World Sister Cities Day

ST. PETERSBURG – On May 6th, St Petersburg will unveil a memorial to the Soviet children who lost their lives during World War II. On the battlefronts, numerous children got killed in the battles, in the ranks of the anti-Nazi resistance movement, in Nazi death camps and in the 900-day Nazi siege of Leningrad between … Read more

Serbian Priest Accused For Sexual Abuse Of Minors

BELGRADE – After various media started reporting about Serbian priest in Bosnia has allegedly abused minors, and even some of them got killed in the attempt to hide it, Serbia was deeply shaken. This was not the first time an Orthodox Church Priest gets accused for such a vicious crime. Bishop Vasilije Kacavenda, or episkop zvorničko-tuzlanski, which is … Read more

Study: GMO corn contains chlorides, formaldehyde and glyphosate

An anti-GMO website has posted the results of an education-based consulting company’s comparison of corn types, and the results reveal that genetically modified foods may be more hazardous than once thought. The study, the 2012 Corn Comparison Report by Profit Pro, was published recently on the website for Moms Across America March to Label GMOs, … Read more

Bosnian MFA condemns burning of Serbian flags

SARAJEVO – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday condemned in the strongest terms the burning of two national flags of Serbia as an inappropriate act of vandalism and an attempt to desecrate the state symbols of a sovereign and friendly country. In response to a protest note from the Serbian … Read more

5 Reasons Why I See James Richman Expanding His Investments in Dubai

Located in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is a large city known for its beautiful architecture and nightlife. For private investors like Latvian-born James Richman, however, there is more to it than its breathtaking sights and lively vibe. The stock market in Dubai can bring many opportunities and benefits to its investors. Those who invest … Read more