• Lawyers' Protest in Serbia 2014

    Short movie about Lawyers protest in Serbia which lasted from Sep. 17th 2014 till Jan. 26th 2015. Protest like this never happened in the history of Advocacy. Photos: Many authors (all taken from protestadvokata.org and Bar Association of Serbia) Music: Carl Orff - O Fortuna, Apple Itunes Translation: Vanja B. Stankovic, Attorney at Law Author of the movie: Aleksandar N. Djordjevic, Attorney at Law

    published: 15 Mar 2015
  • Jeste li u potrazi za Serbia Advokatbyra Helsingborg Lawyer?

    http://advokati.kukulele.com/advokat/Ivan_V._Calovic - Serbia Advokatbyra Helsingborg Lawyer - http://advokati.kukulele.com/advokat/Ivan_V._Calovic. - Kontakt {iskusan | poverenja | a upućeni) advokat za sve vaše pravne zahtjevi !

    published: 22 Feb 2015
  • Lawyers Protest in Serbia

    This video explains reasons for Lawyers` protest in Serbia. Made by Bar Association of Belgrade.

    published: 29 Nov 2014
  • Bosnia to appeal 2007 UN court ruling clearing Serbia of genocide

    The Muslim member of Bosnia’s three-man presidency says the country will appeal a 2007 United Nations court ruling that cleared Serbia of blame for genocide. Izetbegovic has engaged a lawyer without his Serb and Croat colleagues' consent to prepare the lawsuit before a 10-year deadline expires on February 26. He added that the revision of the International Court of Justice’s ruling carries an obvious risk but he could not give up. The Bosnian Serb and Croat leaders have opposed Izetbegovic’s initiative, saying it would violate the constitution and cause a political crisis. The 2007 judgment by the International Court of Justice confirmed that genocide had occurred at Srebrenica, where about eight-thousand Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serb forces. But the ruling exonerated Serbia of dire...

    published: 18 Feb 2017
  • Serbia - Teachers and lawyers join strikes

    T/I: 11:16:40 GS: 10:01:05 Lawyers and striking teachers on Friday (31/1) took to the streets of Belgrade to protest against the Serbian government of President Slobodan Milosevic. Widening the protest to strike action, thousands of teachers called for the resignation of the education minister, payment of salaries as much as three months overdue and a rise in their pay. Belgrade's striking lawyers joined the daily demonstration by university students. The laywers are angry with the courts and the Justice Ministry for upholding Milosevic's annulment of the opposition Together coalition's victories in November's municipal elections. SHOWS: BELGRADE, SERBIA 31/1 0.00 WS Lawyers demonstrating outside ministry of Justice 0.05 MS lawyers marching 0.13 WS Lawyers marchin...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Cacak Serbia Stečaj odvjetnik

    Cacak Serbia Stečaj odvjetnik

    published: 17 Sep 2014
  • Serbia vs. Albania Mayhem

    What a crazy night. The much anticipated match between Serbia and Albania is finally history. Who won you might ask? Neither side. It was "ABANDONED" :) The Albanian prime minister's brother was arrested under suspicion that he was in charge of this little flying drone that flew over the stadium with a pic of "Greater Albania"... I just read that he was released later in the night because of some lawyer strike that is going on in Serbia . Serbia is scheduled to play in Albania later this year. Lets hope it's cancelled

    published: 15 Oct 2014
  • Serbia - Students protest against Milosevic

    T/I 10:34:43 Several thousand university students marched through Belgrade on Sunday (8/12) as opponents of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic awaited the Supreme Court's full verdict on their appeal to overturn annulment of their victories in November's municipal elections. SHOWS: BELGRADE, SERBIA, 8 DECEMBER, 1996 Vs of students demonstrating through the city with banners and shouting slogans; Student SOT: "This decision of the Supreme court of Serbia is not acceptable for us. It shows that the legal sytem of Serbia doesn't exist as an independent institution and we will continue with our protests."; Student SOT: "The decison is justfication of injustice and we oppose that decision."; Student SOT: "I think it's a shame for our country and for the supreme court to ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Greater Serbia: From Ideology to Aggression

    http://www.trepca.net/english/2006/serbian_memorandum_1986/greater_serbia_cik_serbian_academy_mem_1986.html http://www.trepca.net/english/2006/serbian_memorandum_1986/boycot_of_serbian_academics_by_igor_primoratz.html In this video, there are excerpts from the most important works of some very influential Serbian intellectuals (politicians, academic, writers) who lived and worked in various time periods but are tied together by a common thread, the creation of a Greater Serbia. Trying to hide their true motives from the eyes of the world with a series of historic and demographic falsifications, today's proponents of Greater Serbian ambitions are only continuing the promotion of an idea that has been smouldering with various degrees of intensity for over a century. Serbian neighb...

    published: 15 Jun 2009
  • Pres says Serbia will downgrade ties with countries recognizing independent Kosovo

    SHOTLIST 1. Exterior of Presidency building 2. Wide of Serbian flag 3. Boris Tadic, Serbian President walking onto stage for the press conference 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Boris Tadic, Serbian President: "I have talked in the past few days with the leaders from some European countries, and with some of the main players from all around the world, about the current situation in Kosovo Metohija. I was trying to appeal to all leaders to take into consideration, the position of Serbia, and the legal framework which is extremely important in terms of stability in our region and other countries around the world. From that reason, I have clarified that the position is Serbia is going to be a clear reaction. We are not going to make war, but we are going to analyse our bilateral relations wi...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Karadzic lawyer; AP intv with Karadzic's friend, brother

    1. Wide of exterior of the court 2. Pan right of police van driving away 3. Ex-Bosnian Serb warlord Radovan Karadzic's nephew Dragan Karadzic (first, tall man in black top), his brother Luka Karadzic (grey hair and moustache, holding documents), his other brother Ivan Karadzic (shorter, in suit) and his lawyer Svetozar Vujacic (in white trousers) going to the court 4. Wide exterior of court 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Svetozar Vujacic, Radovan Karadzic's Lawyer: (Question: "When will Karadzic be extradited to the Hague?") "Not before Wednesday in any case. However, I can tell you something exclusive. Bishop Amfilohije (Metropolitan Amfilohije Radovic of Montenegro and the Coastlands) visited Radovan yesterday. He blessed him and said he supports him. That's all and I will tell you every...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • A GOOD WIFE | Trailer

    A Good Wife Serbia/Bosnia/Croatia 94 mins A dutiful woman is struck with the dilemma of a lifetime when she uncovers a devastating secret from her husband’s past. Middle-aged Milena (Mirjana Karanovic) is a devoted wife and mother living in Belgrade. Her contented existence is upended when she’s diagnosed with cancer and almost simultaneously discovers an old VHS tape that shows footage of her husband’s involvement in war crimes. Suddenly, she must face the twin realities of her cancer, and her husband’s secret. Karanovic not only plays the titular role, she also co-wrote the screenplay and takes the director’s chair for the first time. A human rights activist, Karanovic brings genuine warmth, insight and humour to the film, resulting in a subtle, intimate character study that’s both c...

    published: 05 Jul 2016
  • SERBIA: VUK DRASKOVIC INJURED IN CAR CRASH

    Eng/Serbo-Croat/Nat A top Serbian opposition leader, Vuk Draskovic, and his wife Danica were injured on Sunday and four of his aides were killed in a car crash in central Serbia. Draskovic, Serbia's veteran opposition leader and head of the Serbian Renewal Movement party, was travelling southwest of the capital Belgrade when one of their cars crashed into a truck. Draskovic's top aide and brother-in-law Veselin Boskovic was killed in the collision along with Draskovic's security adviser Zvonko Osmajlic and two body guards. The twisted remains of Vuk Draskovic's car 40 kilometres (25 miles) southwest of the capital Belgrade. The top Serbian opposition leader was travelling with his wife and a group of other prominent party members when one of their cars crashed into a truck...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Hundreds of Bosnian Serbs protest in Sokolac following arrest of Mladic

    SHOTLIST 1. Mid of young men holding pictures of former Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic 2. Wide of protest, people holding Serbian flags and pictures of Mladic 3. Mid of people holding Serbian flags and pictures of Mladic 4. Mid of people holding Mladic pictures, holding three fingers to camera 5. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vladan Savcic, protester: "Boris Tadic should be ashamed for what he did to the Serb people. Ratko Mladic defended Serb people and if it wasn't for him we wouldn't be here." 6. Mid pan right of protest, people holding large Serbian flag and Mladic pictures 7. Wide of protest, people shouting Mladic's name and waving flags 8. Mid of protesters holding banner reading (Serbian) "Save Serbia and kill yourself Boris." 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Sladjam Pecnic, protester:...

    published: 04 Aug 2015
  • Miss Serbia 2010, Preparations in Tunisia part 1

    Miss Serbia 2010, De Vinca Production, Vesna de Vinca Tunisair, SunLine travel, Pompea, Nebojsa Pilipovic Pilo, Bata Spasojevic designer, Marija Sabic designer, Bozana Ostojic, Ranko Rajovic MENSA Serbia, Jovanaka Atanackovic lawyer, Kristina Radulovic Vuckovic journalist, Miss Serbia 2009 Jelena Markovic, Dragan Coso photographer, Mladen Sekulic photographer, Dag Ulic photographer and many others Special thanks to: Tunisair (Farouk Benzina), SunLine travel agency, El Mouradi Hotels (Naim Ghannouchi)

    published: 05 Sep 2010
  • WRAP Bosnian Serbs protest Mladic's arrest by marching in Sarajevo ADDS Pale

    SHOTLIST ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ Lukavica 1. Wide of protesters walking through streets of Lukavica, waving Serbian flags 2. Mid of protesters carrying pictures of Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic while shouting his name 3. Mid of residents watching protesters from balcony of their apartment 4. Wide of protesters marching through the streets, waving Serbian flags and shouting Mladic's name 5. Mid of protesters clapping and shouting Mladic's name 6. Mid of protesters waving Serbian flags marching through the streets 7. Wide rear shot of march Pale 8. Wide of protesters marching through town holding Serbian flags 9. Mid of protesters 10. Various of woman holding traditional Serb instrument, the Gusle, with pictures of Mladic and former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Kar...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
Lawyers' Protest in Serbia 2014

Lawyers' Protest in Serbia 2014

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  • Updated: 15 Mar 2015
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Short movie about Lawyers protest in Serbia which lasted from Sep. 17th 2014 till Jan. 26th 2015. Protest like this never happened in the history of Advocacy. Photos: Many authors (all taken from protestadvokata.org and Bar Association of Serbia) Music: Carl Orff - O Fortuna, Apple Itunes Translation: Vanja B. Stankovic, Attorney at Law Author of the movie: Aleksandar N. Djordjevic, Attorney at Law
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Jeste li u potrazi za Serbia Advokatbyra Helsingborg Lawyer?

Jeste li u potrazi za Serbia Advokatbyra Helsingborg Lawyer?

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http://advokati.kukulele.com/advokat/Ivan_V._Calovic - Serbia Advokatbyra Helsingborg Lawyer - http://advokati.kukulele.com/advokat/Ivan_V._Calovic. - Kontakt {iskusan | poverenja | a upućeni) advokat za sve vaše pravne zahtjevi !
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Lawyers Protest in Serbia

Lawyers Protest in Serbia

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This video explains reasons for Lawyers` protest in Serbia. Made by Bar Association of Belgrade.
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Bosnia to appeal 2007 UN court ruling clearing Serbia of genocide

Bosnia to appeal 2007 UN court ruling clearing Serbia of genocide

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The Muslim member of Bosnia’s three-man presidency says the country will appeal a 2007 United Nations court ruling that cleared Serbia of blame for genocide. Izetbegovic has engaged a lawyer without his Serb and Croat colleagues' consent to prepare the lawsuit before a 10-year deadline expires on February 26. He added that the revision of the International Court of Justice’s ruling carries an obvious risk but he could not give up. The Bosnian Serb and Croat leaders have opposed Izetbegovic’s initiative, saying it would violate the constitution and cause a political crisis. The 2007 judgment by the International Court of Justice confirmed that genocide had occurred at Srebrenica, where about eight-thousand Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serb forces. But the ruling exonerated Serbia of direct responsibility for killings, rapes and "ethnic cleansing" in other parts of Bosnia. Edward Corrigan International Lawyer Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
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Serbia - Teachers and lawyers join strikes

Serbia - Teachers and lawyers join strikes

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T/I: 11:16:40 GS: 10:01:05 Lawyers and striking teachers on Friday (31/1) took to the streets of Belgrade to protest against the Serbian government of President Slobodan Milosevic. Widening the protest to strike action, thousands of teachers called for the resignation of the education minister, payment of salaries as much as three months overdue and a rise in their pay. Belgrade's striking lawyers joined the daily demonstration by university students. The laywers are angry with the courts and the Justice Ministry for upholding Milosevic's annulment of the opposition Together coalition's victories in November's municipal elections. SHOWS: BELGRADE, SERBIA 31/1 0.00 WS Lawyers demonstrating outside ministry of Justice 0.05 MS lawyers marching 0.13 WS Lawyers marching 0.16 WS lawyers demonstrating 0.20 WS teachers demonstrating 0.25 MS teachers demonstrating 0.33 Olga Blaguyevich, Belgrade Teacher SOT in English: "We have not been paid regularly for years, but now we can't survive. This is now a matter of existence. Everybody asks us and tells us that we do not care about the pupils, but who cares about OUR children? we are also parents." 0.54 UPSOT drummers leading student protest 0.58 MS students marching 1.08 Vision ends. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/64c7833380417cbfa469fb88d4d9d053 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Cacak Serbia Stečaj odvjetnik

Cacak Serbia Stečaj odvjetnik

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Cacak Serbia Stečaj odvjetnik
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Serbia vs. Albania Mayhem

Serbia vs. Albania Mayhem

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What a crazy night. The much anticipated match between Serbia and Albania is finally history. Who won you might ask? Neither side. It was "ABANDONED" :) The Albanian prime minister's brother was arrested under suspicion that he was in charge of this little flying drone that flew over the stadium with a pic of "Greater Albania"... I just read that he was released later in the night because of some lawyer strike that is going on in Serbia . Serbia is scheduled to play in Albania later this year. Lets hope it's cancelled
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Serbia - Students protest against Milosevic

Serbia - Students protest against Milosevic

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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T/I 10:34:43 Several thousand university students marched through Belgrade on Sunday (8/12) as opponents of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic awaited the Supreme Court's full verdict on their appeal to overturn annulment of their victories in November's municipal elections. SHOWS: BELGRADE, SERBIA, 8 DECEMBER, 1996 Vs of students demonstrating through the city with banners and shouting slogans; Student SOT: "This decision of the Supreme court of Serbia is not acceptable for us. It shows that the legal sytem of Serbia doesn't exist as an independent institution and we will continue with our protests."; Student SOT: "The decison is justfication of injustice and we oppose that decision."; Student SOT: "I think it's a shame for our country and for the supreme court to make the decision they made."; More of students marching; pull out to square; Presser of lawyers of the three-party coalition "Zajedno" (Together); Zajedno (Together) lawyer, Vesna Rakic-Vodinelic SOT in Serbian, saying that the appeal had been rejected in the five districts already and that there was no reason one should hope it would be different in the other electoral districts (in which the results are still being reviewed) and where the opposition complaints were identical.; Woman taking notes; cameraman; Zajedno (Together) lawyer Nikola Banovic at presser; Banovic SOT in english: "Court is violating basic thing that any side in any procedure has basic right to be informed what is happening during the procedure...Coalition Zajedno did not have any chance to know make any remarks on the election procedure." Picture of an arrested student; press c/a; DUR: 2.46 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/aeb80ba1d6629f959249d7f245dab461 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Greater Serbia: From Ideology to Aggression

Greater Serbia: From Ideology to Aggression

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  • Updated: 15 Jun 2009
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http://www.trepca.net/english/2006/serbian_memorandum_1986/greater_serbia_cik_serbian_academy_mem_1986.html http://www.trepca.net/english/2006/serbian_memorandum_1986/boycot_of_serbian_academics_by_igor_primoratz.html In this video, there are excerpts from the most important works of some very influential Serbian intellectuals (politicians, academic, writers) who lived and worked in various time periods but are tied together by a common thread, the creation of a Greater Serbia. Trying to hide their true motives from the eyes of the world with a series of historic and demographic falsifications, today's proponents of Greater Serbian ambitions are only continuing the promotion of an idea that has been smouldering with various degrees of intensity for over a century. Serbian neighbors have paid a heavy price as the followers of this evil ideology have tried to implement it over the past century. 1. Ilija Garasanin (1812-1874) was very active in Serbian public life in the 19th century. He held many government posts, including Minister of Internal Affairs, Foreign Minister and Prime Minister, under both King Alexander Karadjordjevic as well as King Milos Obrenovic. As one of the most prominent Serbian statesmen of the time, he was very influential in shaping Serbian politics and policies. 2. Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic (1787-1864) was a linguist and writer who wrote widely on linguistic subjects and problems, and published many grammar books and a dicitionary. He is rightfully considered the founder of modern Serbian language reform and Serbian culture in general. 3. Nikola Stojanovic - (1880-1964) was a politician and lawyer from Mostar. Before WW I he was very active in opposing the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. He was considered an expert on Bosnia Hercegovina and was an adviser for that region during the Peace Conference oh 1918-19. 4. Jovan Cvijic - 1865-1927 is considered the founder of modern geographic sciences in Serbia. 5. Vaso Cubrilovic (b. 1897) was a historian, teacher and politician. As a youth he was in the Young Bosnia political movement and was involved in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo. This assassination started WW I. After the war he was a high school teacher and professor in Belgrade. 6. Stevan Moljevic - (b. 1888) was a lawyer in Banja Luka before the war. In 1941 he fled to Montenegro and was an adviser to General Draza Mihajlovic. He released his memorandum on June 30th 1941 in Niksic, Montenegro 2 months before he joined the Chetnik National Committee as its executive counsel. 7. Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences - The Memorandum of the SANU released in 1986 is written in such a way that it acts as a call to arms for the Serbian people, and justifies any actions taken that will insure the security of "threatened" Serbia,
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Pres says Serbia will downgrade ties with countries recognizing independent Kosovo

Pres says Serbia will downgrade ties with countries recognizing independent Kosovo

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SHOTLIST 1. Exterior of Presidency building 2. Wide of Serbian flag 3. Boris Tadic, Serbian President walking onto stage for the press conference 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Boris Tadic, Serbian President: "I have talked in the past few days with the leaders from some European countries, and with some of the main players from all around the world, about the current situation in Kosovo Metohija. I was trying to appeal to all leaders to take into consideration, the position of Serbia, and the legal framework which is extremely important in terms of stability in our region and other countries around the world. From that reason, I have clarified that the position is Serbia is going to be a clear reaction. We are not going to make war, but we are going to analyse our bilateral relations with the countries that are going to recognise Kosovo as an independent country. In terms of regional countries, I am appealing to all leaders, to all countries to take into consideration the position of Serbia today. If they are not respecting the integrity and borders of Serbia, we will be altogether in a very difficult situation in the period ahead of us. For that reason I expect that all of them are going to be very careful in the period which is coming; a very sensitive and very dangerous period. Serbia is ready to negotiate about the future status of Kosovo. Serbia does not accept Kosovo independence. We are not negotiating about the solution of independence. We are ready to negotiate about a mutually acceptable solution. But at the same time we are defending our integrity, and we are defending our borders in a European way." 5. Cameraman 6. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Tadic, Serbian President: "Regarding our bilateral relations with countries that recognise Kosovo independence, those bilateral relations would not be of the quality that they are today. But if Serbia decides to pull its ambassadors from some countries, that doesn't mean Serbia is going to stop communicating with those countries or stop bilateral relations with those countries. In any case, Serbia has enough capacity, in such emergency situations, to defend its interests, even with countries that, God forbid, get into that adventure and break international law." 7. Cutaway to camera crew STORYLINE: Serbia's president said on Friday the country will downgrade, but not break, diplomatic relations with any government that recognises an independent Kosovo. "Bilateral ties most certainly would not be of the quality and level they are today," Boris Tadic said. "But, if Serbia decides to withdraw its ambassadors, it does not mean it would stop communicating with those countries or cut ties with those countries." It was the first time that one of Serbia's top leaders has stated categorically that Belgrade would retaliate against foreign governments that recognise Kosovo as a new nation. "We are not going to make war, but we are going to analyse our bilateral relationships with the countries that are going to recognise Kosovo as an independent country," Tadic added. He was speaking just hours after being sworn in as president following his election victory over ultra-nationalist rival Tomislav Nikolic. Also on Friday, Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica lashed out at Western nations that have backed Kosovo's independence bid. The increasingly heated rhetoric by Serbia's leaders in recent days appeared intended to increase pressure on foreign governments to deny recognition for Kosovo's independence proclamation which is expected within days. Although technically part of Serbia, the impoverished province of two (m) million people has been administered by the UN since a brief war in 1999. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/678865eeb10d743edc9fc93d7c1e3b2d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Karadzic lawyer; AP intv with Karadzic's friend, brother

Karadzic lawyer; AP intv with Karadzic's friend, brother

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1. Wide of exterior of the court 2. Pan right of police van driving away 3. Ex-Bosnian Serb warlord Radovan Karadzic's nephew Dragan Karadzic (first, tall man in black top), his brother Luka Karadzic (grey hair and moustache, holding documents), his other brother Ivan Karadzic (shorter, in suit) and his lawyer Svetozar Vujacic (in white trousers) going to the court 4. Wide exterior of court 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Svetozar Vujacic, Radovan Karadzic's Lawyer: (Question: "When will Karadzic be extradited to the Hague?") "Not before Wednesday in any case. However, I can tell you something exclusive. Bishop Amfilohije (Metropolitan Amfilohije Radovic of Montenegro and the Coastlands) visited Radovan yesterday. He blessed him and said he supports him. That's all and I will tell you everything else at the Serbian Radical Party press-conference at one o'clock." 6. Vujacic leaving 7. Wide of news conference with Svetozar Vujacic, Radovan Karadzic's Lawyer (left) Nemanja Sarovic Serbian Radical Party (mid) Luka Karadzic Radovan Karadzic's brother (right) 8. Cutaway of cameras 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Svetozar Vujacic, Radovan Karadzic's Lawyer: "As far as the appeal is concerned, I know it is what you are most interested in, but you have to understand that in the situation I am in - when the entire (state) logistic was concentrated on trying to locate my appeal - that I really can't tell you anything about it, and you have to understand me. If I had told the media yesterday my appeal would be lodged in a particular post office in Serbia, you can rest assured that appeal would have been dealt with and Radovan would most certainly be have been transported to The Hague. That is why I won't say anything about the appeal. Where and when and what I submitted, what I wrote and they can deal with it. What ever I did was done according to the law." 10. Cutaway of cameras 11. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Luka Karadzic, brother of Radovan Karadzic: "I would like to relay a message that I have from the last time I saw Radovan - that his goal in this moment is that, his family, my family, myself and the families of his friends get their lives back, as they are illegally terrorised and that they had nothing to do with anything here or, anywhere else." 12. Wide of exterior of a bar in Belgrade 13. Wide of interior of same bar 14. Close-up of books on shelf 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Maja Djelic, Journalist for "Healthy Life" Magazine: "I met him in the editor's office, the first time, of that magazine and we went to lessons, conferences together, and after that I met him a couple of times so he was quite... quite a good friend. He had many interests that we shared and we used to talk about alternative medicine and psychiatry for some time and he also wanted to know everything he could know about the energies in acupuncture and so on." 16. Close-up Djelic's hands 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Maja Djelic, Journalist for "Healthy Life" Magazine: "Right now, knowing that man, I just didn't want to lose him as a friend, if I can say it that way. I don't think he is the same person he was before. What psychiatrists say, you can never change your personality, but I think he changed really much. I think those years when he was hiding, he learnt much about himself, about his interests. I think what he did before doesn't have to do with his personality now, he is just a different person for me. I just also have a problem calling him by his real name, I just keep calling him Doctor Dabic." 18. Mid of Djelic during interview STORYLINE: The Karadzic defence team had until midnight Friday to lodge a formal appeal. Proof of postage is sufficient even if the appeal has not yet arrived. "He blessed him and said he supports him," Vujacic said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ecb499c4a6f7b4438a2607dce881b27 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A GOOD WIFE | Trailer

A GOOD WIFE | Trailer

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A Good Wife Serbia/Bosnia/Croatia 94 mins A dutiful woman is struck with the dilemma of a lifetime when she uncovers a devastating secret from her husband’s past. Middle-aged Milena (Mirjana Karanovic) is a devoted wife and mother living in Belgrade. Her contented existence is upended when she’s diagnosed with cancer and almost simultaneously discovers an old VHS tape that shows footage of her husband’s involvement in war crimes. Suddenly, she must face the twin realities of her cancer, and her husband’s secret. Karanovic not only plays the titular role, she also co-wrote the screenplay and takes the director’s chair for the first time. A human rights activist, Karanovic brings genuine warmth, insight and humour to the film, resulting in a subtle, intimate character study that’s both courageous and compassionate.
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SERBIA: VUK DRASKOVIC INJURED IN CAR CRASH

SERBIA: VUK DRASKOVIC INJURED IN CAR CRASH

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Eng/Serbo-Croat/Nat A top Serbian opposition leader, Vuk Draskovic, and his wife Danica were injured on Sunday and four of his aides were killed in a car crash in central Serbia. Draskovic, Serbia's veteran opposition leader and head of the Serbian Renewal Movement party, was travelling southwest of the capital Belgrade when one of their cars crashed into a truck. Draskovic's top aide and brother-in-law Veselin Boskovic was killed in the collision along with Draskovic's security adviser Zvonko Osmajlic and two body guards. The twisted remains of Vuk Draskovic's car 40 kilometres (25 miles) southwest of the capital Belgrade. The top Serbian opposition leader was travelling with his wife and a group of other prominent party members when one of their cars crashed into a truck. Four of his party died -- among them his brother-in-law and aide Veselin Boskovic. The other three who died were two bodyguards and Draskovic's security adviser Zvonko Osmajlic. A party spokesman expressed his shock. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The delegation of the party officials of the Serbian Renewal Movement had a terrible accident near Belgrade, meaning 50 to 60 kilometres from Belgrade. In a crash which took the lives of four party officials, among them the head of the Belgrade Direction for Reconstruction, Mister Veselin Boskovic." SUPER CAPTION: Milan Bozich, Serbian Renewal Movement party spokesman A lawyer for the party, Vora Voravic, claimed the crash was very suspicious. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) "In two cars which were hit by the truck and completely destroyed, everybody was killed on the spot except Vuk Draskovic, who remained unharmed and alive. Under very strange circumstances the truck suddenly swerved to the left hand side of the road, just 5 metres in front of the car which the late Boskovic drove and then smashed into the first and then the second car. The driver simply disappeared. The police and the investigative judge issued a warrant for the driver whose identity we don't know and we don't know who owns the truck." SUPER CAPTION: Vora Vorovic, Serbian Renewal Movement Lawyer The extent of the Draskovics' injuries were not said to be serious and he and his wife are reported to have left hospital and returned home. Belgrade's mayor said the incident was the last in a long line of suffering. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) "Belgrade has lost a lot. We have lost valuable people, we have lost friends. They will not be forgotten and their families will be taken care of." SUPER CAPTION: Spasoje Krunic, Mayor of Belgrade A police investigation into the accident is underway. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8e09c115261a23136b24a3a7ca94a1cf Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hundreds of Bosnian Serbs protest in Sokolac following arrest of Mladic

Hundreds of Bosnian Serbs protest in Sokolac following arrest of Mladic

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SHOTLIST 1. Mid of young men holding pictures of former Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic 2. Wide of protest, people holding Serbian flags and pictures of Mladic 3. Mid of people holding Serbian flags and pictures of Mladic 4. Mid of people holding Mladic pictures, holding three fingers to camera 5. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vladan Savcic, protester: "Boris Tadic should be ashamed for what he did to the Serb people. Ratko Mladic defended Serb people and if it wasn't for him we wouldn't be here." 6. Mid pan right of protest, people holding large Serbian flag and Mladic pictures 7. Wide of protest, people shouting Mladic's name and waving flags 8. Mid of protesters holding banner reading (Serbian) "Save Serbia and kill yourself Boris." 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Sladjam Pecnic, protester: "We gatherer here to voice our support for Ratko Mladic, to the embarrassment of Boris Tadic." 10. Close of man with banner of Mladic 11. Mid of young people holding Mladic pictures 12. Wide back shot of protesters STORYLINE Several hundreds of Bosnian Serbs gathered on Saturday in the Bosnian town of Sokolac, some 50 kilometres (31 miles) east of Sarajevo, part of a series of protests in Bosnia following the arrest of war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic. Mladic was arrested in Serbia on 26 May on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity stemming from a war crimes indictment issued by the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague in 1995. The charges include ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, the siege of Sarajevo and the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica when up to 8-thousand Bosnian Muslim men and boys were killed in just a few days. Protesters consider Serbian President Boris Tadic a traitor for ordering the capture of the Bosnian Serb general who perpetrated the Bosnian war's worst atrocities in his quest for the right of Bosnian Serbs to split from the rest of the country. "Boris Tadic should be ashamed for what he did to the Serb people. Ratko Mladic defended Serb people and if it wasn't for him we wouldn't be here," said Vladan Savcic, a protester holding a photograph of Mladic in military fatigues. A banner in cyrillic read "Save Serbia and kill yourself Boris." In Serbia, authorities have stepped up security ahead of a nationalist rally opposing the extradition of former Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic to face war crimes charges before an international court. Extreme right-wing groups urged their supporters, mostly soccer hooligans, to join Sunday's planned rally in front of parliament in downtown Belgrade. Organised by the ultranationalist Serbian Radical Party, the rally is seen as a test as to whether Mladic still enjoys popular support after 16 years as a fugitive. Mladic, 69-years-old is being held in a Serbian jail. He could be extradited as early as Monday, if a judge rejects his appeal of a decision to move him to The Hague. His lawyer repeated on Saturday Mladic's call against violence by his supporters, saying the protests should be peaceful. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6213f04a3900e54a567db1f56fd5cd83 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Miss Serbia 2010, Preparations in Tunisia part 1

Miss Serbia 2010, Preparations in Tunisia part 1

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Miss Serbia 2010, De Vinca Production, Vesna de Vinca Tunisair, SunLine travel, Pompea, Nebojsa Pilipovic Pilo, Bata Spasojevic designer, Marija Sabic designer, Bozana Ostojic, Ranko Rajovic MENSA Serbia, Jovanaka Atanackovic lawyer, Kristina Radulovic Vuckovic journalist, Miss Serbia 2009 Jelena Markovic, Dragan Coso photographer, Mladen Sekulic photographer, Dag Ulic photographer and many others Special thanks to: Tunisair (Farouk Benzina), SunLine travel agency, El Mouradi Hotels (Naim Ghannouchi)
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WRAP Bosnian Serbs protest Mladic's arrest by marching in Sarajevo ADDS Pale

WRAP Bosnian Serbs protest Mladic's arrest by marching in Sarajevo ADDS Pale

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SHOTLIST ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ Lukavica 1. Wide of protesters walking through streets of Lukavica, waving Serbian flags 2. Mid of protesters carrying pictures of Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic while shouting his name 3. Mid of residents watching protesters from balcony of their apartment 4. Wide of protesters marching through the streets, waving Serbian flags and shouting Mladic's name 5. Mid of protesters clapping and shouting Mladic's name 6. Mid of protesters waving Serbian flags marching through the streets 7. Wide rear shot of march Pale 8. Wide of protesters marching through town holding Serbian flags 9. Mid of protesters 10. Various of woman holding traditional Serb instrument, the Gusle, with pictures of Mladic and former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic 11. Mid of protesters holding banner reading (Serbian) "General, we support you" and "Tadic, you pig," in reference to Serbian President Boris Tadic 12. Close of protester holding dog with the word "Tadic" written on dog's body 13. Mid of dog running away 14. Various of protest march, protesters shouting pro-Mladic slogans 15. Mid of protesters, one wearing T-shirt with photo of Mladic 16. Wide of protesters marching through the town 17. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Mladen Mandic, protester: "We organised ourselves to show that we support General Ratko Mladic and his fight against the Hague tribunal. We are bitter because only one nation (Serb) is prosecuted for war crimes and today we are showing that everyone supports Ratko Mladic." 18. Wide of march through town centre STORYLINE Thousands of Bosnian Serbs took to the streets in towns close to the Bosnian capital Sarajevo on Friday to express their outrage at the arrest of their former commander, war crimes suspect General Ratko Mladic. Up to one thousand people took part in a protest march through the streets of Lukavica, a predominantly Serb suburb of Sarajevo, waving Serbian flags and chanting pro-Mladic slogans. In the Bosnian-Serb wartime stronghold of Pale near Sarajevo around two thousand people took to the streets, shouting insults at Serbian President Boris Tadic whom they blame for "betraying" Mladic. Many people in Pale consider Mladic a hero, who tried to protect them. Mladic was arrested on Thursday in the tiny northern Serbian village of Lazarevo, after 16 years on the run from international justice. He is accused, along with Radovan Karadzic, of orchestrating Serb atrocities during a brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing between 1992-95, including the deadly siege of Sarajevo and culminating in the genocide at Srebrenica which saw eight-thousand Muslim men and boys being slaughtered. A Belgrade court ruled on Friday that Mladic can be extradited to a UN tribunal on war crimes charges, despite defence claims he is too sick to face trial. A defence lawyer said Mladic would appeal against the decision on Monday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a26d51ffb468eaed38b8b2bb31dc2dfe Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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