• 7 Facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Bosnia and Herzegovina (or Hercegovina) has been a part of the Yugoslavian Republic until civil war broke out in the early 90’s, leading to many years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and finally a NATO intervention. The name Bosnia comes from the river Bosna that flows in the region and Herzegovina used to be an Austrian duchy (Herzog in german). Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina. Where is Bosnia? It s...

    published: 23 May 2015
  • BOSNIA: PALE: BOSNIAN SERBS EXPRESS RESERVATIONS OVER PEACE DEAL

    Serbo-Croat/Nat As the Balkan leaders finally sign the peace treaty in Paris and Bosnia and Serbia establish diplomatic ties, Bosnian Serbs in their stronghold Pale expressed reservations about the treaty. Some described their resignation and misgivings saying that Serbian President Milosevic betrayed them. A recent referendum of Serbs living in areas of Sarajevo which will be handed back to the Bosnian government voted overwhelmingly to reject the Dayton accord. SOUNDBITE: (English ) "This conference in Paris is good only because the terrible war is stopped. But the tragedy is small work for 150-thousand Serbian people who live in Sarajevo because this part of Sarajevo must be in unity with the Muslim and Croat federation." SUPERCAPTION: Voxpop SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-C...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. The Balkans

    published: 01 Apr 2014
  • REMAINING HUMAN IN WARTIME: “Breaking Borders” in Sarajevo – New Episode Sun, April 5

    Award-winning journalist Mariana van Zeller and acclaimed chef Michael Voltaggio visit one of the oldest capitals in the world,Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to grasp how three distinct ethnic groups – Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks – coexist in one city after ethnic cleansing wiped out thousands. They meet with a muslim Bosniak, the ethnic group that was the biggest victim of the war. He shares his story of resistance and his strong beliefs that all people need more than food and water to survive. They need to remain human. New episode premieres Sunday, April 5 at 9:00pm ET/PT on Travel Channel.

    published: 09 Apr 2015
  • Celebrations in Sarajevo, Bosnian Serb reax in Pale

    SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Sarajevo 1. Various of street celebrations, men clapping and jumping in the rain, chanting and cheering ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Sarajevo 2. SOUNDBITE: (Bosnian) Vox pop, man: "This is what we have been waiting for. Finally justice." Sarajevo ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 3. Cars driving in the rain, horns honking in celebration Sarajevo ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 4. Haris Silajdzic, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Haris Silajdzic, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina: "Milosevic is dead, Karadzic is arrested but their project lives on in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world who are Bosnians were expelled from their homes under the threat of life, so, for justice to be complete, we must era...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Bosnia-Release Of Croatian POW By Bosnian Serbs

    T/I 10:58:24 The Bosnian Serbs on Tuesday (9/4) released three Muslim prisoners of war that were being held in a converted sports hall in Pale, setting the scene for the Serbs to attend a major donors conference this weekend. SHOWS: PALE/SARAJEVO, BOSNIA - 9 APRIL, 1996: PALE: ws Bosnian Serb HQ prisoners out of car prisoners down steps prisoners and others into vehicles interior prisoner vehicles leave vehicles drive past SARAJEVO: prisoners arrive and are met prisoner waves ms prisoners pose for photo prisoners walk prisoners entering office of High Representative Carl Bildt SOT: Colom Murphy, spokesman "Following a one hour meeting with Kraisnik we returned from Pale with three Muslim prisoners released by the Bosnian Serbs. We believe this may be t...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Bosnia - Serb Refugees Housed In School

    T/I: 11:04:33 About 200 Serbs who fled from the suburbs of Sarajevo have been housed temporarily in a run-down secondary school in Pale - the capital of Srpska, the Serb share of Bosnia. They left their homes in advance of the transfer of their suburbs to Muslim-Croat Federation control. Red Cross teams are attempting to provide urgently-needed aid - especially food, and items to improve hygiene in the school. SHOWS: PALE, BOSNIA - 13/3 gv of Pale in snow secondary school where refugees are being housed gvs refugees cu ICRC vehicles Lucy Sternthal, head of ICRC in Repoublica Srpska sot: "From the first moment, we tried to help people who arrived here in Pale and in Jahorina together with the local Red Cross of Pale. we provided help in hygenic items and food. our water an...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Brussels, Belgium: As We Travel Europe

    https://www.aswetravel.com/brussels-belgium-travel-video/ Brussels, Belgium - Europe Train Challenge. Brussels, the city where all the important decisions about Europe are made, I expected boring seriousness and grey suits, not random street parties to appear out of nowhere. We’ve just arrived in Brussels. It’s a lovely day here. It’s really loud. We’ve come from Amsterdam. So, we’ll walk around and enjoy this wonderful City. It seems pretty lively, it’s cool. We’re walking down the streets, around the streets in Brussels, and we are looking for that Manneken Pis statue, a little boy peeing apparently. Okay, so, here we go. This is the most popular attraction in Brussels, and yea, it’s kind of funny I think ‘cause it’s such a small statue, and it has such a big reputation and it’s so popul...

    published: 03 Jun 2011
  • Bosnia - General Rose Visits Pale

    T/I: 10:57:45 The commander of UN peacekeeping forces in Bosnia, Lieutenant General Sir Michael Rose, said farewell to Bosnian Serb leaders on Friday (20/1). Rose's assignment ends on 24 January. He was largely credited with saving Sarajevo from a ferocious Serb siege in February last year. After his final meeting with Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, in the Serb stronghold of Pale, Rose said: "I very much hope that what we have seen in the last three weeks...shows a serious intent by everybody to take this country back to peace." SHOWS: QUALITY AS INCOMING PALE, BOSNIA (20/1) un commander general sir michael rose arriving and entering building rose sitting around table with serb general ratko mladic rose receives present rose looking at portrait of himself ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • KUHINJA: Mathias Lebber Interview

    Interview with German film director Mathias Lebber. From the TV show "Kuhinja", a weekly programme on the phenomena of contemporary culture, produced by pro.ba (www.pro.ba), a Sarajevo based independent TV, film and video production company. Broadcast Thursdays 22:30 CET on BHT1 (www.pbsbih.ba)

    published: 25 May 2007
  • BOSNIA: SARAJEVO: REACTION AND CELEBRATIONS TO PEACE AGREEMENT

    Eng/Serbo-Croat/Nat News of the U-S brokered Balkan peace deal was met with a mix of jubilation and caution in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. Residents across the city crowded around their television sets to watch the announcement live from Washington. There was a general atmosphere of celebration in most of Sarajevo's bars and restaurants as the city celebrated the outbreak of peace. The sense of jubilation at the end of four years of war also spilled out onto the streets, over-powering the reservations that some in Bosnia are known to have about the agreement signed in Ohio. Even overseas workers, who have learnt over the years to be cautious about Bosnian peace deals, expressed hope for the future. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We're very optimistic , but I have to say there's a ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • CITY OF YOUTH (Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20.11.2017) - SECOND PART

    Label and copyright: Aleksandar Marić Zabranjeno svako kopiranje video i/ili audio snimaka na druge kanale Pale is a town and a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located southeast of Bosnia's capital Sarajevo. The municipality of Pale is one of the six municipalities of the City of Istočno Sarajevo located in the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During 1991 and 1992, as the tensions rose in the run up to the Bosnian War, the Pale region became an administrative center of the nascent anti-Sarajevo and pro-Yugoslav Republika Srpska. It would remain a center of activity for the Serb forces during their Siege of Sarajevo which led to the deaths of more than 10,000 people and the wounding of 56,000 (including 15,000 children). Several high ranking Serb commanders in c...

    published: 20 Nov 2017
  • jamalbosnia

    Jamal Bosnia travel & tourism , offer you hotel reservations and accommodations , trip around Sarajevo and the other towns trough BiH , accompanied with the expert guide. Contact us +387 66 622 222 +387 66 633 333 mail : info@jamalbosnia.com

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • 7th FAI WORLD PARAGLIDING ACCURACY CHAMPIONSHIPS, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, PROMO VIDEO

    People from city of Sarajevo invite you to participate in the 7th FAI World Paragliding Accuracy Championship and wish you a sincere welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The contest will be held on the Olympic mountain Bjelasnica in the period from 17.08.2013. to 25.08.2013. during which period best paragliding accuracy pilot from around world will be participating in biggest sport event since Olympic Games '84 that were held in city of Sarajevo. In addition to winter sports Bjelasnica is known by many other "outdoor sports" such as: mountain biking, motocross / quad bike riding, hiking, canyoning through one of the deepest and certainly the most beautiful canyon in Europe, Rakitnica river canyon 26 km long ... ranked by the National Geographic in the top 10 adventure destinations in 2012. O...

    published: 07 Jul 2013
  • Addy in Sarajevo

    verslag van RTL Boulevard over de show van Addy van den Krommenacker in Sarajevo

    published: 02 Feb 2010
  • Dinno Čolo - Highlights

    Dinno Čolo was born in Sarajevo, 8.07.1998. Dinno's career highlights are: -13 points per game, -6 assists per game, -5 rebounds per game, -4 steals per game, -5 blocks per game. Everything else you can see in video above. Share and support our Dinno !

    published: 29 Apr 2015
  • BOSNIA: PALE: BAD WEATHER DELAYS BOSNIAN SERB EVACUATION

    English/Nat An evacuation of Bosnian Serbs from Pale, near Sarajevo, has been delayed by bad weather. Dozens of trucks and vehicles attempted to make their way to the Bosnian Serb stronghold on Wednesday morning to help people evacuate their homes, but became stuck in snow drifts. The Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has blamed the international community for the mass exodus of Serbs from suburbs around Sarajevo. He says it has failed to provide enough guarantees for Serb security as the areas are handed back to Muslim control. Trucks lined the road to Pale Wednesday, stranded by the snow blizzards which have engulfed the area. Their aim was to get to Pale to help evacuate Bosnian Serb civilians who fear they well not been given equal treatment under the Bosnian gov...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • F0RMER YUGOSLAVIA: LEADERS REACTION TO BOSNIAN PEACE AGREEMENT November 22, 1995

    Despite their reservations about the Dayton peace accord, Bosnian Muslim leaders made a triumphant return to Sarajevo. Alija Izetbegovic and his peace negotiating team were given a rousing welcome by hundreds of cheering residents in the city

    published: 06 Mar 2012
  • Update from EGYPT! | Don't Kill Eli

    Greetings from Dahab, Egypt! Subscribe to DON'T KILL ELI! http://goo.gl/LVwZPc I'm leaving for the airport in an hour to fly to Sarajevo (with a sizable layover in Istanbul.) Spoiler Alert: Bosnia won the last vote by a lot. I'm on my own now w/o my cameraman/editor/travelbuddy Mike and it's been near impossible to get the Egypt footage to my producer in LA - SO - we're going to change the format a bit for the last week of this trip. (Bosnia will be the last episode of the season. I think...) I'll be posting more videos like this - little iPhone updates that are easier to upload. I'll still be shooting full episodes for Egypt and Bosnia but you'll just have to wait for a week or so to get them. In the meantime, we'll show some stuff that didn't make it in past episodes because it didn...

    published: 14 Apr 2014
  • Bosnia-Serbians Move Dead From Sarajevo Cemetery

    T/I 11:00:54 The bodies of more than 70 Bosnian Serbs, exhumed by relatives who refused to leave them behind when they fled Sarajevo suburbs, were reburied late on Saturday night (24/2). A local priest in the village of Sokolac, 50 km from Pale, blessed the long line of simple wood coffins as relatives wept over the them. SHOWS: SOKOLAC, BOSNIA 24 FEBRUARY 1996 ws of graveyard truck pulling up cu truck opened ms tailgate pulled down cu coffins unloaded cutaway woman cries relatives praying people crying and wailing cu of relatives cu crucifix with photo cu woman kissing crucifix on coffin ms woman mourns families grieve woman praying tracking shot down coffins woman with candle priest blesses coffins woman with candle cu woman crying coffins lowere...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Las "Dolmas" u hortalizas rellenas de Sarajevo | Euromaxx

    La cocina bosnia tiene influencia oriental y está condicionada por el clima continental de la región. Hasta el día de hoy se han mantenido los nombres turcos de muchos de los platos típicos. Sin embargo, los bosnios los preparan de forma diferente: no utilizan tantas especias y emplean, en cambio, mucha más carne. (ll/el)

    published: 27 Mar 2013
  • BOSNIA: PALE: NATO CLAIM WIDESPREAD SUCCESS FOR AIRSTRIKES

    Natural Sound NATO is claiming widespread success for its airstrikes against Bosnian Serb targets on Wednesday. More than 60 U-S and allied warplanes attacked positions and defence installations around Sarajevo and the Serb towns of Pale, Mostar, Gorazde and Tuzla. The United Nations said there were no NATO or U.N. deaths. The first explosions were heard from the direction of the Bosnian Serb stronghold of Pale, to the southeast. According to NATO, the targets initially included air defence sites, missile sites and communications facilities, before being extended to ammunition depots and local command posts. NATO officials said initial assessments suggested that many targets had been seriously damaged or destroyed. The streets of Pale were soon deserted as the residents took to bom...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • CITY OF YOUTH (Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20.11.2017) - FIRST PART

    Label and copyright: Aleksandar Marić Zabranjeno svako kopiranje video i/ili audio snimaka na druge kanale Pale is a town and a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located southeast of Bosnia's capital Sarajevo. The municipality of Pale is one of the six municipalities of the City of Istočno Sarajevo located in the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During 1991 and 1992, as the tensions rose in the run up to the Bosnian War, the Pale region became an administrative center of the nascent anti-Sarajevo and pro-Yugoslav Republika Srpska. It would remain a center of activity for the Serb forces during their Siege of Sarajevo which led to the deaths of more than 10,000 people and the wounding of 56,000 (including 15,000 children). Several high ranking Serb commanders in c...

    published: 20 Nov 2017
  • BOSNIA : DAMAGE CAUSED BY NATO AIR STRIKES

    Natural Sound As the warring parties in the former Yugoslavia meet in Geneva, NATO continues its attempt at forcing the Bosnian Serbs to pull their heavy weapons back from around Sarajevo. Bosnian Serb Television reported on Friday that gunners from the multinational rapid reaction force had shelled a hospital in the Sarajevo suburb of Blazuj, which is 30 kilometres west of Pale. Pale is the headquarters of the self-styled Bosnian Serb assembly. The Bosnian Serb military took reporters to Serb-held Foca, some 90 kilometres (56 miles) southeast of Sarajevo on Friday. Their mission was to show journalists that NATO planes had destroyed three of the four bridges across the Drina river which separates Bosnia from Serbia proper. The rebel Serb military claimed that one of the...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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7 Facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina

7 Facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Bosnia and Herzegovina (or Hercegovina) has been a part of the Yugoslavian Republic until civil war broke out in the early 90’s, leading to many years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and finally a NATO intervention. The name Bosnia comes from the river Bosna that flows in the region and Herzegovina used to be an Austrian duchy (Herzog in german). Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina. Where is Bosnia? It sits on the Western shore of the Balkan Peninsula. Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, is today one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Medjugorje is located in the mountains near Mostar. The small town is incredibly popular with Catholic pilgrims. Millions of pilgrims have visited the site since 1981, when a small group of young people began reporting seeing visions of the Virgin Mary (Madonna di Medjugorje). 2. Bosnia has a currency that can’t be exchanged anywhere else in the world. The Bosnian Convertible Mark (BAM) can’t be bought outside the country. So upon leaving exchange it or the only use will be as an expensive souvenir. 3.In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the three official languages are Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian. For the local population it is of great importance to appoint the language spoken. In practical terms, though, it is one and the same language. The differences are similar to the differences between American and British English. Before the war the language was called Serbo-Croatian, but that name is no longer used. 4. Stari Most Bridge (or Mostar Bridge) is a 16th century Ottoman bridge in the city of Mostar that crosses the river Neretva and connects two parts of the city. The Old Bridge stood for 427 years, but it was destroyed in 1993 during the Croat-Bosniak War. Later, the bridge was reconstructed and opened in 2004. Stari Most is a symbol of Mostar and part of UNESCO world heritage. 5. Unlike in Croatia and Serbia, there is not a single McDonald’s in Bosnia. In fact, there are no international fast food chains. However you have all kinds of independent local fast food vendors that serve local staples like Cevapi , Burek, Kukuruz or Kebabs. 6. Over the past 100 years Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, has found itself a member of 6 different states and has witnessed the Sarajevo Assassination, the First and Second World Wars, the XIV Winter Olympic Games,and the longest-running siege of any town in modern history (1425 days). 7. For several hundred years, the borders of two great empires, the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian, which represented the two poles of the world at that time – East and West, Islamic and Christian – met in Bosnia and Herzegovina.This made the country and its capital a crossroads for very different worlds. Sarajevo is one of those rare cities where, during a ten-minute walk, you can see places of worship for the world’s most important monotheistic religions: Orthodox and Catholic churches, synagogues and mosques. More info: http://www.fipa.gov.ba/dobrodosli/znamenitosti/default.aspx?id=154&langTag=en-US http://www.funtrivia.com/en/Geography/Bosnia-12865.html http://www.expatsblog.com/contests/799/top-10-crazy-things-about-living-in-bosnia-and-herzegovina http://www.portal-trogir.com/things-to-do-en/towns/mostar-excursion-from-trogir/ https://vrhopk.wordpress.com/2009/07/22/fun-facts-to-tickle-your-fancy/ https://www.readyclickandgo.com/blog/ten-facts-about-sarajevo/ http://sarajevo.travel/en/discover-sarajevo/meet-sarajevo/10-reasons-to-visit Music: Ketsa – Face Jazz http://freemusicarchive.org Images: http://www.medjugorje-international.com/eng/hotel.html http://www.lasacrafamiglia.it/medjugorje/ http://flagpedia.net/currency/others/bosnia-and-herzegovina-convertible-mark http://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/2wiwtv/nationality_map_of_the_balkans_and_southern/ http://www.panacomp.net/bosnia_and_herzegovina http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stari_Most http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mostar_bridge.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_cuisine http://pixgood.com/no-mcdonalds-no.html http://www.union-travel.si/fr/reservations/hotels/ba/sarajevo/ http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/world_now/2012/04/sarajevo-a-look-back-at-the-first-few-months-of-the-siege.html http://geovivatravel.com/en/package/visoko-sarajevo-bijambare-mostar-dubrovnik-trebinje/ http://www.nardev.org/?paged=2 http://bosniavolimte.blogspot.ro/2011/03/sarajevo-jewish-synagague-piece-of.html http://www.webmastergrade.com/25-beautiful-mosques-around-the-world/
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BOSNIA: PALE: BOSNIAN SERBS EXPRESS RESERVATIONS OVER PEACE DEAL

BOSNIA: PALE: BOSNIAN SERBS EXPRESS RESERVATIONS OVER PEACE DEAL

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Serbo-Croat/Nat As the Balkan leaders finally sign the peace treaty in Paris and Bosnia and Serbia establish diplomatic ties, Bosnian Serbs in their stronghold Pale expressed reservations about the treaty. Some described their resignation and misgivings saying that Serbian President Milosevic betrayed them. A recent referendum of Serbs living in areas of Sarajevo which will be handed back to the Bosnian government voted overwhelmingly to reject the Dayton accord. SOUNDBITE: (English ) "This conference in Paris is good only because the terrible war is stopped. But the tragedy is small work for 150-thousand Serbian people who live in Sarajevo because this part of Sarajevo must be in unity with the Muslim and Croat federation." SUPERCAPTION: Voxpop SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) "Mutual recognition of Serbia and Bosnia have brought resignation and bitterness , President Milosevic has made a great deal of concessions to the international community especially to the Muslim side and then Bosnian Serbs are again betrayed and sold cheap. Soldiers walking on street, one of them saying recognition. We don't have that. Another treason by Milosevic , he betrayed us in Pais and Dayton, we will back Sarajevo by fighting. SUPERCAPTION: Liliana Kovacic You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4b230dc2c05578f15be5fa117bb51e17 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. The Balkans

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. The Balkans

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REMAINING HUMAN IN WARTIME: “Breaking Borders” in Sarajevo – New Episode Sun, April 5

REMAINING HUMAN IN WARTIME: “Breaking Borders” in Sarajevo – New Episode Sun, April 5

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Award-winning journalist Mariana van Zeller and acclaimed chef Michael Voltaggio visit one of the oldest capitals in the world,Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to grasp how three distinct ethnic groups – Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks – coexist in one city after ethnic cleansing wiped out thousands. They meet with a muslim Bosniak, the ethnic group that was the biggest victim of the war. He shares his story of resistance and his strong beliefs that all people need more than food and water to survive. They need to remain human. New episode premieres Sunday, April 5 at 9:00pm ET/PT on Travel Channel.
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Celebrations in Sarajevo, Bosnian Serb reax in Pale

Celebrations in Sarajevo, Bosnian Serb reax in Pale

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SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Sarajevo 1. Various of street celebrations, men clapping and jumping in the rain, chanting and cheering ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Sarajevo 2. SOUNDBITE: (Bosnian) Vox pop, man: "This is what we have been waiting for. Finally justice." Sarajevo ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 3. Cars driving in the rain, horns honking in celebration Sarajevo ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 4. Haris Silajdzic, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Haris Silajdzic, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina: "Milosevic is dead, Karadzic is arrested but their project lives on in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world who are Bosnians were expelled from their homes under the threat of life, so, for justice to be complete, we must erase the consequences of this genocide in Bosnia." Sarajevo 6. Various of Munira Subasic, mother who lost two sons in Srebrenica, watching television in her home 7. SOUNDBITE: (Bosnian) Munira Subasic, lost two sons in Srebrenica: "This news is not just important to me, but to all honest people of Bosnia and Herzegovina... especially for Bosnian Serbs who also suffered as a result of the policies by Karadzic and Mladic. So no tragedy happens again. And that all people are happy, no matter whether they are Muslims or Serbs, whether they live in Sarajevo, Banja Luka or Mostar." 8. Close-up of Subasic Sarajevo ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 9. Men chanting around a fire 10. Street celebrations, cars lined up in rain, honking Sarajevo 11. Set up shot of Zeljko Komsic, Vice Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zeljko Komsic, Vice Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina: "I want to believe that it (the arrest) is actually the result of normal, let's say normal, approach of the new Serbian government. I really want to believe in that." Pale ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 13. Exterior of Karadzic's family house 14. Mid shot of balcony 15. Close-up of window with light on 16. Wide of Bosnian Serbs watching the news in a bar 17. Close-up of newsreader on television screen 18. Wide of television in bar 19. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Zoran Zuza, Bosnian Serb, Vox pop: "Surely this news is an act of the new Serbian government... I am sure that even from tomorrow the pressure on Republika Srpska will be scaled down, and that his family will be released from the pressure it has been under for the past couple of years." 20. Bosnian Serbs walking past camera Sarajevo ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 21. Wide of television station 22. SOUNDBITE (Bosnian) Sulejman Tihic, Muslim leader "I think we came to a closure, where the butcher of Balkans will finally bury his sick project." 23. Mid of car in front of television station 24. SOUNDBITE (English) Zlatko Lagumdzija, Bosnian Social Democrat: "The arrest of Radovan Karadzic is, I hope, the chance for a new beginning in the region, not just for Bosnia-Herzegovina. It's a chance for the international community, the European Union in particular, and regional leaders to reshape, restructure, redefine the regional policy." 25. Wide exterior of television station STORYLINE: The streets of Sarajevo were jammed with euphoric crowds early Tuesday as Bosnian Muslims celebrated the arrest of Radovan Karadzic, Bosnia's most wanted war crimes suspect. Charged with organising the 1995 massacre of as many as 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica and the deadly siege of Sarajevo, Karadzic topped the United Nations tribunal's most-wanted list for more than a decade. The tribunal described him as the suspected mastermind of "scenes from hell, written on the darkest pages of human history." Many spilled out of downtown bars in shock - overwhelmed at the news they had been waiting to hear for over a decade. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2fd51e9465e128592b8ed87b0a8b7a9a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Bosnia-Release Of Croatian POW By Bosnian Serbs

Bosnia-Release Of Croatian POW By Bosnian Serbs

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T/I 10:58:24 The Bosnian Serbs on Tuesday (9/4) released three Muslim prisoners of war that were being held in a converted sports hall in Pale, setting the scene for the Serbs to attend a major donors conference this weekend. SHOWS: PALE/SARAJEVO, BOSNIA - 9 APRIL, 1996: PALE: ws Bosnian Serb HQ prisoners out of car prisoners down steps prisoners and others into vehicles interior prisoner vehicles leave vehicles drive past SARAJEVO: prisoners arrive and are met prisoner waves ms prisoners pose for photo prisoners walk prisoners entering office of High Representative Carl Bildt SOT: Colom Murphy, spokesman "Following a one hour meeting with Kraisnik we returned from Pale with three Muslim prisoners released by the Bosnian Serbs. We believe this may be the last because the dossiers of the remaining prisoners have been sent to the War Crimes tribunal in the Hague. If the Tribunal is not interested in them this prisoners should also be released;" VOXPOPS from released prisoners expressing how happy they are to be free 2.58 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f62af14229f98fdbcfb97a9413eb35cf Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Bosnia - Serb Refugees Housed In School

Bosnia - Serb Refugees Housed In School

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T/I: 11:04:33 About 200 Serbs who fled from the suburbs of Sarajevo have been housed temporarily in a run-down secondary school in Pale - the capital of Srpska, the Serb share of Bosnia. They left their homes in advance of the transfer of their suburbs to Muslim-Croat Federation control. Red Cross teams are attempting to provide urgently-needed aid - especially food, and items to improve hygiene in the school. SHOWS: PALE, BOSNIA - 13/3 gv of Pale in snow secondary school where refugees are being housed gvs refugees cu ICRC vehicles Lucy Sternthal, head of ICRC in Repoublica Srpska sot: "From the first moment, we tried to help people who arrived here in Pale and in Jahorina together with the local Red Cross of Pale. we provided help in hygenic items and food. our water and sanitation team were on the spot to see what could be done on this. i think the very difficult part for the people is that they had to leave their homes. psychological conditons here are that we unfortunately cannot do a lot. we still try, with the help we give, to provide minimum support to these people" cu entrance door of school ms hallway ms refugees in school ms woman sleeping in classroom cu personal belongings sign on door "do not disturb" classroom where refugess are being housed children on beds cu doll vs refugees in clasroom ms school corridor ICRC representative sot: "It is bad because it used to be a secondary school without maintenance for years, and now suddenly we have 200 people and elementary things are not enough to accept all those people... gv pale 2.51 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f74ac6f0f5b641144ecc4bc2aa72e23b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Brussels, Belgium: As We Travel Europe

Brussels, Belgium: As We Travel Europe

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https://www.aswetravel.com/brussels-belgium-travel-video/ Brussels, Belgium - Europe Train Challenge. Brussels, the city where all the important decisions about Europe are made, I expected boring seriousness and grey suits, not random street parties to appear out of nowhere. We’ve just arrived in Brussels. It’s a lovely day here. It’s really loud. We’ve come from Amsterdam. So, we’ll walk around and enjoy this wonderful City. It seems pretty lively, it’s cool. We’re walking down the streets, around the streets in Brussels, and we are looking for that Manneken Pis statue, a little boy peeing apparently. Okay, so, here we go. This is the most popular attraction in Brussels, and yea, it’s kind of funny I think ‘cause it’s such a small statue, and it has such a big reputation and it’s so popular. I knew it was going to be small but not that small. Let’s go and check out the Grand Place, apparently it’s absolutely beautiful. I think it’s around the corner. And this square is absolutely incredible. It’s called the Grand Place and, I don’t know. I was never really a guy for architecture. I didn’t really care about buildings or seeing those things, but walking in here for the first time last night, it was just, I was shocked. The detailed description of every single building is actually blowing me away. I’m actually really impressed. I’m not normally impressed about these kind of things so Sophia’s bought the original Belgian waffle. Normal waffle. I’ve got the extra tourist waffle. If you can see on there, it’s full of a lot of extra stuff. It’s kind of good for ya’. How does yours taste? It’s really good. Want to try? How do you eat this thing? Good? This is lunch today in Belgium. We’ve been going around like thirty different chocolate shops, and it’s just overwhelming. There are so many different chocolates you don’t know where to start or which one to choose. Yeah. It’s incredible but, sometimes you wish there was only one you could choose. It would make it so much easier. Maybe we should go to that one, or that one. I don’t know. Overwhelming. If you like fruit we have pineapple, banana, pistachio, lemon. Okay, why not pineapple I was thinking? Mint chocolate. Banana? Yes! Yum, should I have one right now? I’ll have a little bite. I’ll try this one. Wow. This is real chocolate. This is the real thing, huh? Yeah. Let’s taste a few of these then. Alright, show them first. That’s what it looks like. Looks so good. They’re so big as well. Yeah, you’re going to try it? I want to try that one. Is it good? Wow. That’s fresh. We’ve spent the day walking around Brussels, we done a lot of cool things, seen some cool buildings, and ate a lot of fresh Belgian chocolate so we’re exhausted, tired, full of chocolate. But there is this pub around the corner that claims to have over 2000 different varieties of beer. So we’re going to go check it out, relax, and end our wonderful day in Brussels. We’re in this bar that has over 2000 different varieties of beer, and we decided to pick what many tourists say tastes like spew. The Belgians here in Brussels, they love it. Tourists say it tastes like spew, so we had to buy it. What’s it called? Beer, whose only made in Brussels, not even Belgium, Brussels. So yea, it’s made only in Brussels, and there is no added sugar so apparently it tastes sour. Let’s just check it out. It’s not fizzy either. It tastes like there’s a lemon in there or something. I don’t know it’s just a bitter afterwards, really really sour. It is sour, I wouldn’t say it tastes like spew, it actually tastes pretty good I think. So we’re going to sit here, probably buy a few more beers that are not this one. It will be nice to try some of the 2000 they’ve got here for the evening and we’ll see you next time in Luxembourg.
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Bosnia - General Rose Visits Pale

Bosnia - General Rose Visits Pale

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T/I: 10:57:45 The commander of UN peacekeeping forces in Bosnia, Lieutenant General Sir Michael Rose, said farewell to Bosnian Serb leaders on Friday (20/1). Rose's assignment ends on 24 January. He was largely credited with saving Sarajevo from a ferocious Serb siege in February last year. After his final meeting with Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, in the Serb stronghold of Pale, Rose said: "I very much hope that what we have seen in the last three weeks...shows a serious intent by everybody to take this country back to peace." SHOWS: QUALITY AS INCOMING PALE, BOSNIA (20/1) un commander general sir michael rose arriving and entering building rose sitting around table with serb general ratko mladic rose receives present rose looking at portrait of himself rose shakes hands with mladic un troops entering building rose in meeting with bosnian serb leader radovan karadzic rose sot : people impatient but serious intent for peace sot karadzic: i hope rose is right. things moving in right direction and rose's contribution tremendous despite misunderstandings. rose has been an officer and a gentleman rose shakes hands with all ends: 2.25 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e62a3bd66abed10870a3ec99f98c5c0c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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KUHINJA: Mathias Lebber Interview

KUHINJA: Mathias Lebber Interview

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Interview with German film director Mathias Lebber. From the TV show "Kuhinja", a weekly programme on the phenomena of contemporary culture, produced by pro.ba (www.pro.ba), a Sarajevo based independent TV, film and video production company. Broadcast Thursdays 22:30 CET on BHT1 (www.pbsbih.ba)
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BOSNIA: SARAJEVO: REACTION AND CELEBRATIONS TO PEACE AGREEMENT

BOSNIA: SARAJEVO: REACTION AND CELEBRATIONS TO PEACE AGREEMENT

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Eng/Serbo-Croat/Nat News of the U-S brokered Balkan peace deal was met with a mix of jubilation and caution in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. Residents across the city crowded around their television sets to watch the announcement live from Washington. There was a general atmosphere of celebration in most of Sarajevo's bars and restaurants as the city celebrated the outbreak of peace. The sense of jubilation at the end of four years of war also spilled out onto the streets, over-powering the reservations that some in Bosnia are known to have about the agreement signed in Ohio. Even overseas workers, who have learnt over the years to be cautious about Bosnian peace deals, expressed hope for the future. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We're very optimistic , but I have to say there's a huge task and this is a very, very, very initial step." SUPER CAPTION: Scott Brown, International Monetary Fund Representative As soon as news of the ceasefire filtered through, many took to the street VOXPOP: "I feel a little bit suspicious -- that's (the) first thing because after four years I don't believe that peace is possible. But we will see and I feel great if it is true because that is the best thing that can happen to anyone living in a war.." VOXPOP "I'm extremely happy if it can stand -- for a long time. I hope so, you know." QUESTION: Are you an optimist? "Well, it will be not easy. A lot of time will pass before we really reach the details of what should be done." Nowhere in Sarajevo will news of the peace deal be more welcomed than in the city's hospitals, which over the last few years have been overwhelmed by the number of casualties. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) "Now, we won't have massacres I hope. And we won't be forced to treat people from war injuries. I hope that this means that the war will come to an end." Doctor SUPER CAPTION: Doctor The Serb leader, Slobodan Milosevic, welcomed the news, as did his rival and Serb opposition leader, Vuk Draskovic. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Although I am (not) acquainted with all the details of the peace agreement from Dayton, I am very happy and thrilled, delighted. But I will try to hide my emotions and think rationally. A peace agreement is signed and the senseless war is stopped -- that is the most important issue." SUPER CAPTION: Vuk Draskovic, Serbian Opposition Leader. Now all that the people of Sarajevo can do is wait to see if this peace deal -- unlike so many ceasefires of the past - will hold so that the people of Bosnia can have the best Christmas present they could ask for. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c3a0436f057f71b216c019d47eb06100 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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CITY OF YOUTH  (Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20.11.2017) - SECOND PART

CITY OF YOUTH (Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20.11.2017) - SECOND PART

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Label and copyright: Aleksandar Marić Zabranjeno svako kopiranje video i/ili audio snimaka na druge kanale Pale is a town and a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located southeast of Bosnia's capital Sarajevo. The municipality of Pale is one of the six municipalities of the City of Istočno Sarajevo located in the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During 1991 and 1992, as the tensions rose in the run up to the Bosnian War, the Pale region became an administrative center of the nascent anti-Sarajevo and pro-Yugoslav Republika Srpska. It would remain a center of activity for the Serb forces during their Siege of Sarajevo which led to the deaths of more than 10,000 people and the wounding of 56,000 (including 15,000 children). Several high ranking Serb commanders in control of forces from the region, including General Stanislav Galić were sentenced by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for crimes against the people of Sarajevo where a campaign of unrelenting violence against the inhabitants was led. The town became the nominal administrative headquarters of the Bosnian Serb government, while Banja Luka became the de facto capital. Pale remained an important cultural center with a collection of cultural and informational institutions such as a news agency (SRNA), a television station (Canal S) and newspapers (Javnost and Ognjista) are based there. The Bosnian War ended with the signing of the Dayton Peace accords on 14 December 1995. With the war at the end the town return to some sort of normalcy. As the Constitution of Republika Srpska sets out that Sarajevo is the capital of Republika Srpska which was recognized as an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the Dayton Peace Agreement. The administrative capital has now transferred to Banja Luka. In 2013 the local authorities and residents welcomed convicted war criminal Momčilo Krajišnik after his release from jail. In 2006, he had been sentenced to 27 years in prison for crimes against humanity on non-Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war, some of which included persecution, extermination, murder and forced deportations. But his sentence was reduced and he was released early. The Municipal Board of the Serbian Democratic Party prepared the welcome which was attended by 3,000 Serbs. The local economy has a significant tourism arm. The nearby mountains of Jahorina, Trebević and Igman were used during the 1984 Winter Olympics. The Jahorina Ski Center has 8 lifts and over 20 kilometres (12 miles) of ski trails all over the mountain that offer Olympic-style professional trails and novice trails for children and beginners. The high season on Jahorina is mid-December to late January. Around the new year it is almost impossible to get accommodation without advance reservations. There are more than 30 logging and wood production mills in the Pale municipality. The Wood Industry in Pale is an important part of the towns economy and number of people employed there. Currently there are too many logging facility around in the area, exceeding the renewal capacity of nearby forests.
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jamalbosnia

jamalbosnia

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Jamal Bosnia travel & tourism , offer you hotel reservations and accommodations , trip around Sarajevo and the other towns trough BiH , accompanied with the expert guide. Contact us +387 66 622 222 +387 66 633 333 mail : info@jamalbosnia.com
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7th FAI WORLD PARAGLIDING ACCURACY CHAMPIONSHIPS, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, PROMO VIDEO

7th FAI WORLD PARAGLIDING ACCURACY CHAMPIONSHIPS, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, PROMO VIDEO

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People from city of Sarajevo invite you to participate in the 7th FAI World Paragliding Accuracy Championship and wish you a sincere welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The contest will be held on the Olympic mountain Bjelasnica in the period from 17.08.2013. to 25.08.2013. during which period best paragliding accuracy pilot from around world will be participating in biggest sport event since Olympic Games '84 that were held in city of Sarajevo. In addition to winter sports Bjelasnica is known by many other "outdoor sports" such as: mountain biking, motocross / quad bike riding, hiking, canyoning through one of the deepest and certainly the most beautiful canyon in Europe, Rakitnica river canyon 26 km long ... ranked by the National Geographic in the top 10 adventure destinations in 2012. Over years many paragliding pilots have made their first flights from this mountain, which offers excellent conditions and is very paragliding friendly. We organized four successful competitions at this location, four consecutive years in the same period we plan to implement the organization of the World Championship. According to wind statistics, most of the days with a northeast wind, which is ideal for take-off on the northern slopes and landing in Babin do, are during the month of August. In addition, Bjelasnica has backup locations for all alternative wind directions. We announce to all competitors and visitors that Extreme Sports Club Sarajevo is available for everything related to competition and your visit to Sarajevo, hotel reservations, organizaton of transport airport-Bjelasnica-Sarajevo... training organization and transportation to take-off for those who decide to come before the contest and anything else you might need during your stay in Sarajevo. We would like to note that the famous Sarajevo Film Festival is held in the same period and in recent years it has become the biggest event in BiH, so if you plan to bring someone with you, we are sure they will be delighted by a program that the city of Sarajevo offers in that period. As we near to actual date of competition we will provide all relevant information for You dear visitors. Event details Welcome to site of Accuracy Paragliding World Championship Sarajevo-Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013. This site is offering pleriminary data regarding champonship. Place and Date Babin do, Bjelasnica mountain, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 17 Aug to 25 Aug 2013. Competition is organized by friendly people from Sarajevo, lead by Extreme Sport Club Sarajevo and National Aeroklub of Bosnia and Herzegovina (NAC) on behalf of Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) Organize a safe and fair competition. Promote paragliding as a sport in the Bosnia and Herzegovina and lastly promote Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Bjelasnica Olympic mountain.
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Addy in Sarajevo

Addy in Sarajevo

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verslag van RTL Boulevard over de show van Addy van den Krommenacker in Sarajevo
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Dinno Čolo - Highlights

Dinno Čolo - Highlights

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Dinno Čolo was born in Sarajevo, 8.07.1998. Dinno's career highlights are: -13 points per game, -6 assists per game, -5 rebounds per game, -4 steals per game, -5 blocks per game. Everything else you can see in video above. Share and support our Dinno !
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BOSNIA: PALE: BAD WEATHER DELAYS BOSNIAN SERB EVACUATION

BOSNIA: PALE: BAD WEATHER DELAYS BOSNIAN SERB EVACUATION

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English/Nat An evacuation of Bosnian Serbs from Pale, near Sarajevo, has been delayed by bad weather. Dozens of trucks and vehicles attempted to make their way to the Bosnian Serb stronghold on Wednesday morning to help people evacuate their homes, but became stuck in snow drifts. The Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has blamed the international community for the mass exodus of Serbs from suburbs around Sarajevo. He says it has failed to provide enough guarantees for Serb security as the areas are handed back to Muslim control. Trucks lined the road to Pale Wednesday, stranded by the snow blizzards which have engulfed the area. Their aim was to get to Pale to help evacuate Bosnian Serb civilians who fear they well not been given equal treatment under the Bosnian government. A view the Bosnian government has consistently denied. U-N relief officials say around 20-thousand Serbs have so far fled Sarajevo and its suburbs since the Dayton peace agreement came into effect. They estimate around 50-thousand remain, though how many will stay remains to be seen. In Pale, the Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic accused the international community for failing to provide the guarantees necessary to persuade the Serbs in Sarajevo to stay. SOUNDBITE: Our wish was to have them stay in Sarajevo, and we have done everything to persuade them to stay in Sarajevo. However, they do not feel safe and secure and for those who want to leave we are obliged to facilitate it. Unfortunately many of them want to leave and the weather conditions are aggravating this. The international community should be quite clear about one thing: we want Serbs in Sarajevo to stay. But the international community did not give them enough guarantees, did not give them the right to have their own authority, their own police and did not give them something that the Croats and Muslims have in Mostar. SUPER CAPTION: Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader If it happens, the mass evacuation of Serb from Sarajevo would be one of the final chapters in the transfers of populations that have been the hallmark of Bosnia's war. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ab2a2fd56cdd8ab0e1940df16d0d552c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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F0RMER YUGOSLAVIA: LEADERS REACTION TO BOSNIAN PEACE AGREEMENT  November 22, 1995

F0RMER YUGOSLAVIA: LEADERS REACTION TO BOSNIAN PEACE AGREEMENT November 22, 1995

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Despite their reservations about the Dayton peace accord, Bosnian Muslim leaders made a triumphant return to Sarajevo. Alija Izetbegovic and his peace negotiating team were given a rousing welcome by hundreds of cheering residents in the city
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Update from EGYPT! | Don't Kill Eli

Update from EGYPT! | Don't Kill Eli

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Greetings from Dahab, Egypt! Subscribe to DON'T KILL ELI! http://goo.gl/LVwZPc I'm leaving for the airport in an hour to fly to Sarajevo (with a sizable layover in Istanbul.) Spoiler Alert: Bosnia won the last vote by a lot. I'm on my own now w/o my cameraman/editor/travelbuddy Mike and it's been near impossible to get the Egypt footage to my producer in LA - SO - we're going to change the format a bit for the last week of this trip. (Bosnia will be the last episode of the season. I think...) I'll be posting more videos like this - little iPhone updates that are easier to upload. I'll still be shooting full episodes for Egypt and Bosnia but you'll just have to wait for a week or so to get them. In the meantime, we'll show some stuff that didn't make it in past episodes because it didn't fit or was too long or maybe there was just too much nudity. Stay tuned! Love, Eli For more updates, photos and behind the scenes, FOLLOW @elinewell on Twitter & Instagram -also- check out our blog at www.dontkilleli.com Miss the Kickstarter? Wanna help support the show? CHIP IN NOW WITH PAYPAL! http://bit.ly/1l0Qbhu Don't Kill Eli is a real life choose your own adventure. As Eli travels around the world, he'll post videos like this to let you vote on his next destination!
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Bosnia-Serbians Move Dead From Sarajevo Cemetery

Bosnia-Serbians Move Dead From Sarajevo Cemetery

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T/I 11:00:54 The bodies of more than 70 Bosnian Serbs, exhumed by relatives who refused to leave them behind when they fled Sarajevo suburbs, were reburied late on Saturday night (24/2). A local priest in the village of Sokolac, 50 km from Pale, blessed the long line of simple wood coffins as relatives wept over the them. SHOWS: SOKOLAC, BOSNIA 24 FEBRUARY 1996 ws of graveyard truck pulling up cu truck opened ms tailgate pulled down cu coffins unloaded cutaway woman cries relatives praying people crying and wailing cu of relatives cu crucifix with photo cu woman kissing crucifix on coffin ms woman mourns families grieve woman praying tracking shot down coffins woman with candle priest blesses coffins woman with candle cu woman crying coffins lowered into the ground overhead coffins lowered more of grieving relatives cu coffin being lowered cu man throws dirt in grave SOT: in serbian pan along line of buried coffins men lower coffin 3.10 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/df8e40210eaa2d76bd0e56f4b5e3bac6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Las "Dolmas" u hortalizas rellenas de Sarajevo | Euromaxx

Las "Dolmas" u hortalizas rellenas de Sarajevo | Euromaxx

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La cocina bosnia tiene influencia oriental y está condicionada por el clima continental de la región. Hasta el día de hoy se han mantenido los nombres turcos de muchos de los platos típicos. Sin embargo, los bosnios los preparan de forma diferente: no utilizan tantas especias y emplean, en cambio, mucha más carne. (ll/el)
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BOSNIA: PALE: NATO CLAIM WIDESPREAD SUCCESS FOR AIRSTRIKES

BOSNIA: PALE: NATO CLAIM WIDESPREAD SUCCESS FOR AIRSTRIKES

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Natural Sound NATO is claiming widespread success for its airstrikes against Bosnian Serb targets on Wednesday. More than 60 U-S and allied warplanes attacked positions and defence installations around Sarajevo and the Serb towns of Pale, Mostar, Gorazde and Tuzla. The United Nations said there were no NATO or U.N. deaths. The first explosions were heard from the direction of the Bosnian Serb stronghold of Pale, to the southeast. According to NATO, the targets initially included air defence sites, missile sites and communications facilities, before being extended to ammunition depots and local command posts. NATO officials said initial assessments suggested that many targets had been seriously damaged or destroyed. The streets of Pale were soon deserted as the residents took to bomb shelters. More air strikes have been threatened over the next few days in response to Monday's shelling of civilian targets in Sarajevo by the Bosnian Serbs. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ac39ff5ac5ca51deba0d087e12fdf14b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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CITY OF YOUTH (Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20.11.2017) - FIRST PART

CITY OF YOUTH (Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20.11.2017) - FIRST PART

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Label and copyright: Aleksandar Marić Zabranjeno svako kopiranje video i/ili audio snimaka na druge kanale Pale is a town and a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located southeast of Bosnia's capital Sarajevo. The municipality of Pale is one of the six municipalities of the City of Istočno Sarajevo located in the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During 1991 and 1992, as the tensions rose in the run up to the Bosnian War, the Pale region became an administrative center of the nascent anti-Sarajevo and pro-Yugoslav Republika Srpska. It would remain a center of activity for the Serb forces during their Siege of Sarajevo which led to the deaths of more than 10,000 people and the wounding of 56,000 (including 15,000 children). Several high ranking Serb commanders in control of forces from the region, including General Stanislav Galić were sentenced by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for crimes against the people of Sarajevo where a campaign of unrelenting violence against the inhabitants was led. The town became the nominal administrative headquarters of the Bosnian Serb government, while Banja Luka became the de facto capital. Pale remained an important cultural center with a collection of cultural and informational institutions such as a news agency (SRNA), a television station (Canal S) and newspapers (Javnost and Ognjista) are based there. The Bosnian War ended with the signing of the Dayton Peace accords on 14 December 1995. With the war at the end the town return to some sort of normalcy. As the Constitution of Republika Srpska sets out that Sarajevo is the capital of Republika Srpska which was recognized as an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the Dayton Peace Agreement. The administrative capital has now transferred to Banja Luka. In 2013 the local authorities and residents welcomed convicted war criminal Momčilo Krajišnik after his release from jail. In 2006, he had been sentenced to 27 years in prison for crimes against humanity on non-Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war, some of which included persecution, extermination, murder and forced deportations. But his sentence was reduced and he was released early. The Municipal Board of the Serbian Democratic Party prepared the welcome which was attended by 3,000 Serbs. The local economy has a significant tourism arm. The nearby mountains of Jahorina, Trebević and Igman were used during the 1984 Winter Olympics. The Jahorina Ski Center has 8 lifts and over 20 kilometres (12 miles) of ski trails all over the mountain that offer Olympic-style professional trails and novice trails for children and beginners. The high season on Jahorina is mid-December to late January. Around the new year it is almost impossible to get accommodation without advance reservations. There are more than 30 logging and wood production mills in the Pale municipality. The Wood Industry in Pale is an important part of the towns economy and number of people employed there. Currently there are too many logging facility around in the area, exceeding the renewal capacity of nearby forests.
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BOSNIA : DAMAGE CAUSED BY NATO AIR STRIKES

BOSNIA : DAMAGE CAUSED BY NATO AIR STRIKES

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Natural Sound As the warring parties in the former Yugoslavia meet in Geneva, NATO continues its attempt at forcing the Bosnian Serbs to pull their heavy weapons back from around Sarajevo. Bosnian Serb Television reported on Friday that gunners from the multinational rapid reaction force had shelled a hospital in the Sarajevo suburb of Blazuj, which is 30 kilometres west of Pale. Pale is the headquarters of the self-styled Bosnian Serb assembly. The Bosnian Serb military took reporters to Serb-held Foca, some 90 kilometres (56 miles) southeast of Sarajevo on Friday. Their mission was to show journalists that NATO planes had destroyed three of the four bridges across the Drina river which separates Bosnia from Serbia proper. The rebel Serb military claimed that one of the bridges had been missed, hitting an apartment block instead. They said that resulted in 15 people being wounded. And Bosnian Serb Television reported that the United Nations' multinational rapid reaction force had attacked a hospital in the western Serb-held Sarajevo suburb of Blazuj. The Serbs claimed artillery killed 10 patients and wounded dozens when it struck the hospital. The United Nations said that whilst it is investigating the claim it does not expect to finish until Saturday. Whilst the Bosnian Serbs are attempting to present themselves as victims of the western alliance's action, they have still failed to pull back their heavy weaponry from around Sarajevo. NATO has warned that until they do so the airstrikes will continue. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/603cd2eca11b55806371519ce434b8fc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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