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  Serbia Info News / New managing board of NIS in a month
All NIS branches are presently managed by acting directors.
Former NIS general manager Milan Djakovic, president of the NIS managing board Zivko Soklovacki and manager of "NIS Jugopetrol" Dragan Tomic are among the suspects.
NIS should invest in new equipment, including closed circuit cameras connected to the police.
www.serbia-info.com /news/2001-09/14/25461.html   (484 words)

  
 Mediana Serbia
It was the capital of the Serbia at that time...
The ancient Roman town Nais, present-day Nis, was an important frontier fortress of the Roman Empire.
Serbia Calling Cards are an easy and economical way to make all of your international and...
www.freeserbia.org /mediana-serbia.html   (253 words)

  
 Trial of Flora Brovina
TRIAL IN NIS - 9 of December '99
On this trial on 9th of December 1999, in Nis, Serbia, Flora Brovina, Albanian poet and medical doctor from Pristina, Kosovo, was sentenced to 12 years of inprisonment by serbian authorities for "organizing the enemy and terrorist acts in the period of Martial law".
I was in a state of "fl shame," as Ana Ahmatova says, because each one of us could have been on her place.
www.womeninblack.net /stats/brovina2.html   (774 words)

  
 History of the name "Macedonia"
There were a few other tribes of Timocani, Abodrini, and Moravjani, which inhabited the south part of the present day Serbia and later they were incorporated to the Serbia Nation.
After the demise of the Ottoman Turkey the terms of the Treaty of Bucharest of 1913 Greece was awarded the south geographical part of Macedonia, Serbia the north geographical part, and Bulgaria was awarded a small northeastern geographical part of Macedonia.
The Serbs called their part South Serbia and later Vardarska Banovina, which included the whole territory of the FYROM, Kosovo and part of present-day south-eastern Serbia.
www.greece.org /themis/macedonia/historengl.htm   (5021 words)

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