

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EU Enlargement Commissioner Opens State Prosecution’s New Building

The European Union’s neighborhood and enlargement commissioner opened the new building of Bosnia’s state prosecution in Sarajevo. Johannes Hahn arrived on Monday to meet with Bosnian government officials and discuss the country’s progress with meeting conditions to become a candidate for membership in the bloc.

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Sarajevo’s Second Service Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities Opens on Monday

The United States ambassador to Bosnia and mayor of Sarajevo’s old town municipality will open a service center for families of children and persons with developmental disabilities at the municipality administration seat on Monday. Continue reading Sarajevo’s Second Service Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities Opens on Monday

“European Path” Will Be Put on Hold if Needed, Bosnian Croat Leader Says

Bosnian Croat leader threatened to obstruct Bosnia’s effort to join the European Union over perceived pressures following the guilty verdicts for six war time leaders of Bosnian Croats, handed down by the U.N. war crimes court in The Hague this week. Continue reading “European Path” Will Be Put on Hold if Needed, Bosnian Croat Leader Says