Blondie – Panic Of Girls (2011)

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blondie_panic_of_girlsBlondie – Panic Of Girls
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 42:36 min | 93,5 MB
Pop-Rock, New Wave | Eleven Seven 27 May 2011

Tracklist:

  1. D-Day
  2. What I Heard
  3. Mother
  4. The End The End
  5. Girlie Girlie
  6. Love Doesn’t Frighten Me
  7. Words In My Mouth
  8. Sunday Smile
  9. Wipe Off My Sweat
  10. Le Bleu
  11. China Shoes

Download link

http://www.wupload.com/file/4102482/Blondie_-_Panic_Of_Girls.rar

Key dates and events in the Bosnia war

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Timeline: War in Bosnia

BIRN team

1990:
For the first time after the Second World War, multy-party elections are held in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Polls are won by the ethnic-based parties. The mainly Bosniak Stranka Demokratske Akcije, SDA, wins 86 seats in the assembly. The Srpska Demokratka Stranka, SDS, wins 72 and the Hrvatska Demokratska Zajednica, HDZ, wins 44. Parties agree to share power along ethnic lines, so that the president of the presidency is a Bosniak, the president of parliament a Serb and the prime minister a Croat.

June 1991:
Slovenia and Croatia declare independence. The nexy day, the Yugoslav People’s Army, JNA, engages in armed conflict in Slovenia. War spreads to Croatia.

Autumn 1991:
On September 25, UN Security Council passes resolution 713 imposing an arms embargo on all of former Yugoslavia. Bosnia and Herzegovina organizes referendum on independence. The JNA begins to withdraw from Croatia toward Bosnia. Working with JNA, the SDS in Bosnia starts arming Bosnian Serb population. Continue reading

Mladić bi mogao da svedoči o učešću SRJ u genocidu u Srebrenici

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Vojin Dimitrijević, direktor Beogradskog centra za ljudska prava
Mladić bi mogao da svedoči o učešću SRJ u genocidu u Srebrenici
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AUTOR: SNEŽANA ČONGRADIN
Beograd – Najšire javno mnjenje u Srbiji je formirano od 1987. do 2000. godine pod uticajem nacionalističke elite, koja je prigrlila Slobodana Miloševića, kao i žestoke propagande koja je dominirala u skoro svim medijima u istom razdoblju. Taj uticaj još traje.
Predstavu o Haškom tribunalu kao antisrpskom političkom sudu teško je razbiti, tako da praktični političari, uključujući i one koji su sada na vlasti, moraju da pribegavaju pragmatičnim trikovima. Kako većina stanovnika želi da se priključi EU iz veoma praktičnih razloga, koji možda nisu ni osnovani, saradnja s Hagom može da „prođe“ samo ako je to cena pristupanja Uniji i sredstvima koje ono donosi – ocenjuje u intervjuu za Danas Vojin Dimitrijević, direktor Beogradskog centra za ljudska prava.

Da li to znači da su primedbe o hapšenju Mladića samo zbog napretka Srbije u procesu evropskih integracija, osnovane? I kakva se poruka onda šalje žrtvama, kao i javnosti uopšte? Continue reading

Hajde, Darija, pohvali se

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No Exit

“No Exit”, an interactive installation by Darija S. Radaković, is facing a visitor with something seemingly ordinary. In front of him is a square space bound by doors which can be entered from any side. The space is actually a cube with built-in niches that looks the same from any direction. All you need to do is to enter any of these four niches and open the first door in front of you.

Once inside, the visitor, which is now a participant and the subject of an experiment, has only two options: to go back the same way he entered, or to go further investigating this claustrophobic space; deeper in a trap.
The walls are placed perpendicularly so while he’s opening the next door one exit closes and he feels more and more imprisoned in this miniature labyrinth. Wherever he goes, he’s in front of another door – behind those there is another door – finally he’s trapped just like a bug in a match-box.
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Five stories from The Voice Imitator Thomas Bernhard

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Pisa and Venice

The mayors of Pisa and Venice had agreed to scandalize visitors to their cities, who had for centuries been equally charmed by Venice and Pisa, by secretly and overnight having the tower of Pisa moved to Venice and the campanile of Venice moved to Pisa and set up there. They could not, however, keep their plan a secret, and on the very night on which they were going to have the tower of Pisa moved to Venice and the campanile of Venice moved to Pisa they were committed to the lunatic asylum, the mayor of Pisa in the nature of things to the lunatic asylum in Venice and the mayor of Venice to the lunatic asylum in Pisa. The Italian authorities were able handle the affair in complete confidentiality.

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