“Although a number of events are celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities today in Zagreb, Croatia has made little headway to reduce the segregation of the estimated 9,800 disabled adults and children living in institutions across the country, international human rights NGO Human Rights Watch writes.” (TOL)
Leaders look back on the 20th anniversary of the #NATO bombings of #Yugoslavia.
Anti-government protests continue in #Serbia and #Montenegro.
#Croatian municipalities are forming joint tourism boards to deal with immense tourism
20th Anniversary of the NATO Intervention in Yugoslavia Remembered in #Kosovo and #Serbia
@KolindaGK : #Croats are the oldest constituent people in #BiH.
President of N. #Macedonia Ivanov Refuses to Sign Bill into Law
Twenty years later, @AlexanderSmith and Vladimir Banic write about the anniversary of the @NATO bombings in #Yugoslavia and what the future might hold for #Kosovo.
#Balkan #NATO #Serbia #Srbija #Kosova
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