Tovariš Mile – OKIDAČ IZ RUSKOG

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Malo je poznato da je Lemi, veliki “vožd” malog naroda koji voli da bratimlji srpski i ruski puk, naravno za svoj groš a za čiji bi drugi, u drugom razredu srednje poljoprivredne škole u Banjoj Luci pao na godinu i to baš iz ruskog jezika i književnosti kod profesora Luke!

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The Guardian: Coincidence or corruption? The case of Serbia's bouncing lottery ball 21

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Serbian viewers cry foul after one of the numbers in the lottery’s winning combination appears on TV screens before it was actually drawn

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Serbian viewers cry foul after one of the numbers in thelottery’s winning combination ..

The head of Serbia’s national lottery has resigned after a television graphic during this week’s draw appeared to predict a winning number.

The incident triggered outrage and dominated front-pages in the Balkan country, where Serbs had hoped the lottery was above the corruption that permeates much of national life.

Police said they have questioned six people during an investigation into whether the winning combination had been set up in advance.

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U poseti LOTO milioneru: “Ovo je moja sretna olovka”

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‘Lutriju Srbije vodi amaterska ekipa’

Vezano uz ove teške optužbe, kontaktirali smo Arsena Dobrotu, direktora prozvane tvrtke Nirvana sa sjedištem u Zagrebu.

‘Mi proizvodiomo softvere za lutriju za cijelu regiju, ali Lutriju Srbije vodi amaterska ekipa koja ovaj skandal želi iskoristiti da oblati mene i moju tvrtku zato što neovlašteno koriste moj softver, a zbog čega protiv njih podižem tužbu’, kazao je Dobrota za N1

‘Naš softver koristi se na serverima, ali ne na televizijskim ekranima. Televizijski softver radi netko drugi’, dodao je.

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Syria: A Chronology of How the Civil War May End | Stratfor

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Analysis

 

Editor’s Note: The conflict in Syria is entering a critical phase. Turkey has at long last entered the fight, conducting airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria — and capitalizing on the opportunity to attack Kurdistan Workers’ Party militants in northern Iraq. Turkey’s newfound vigor is fueled by a convergence of U.S. and Turkish interests in the region, evidenced by the July 23 agreement between Ankara and Washington to allow U.S. forces to use Incirlik Air Base. There is a shared interest in combating the Islamic State, and both countries want to see a diplomatic resolution to the Syrian conflict that would end the fighting and remove Syrian President Bashar al Assad from power. Al Assad’s frank July 26 comments about the level of fatigue in the Syrian army, combined with the continued success of Syrian rebel groups and the prospect of Turkey’s increased participation, could indicate that the al Assad regime itself is considering its options. Continue reading