An international dog show was held Sunday in the town of Gradačac, northern Bosnia. The show was organized by the Bosnian kennel club. Continue reading Dog Show Organized in Gradačac
The Old Bridge in Mostar, southern Bosnia was lit in the colors of American flag Tuesday evening, in honor of the victims of this week’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. At least 59 people were left dead and more than 520 others were injured when a reportedly mentally ill man opened fire at the crowd attending a concert in the city. Continue reading Mostar Bridge Lit in Star Spangled Banner for Las Vegas Shooting Victims
Under the slogan “Creating a Better Tomorrow”, the European Night of Researchers was marked Friday in Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Travnik, Goražde, Mostar and Bijeljina. The open air event aims to raise awareness about research, dispel stereotypes about researchers and entice young people to take up a research career in the future. Continue reading European Night of Researchers Organized in Six Bosnian Cities
European Day of Languages was observed in Mostar on Tuesday, in front of the Mostar Gimnazija high school. A number of language-related activities were organized for young people, including short lessons in nine different languages, while embassies of the participating countries had their presentation stands lined up at the school square.
European Day of Languages is marked annually in 45 countries since 2011. Continue reading European Day of Languages Marked in Mostar
A disaster management exercise started at Tuzla, northern Bosnia on Monday. Disaster response professionals from 34 NATO and partner countries are taking part in the exercise. In the course of next five days, some 1,200 participants will test international cooperation in disaster response, including water rescue and chemical, biological, radiation and nuclear detection, protection and decontamination. Continue reading Disaster Response Exercise Starts at Tuzla
Snow fell on the highest peak of Bjelašnica mountain hours before the last day of summer this year. The ski center on Bjelašnica is finishing the construction of a ski lift to the mountain summit. The ski season starts later in the year, usually in December. Continue reading Bjelašnica Summit Sees Its First Snow This Year
The youth division of the Bosnian social democratic party marched in Sarajevo to highlight the issue of rampant emigration of young people and to launch its campaign focused on advocating solutions to increasingly difficult position of young adults in Bosnia.