Serbia: Radio show on Mali, music and freedom

28 February 2013

Bojan Djordjevic’s radio show ‘Disco 3000’ on Radio B92 in Belgrade, Serbia, is broadcasted every Sunday from 21:00 to 22:00, and can also be listened to on the internet as a live stream. The topic this year, on Sunday 3 March, tells Bojan Djordjevic, “is obviously: Mali, music and freedom.” …

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Serbia: Row over art exhibition depicting Jesus

8 October 2012

Serbia’s prime minister said an art exhibition by the Swedish artist Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin featuring controversial images of Jesus was a ‘provocation’ that contributed to a ban on Belgrade’s gay parade. The Serbian Interior Ministry banned a pride parade in Belgrade for security reasons for the second year running, after …

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Serbia: Religious attack on Balkan orchestra

15 June 2006

Ten Muslim extremists donning long beards, short pants and white hats broke up a concert in Novi Pazar, reports Belgrade radio B92 on 5 June 2006 The Balkanika Orchestra was about to enter stage for a concert organised by the Novi Pazar municipality and the Serbia Culture and Sport Ministry …

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