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Best Serbian podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Serbian podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Flora Sandes was the only British woman officially to serve as a soldier in World War I. Initially a St. John Ambulance volunteer, she traveled to Serbia, where, in the confusion of war, she was formally enrolled in the Serbian army. While the Serbian Army was regrouping in Corfu, Ms. Sandes returned to England to recuperate and publish these memoirs.(Summary from Wikipedia)
 
I'm a giant piece of euro trash talking about growing up in the states with my Croatian mother and Serbian father and the nonsense that gets said and happens on a weekly basis. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eurotrash/support
 
Kosovo is a small country in Southeastern Europe which was part of the former Yugoslavia. In the late 1990s Kosovo suffered a war between Serbian forces and rebel Albanian fighters who wanted an independent state. Since then the country has been rebuilding itself. This podcast investigates the current political climate in Kosovo in regards to women’s positions in politics and everyday life. The gender quota system in the government and its implementation are explored, as well as other aspect ...
 
Arms and the Man is a comedy by George Bernard Shaw that takes place in 1885, during the Serbo-Bulgarian War. Raina Petkoff is engaged to the gallant Sergius Saranoff, hero of the recent Bulgarian victory over the Serbs. But she is distracted by the abrupt arrival of Captain Bluntschli, a Swiss mercenary who fought for the Serbian army. He takes refuge in her bedroom after the battle and although he is initially threatening, reveals that he carries chocolate creams instead of bullets. Will R ...
 
January 2018, Roan Shenoyy signed his progressive anthem "Tonight" on Return Recordings which is a label started by one of his classmates from Point Blank Music School, Nicolas Urrego. He brought on Serbian artist DUJAK to collaborate on "Wrong Number" which was previously supported by Hardwell & Dannic on their radio shows but this time the track sounded so much better and Hardwell decided to sign it on his record label, Revealed Recordings. This was a big achievement for Roan Shenoyy as th ...
 
Focusing on the defence industry, trends in military technology and the procurement programmes that get the kit into the hands of the warfighter.As well as a weekly news round-up of current events, Shephard Media’s team of international journalists and analysts take deep dives into defence issues, focusing on niche sectors of the market and look at where the trends are heading.If you work in the defence sector, have an interest in the development of defence technologies, or even if you are a ...
 
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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said the ‘terrorists’ fueling violence in Belgrade will be arrested and held accountable, after a fourth day of protests saw more tear gas and clashes with riot police. “I am proud of Serbia for enduring this,” Vucic said on Friday from Paris, where he was meeting with French and German leaders to discuss nego…
 
In this episode of The Weekly Defence podcast we discuss all the news from the Asia Pacific and we talk to a Romanian Air Force senior officer to learn more about the how the country has successfully carried out numerous UN-led peacekeeping missions. Newsround: (00:28) The UK is moving forward on the acquisition of eight Type 26 frigates, three yea…
 
A Green wave in France, the speaking styles of Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron, and Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić all feature in this week's podcast. POLITICO's Rym Momtaz in Paris explains what Green wins in local polls mean for Macron, while Matthew Karnitschnig gives us the perspective from Berlin on the Continent's Green shift in recent …
 
Dozens of US troops at two bases on the Japanese island of Okinawa have been confirmed infected with the coronavirus. Local authorities demand transparency from the Pentagon, and an adequate response to the massive outbreak. Rigorous contact tracing and isolation of those infected had so far allowed the island prefecture to keep the number of confi…
 
Massive crowds of people have packed one of the largest squares in Tel-Aviv on Saturday to decry how Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, handled the coronavirus pandemic and its harsh economic fallout. The rally at Rabin Square, which is a traditional protest spot in the city, was staged by self-employed, small business owners and students, who cla…
 
Tokyo might’ve said that Aegis Ashore missile systems were too expensive and dangerous to use, but it hasn’t given up on building the American defense package completely, an informed source has told Reuters. In July, Japanese defense minister Taro Kono announced that plans to install two Aegis Ashore sites had been cancelled. The systems were too p…
 
Amitabh Bachchan, a Bollywood megastar who is widely considered in India as the country’s greatest living actor, has been diagnosed with coronavirus and hospitalized. “I have tested Covid positive [and been] shifted to hospital,” Bachchan announced on Twitter to his 43.2 million followers. The 77-year-old said all his family members had since been …
 
North Korea has warned the UK will pay a price for its “despicable political scheme” to impose sanctions on its government ministries, and recommends London stops “blindly” following Washington’s lead. “The United Kingdom, a puppet of the United States, committed a provocation,” by imposing sanctions, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affa…
 
The American “maximum pressure” policy will not prevent Iran from boosting its fuel production capacities, a senior government official maintained, as he inaugurated a massive oil extraction project in the country’s southwest. “We will go ahead despite all these sanctions,” Iranian oil minister Bijan Zangeneh said on Saturday, speaking ahead of the…
 
Perhaps to the relief to his transatlantic allies, Donald Trump has said he doesn't want to lead the US out of NATO but he does want them to pay their "fair share" – a price that could be more than two percent of members' GDP. Trump dispelled speculation that he might consider quitting NATO while talking to the Washington Post's Marc Thiessen. He b…
 
"Saint Olga, renowned for her wisdom and sobriety, in her youth became the wife of Igor, Great Prince of Kiev, who ruled during the tenth century. After her husband's death, she herself ruled capably, and was finally moved to accept the Faith of Christ. She travelled to Constantinople to receive Holy Baptism. The Emperor, seeing her outward beauty …
 
A Russian UN Security Council resolution on Syrian-Turkish border crossings has been rejected, after Moscow and Beijing vetoed a draft by Western members who sought to reopen the checkpoints outside of government control. The international body, working in an online format due to the coronavirus pandemic, rejected the Russian proposal with four vot…
 
Ep 134 WiFi Mesh — SBB Apple honors eight developers with annual Apple Design Awards — Apple Apple Pay u Srbiji: Mastercard i VISA About limits when using Apple Pay in stores — Apple Support Apple greatly expands iPhone repair services across the US and to businesses in Europe and Canada — Mac Daily News Microsoft Store announces new approach to re…
 
The US State Department is “disappointed” by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s decision to reopen Istanbul’s historic Hagia Sophia as a mosque. Erdogan’s decision has been roundly criticized ahead of the move. The Islamic call to prayer will ring out from the sixth-century Hagia Sophia again on July 24, Erdogan announced on Friday, after he …
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich convene to ask the tough questions, like, do people call players from Philly junkyard dogs because they’re not any good? The guys discuss that and Overseas Elite being just good enough to win its first game, why names don’t matter in this tournament, Andrew Dakich’s biggest takeaways from TBT and living in the bubble a…
 
Women’s-rights activists took to the streets in Paris and other cities in France to decry the appointment of Gerald Darmanin as interior minister. Darmanin is subject to an ongoing rape investigation. Dozens of activists bearing signs condemning Darmanin and rape culture in general greeted the new interior minister as he arrived in Dijon early on F…
 
In an effort to combat the monitoring of people’s activities without their knowledge, Google is changing its policies to prohibit the advertising of spyware products. The spy-happy tech giant evidently failed to grasp the irony... In a published update, Google said its new policy includes any technology used for “intimate partner surveillance,” inc…
 
French police have torn down a migrant camp in Calais, arrested 20 people and sent over 500 residents of the makeshift shelters to reception centers. It was the first operation of its kind in months. The operation began at 5am at the Dunes industrial area of Calais, and “took place in peace,” the prefecture of Pas-de-Calais said in a statement, alt…
 
The governor of Tehran province dispelled speculation of explosions that reportedly rocked the neighboring cities of Qods and Garmdareh, adding to a growing mystery over incidents that have hit Iran’s key sites in recent weeks. Rumors that a series of blasts had occurred in the outskirts of Tehran and the nearby cities of Garmdareh and Qods have be…
 
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has signed a decree opening the world-famous Hagia Sophia as a mosque, after a court ruled that its conversion to a museum in the 1930s was unlawful. The court ruled on Friday that the 1934 decree converting the ancient Byzantine cathedral into a museum was not lawful. Immediately after the ruling, Erdogan sha…
 
The Notre Dame spire in Paris will be rebuilt to its original Gothic design with no modern updates after it was destroyed in a massive fire last April, French President Emmanuel Macron has confirmed. FILE PHOTO © Reuters / Charles Platiau The national heritage and architectural commission in charge of the restoration approved plans to restore it to…
 
French President Emmanuel Macron has called on Israel to abandon its plans to annex Palestinian territories in the West Bank, describing the move as a violation of international law and damaging to regional peace. In a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Macron warned that Israel’s stated intention of absorbing the territ…
 
Law enforcement officers in the German state of Hesse have become the target of an inquiry, after a police computer was used to search for the personal data of a left-wing politician who later received threatening emails. Peter Beuth, the interior minister for the state of Hesse, disclosed on Thursday that he was launching an investigation after a …
 
Pyongyang would gain nothing by setting up a third US-North Korea summit as Washington is only trying to buy time and "calm us down," Kim Yo-jong has said after top American officials signaled an openness to talks. North Korea has "nothing to gain from a negotiation with the US, and we do not even harbor any expectation about it," Kim Yo-jong, the …
 
Park Geun-hye, the first woman to have become president of South Korea, has been sentenced to 20 years behind bars and a hefty fine for taking bribes and illegally using the government’s off-the-book funds. Friday's verdict by the Seoul High Court wraps up a years-long trial of Park Geun-hye, who was impeached on the back of massive corruption alle…
 
During a persecution of Christians in the reign of the Emperor Licinius, Leontius and several of his companions came before the Imperial governor in Nikopolis of Armenia, and declared themselves as Christians. They were whipped and thrown into prison, where they were given no food or drink; but a Christian noblewoman secretly brought them water, an…
 
A series of explosions have rocked the outskirts of the Iranian capital Tehran, as well as the cities of Garmdareh and Quds, Iranian media reported amid speculation that missile depots were the intended target. Citing social media, official news agency IRIB reported an explosion in western Tehran in the early hours of Friday local time. More explos…
 
Jeanine Anez, who has been Bolivia's acting president since the 2019 coup that ousted Evo Morales, confirmed that she has tested positive for the coronavirus. The revelation comes two days after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he had been infected with Covid-2019. Anez said in a tweet that she was fine and would continue working i…
 
A new study into the blaze that ruined Paris’ iconic Notre Dame cathedral claims that much higher quantities of lead were released into the air than previously thought. Researchers studied soil samples in the wake of the fire. A fire broke out at the 700-year-old cathedral on April 15, 2019 as it underwent maintenance works, and it rapidly grew int…
 
Four years after it bamboozled the world with its augmented-reality gameplay, ‘Pokemon Go’ is still attracting billions of dollars’ worth of in-game spending. The free-to-play app, based on the best-selling original video game title and corresponding film and television series, was met with widespread acclaim upon its release four years ago, and bo…
 
The Chinese embassy in Kazakhstan has warned its citizens in the Central Asian country to exercise caution amid a large outbreak of viral pneumonia, which appears to be deadlier than the new coronavirus. Between Covid-19 and the pneumonia outbreak, the diplomats described the health situation in Kazakhstan as “very grim.” Since the start of the yea…
 
Emmanuel Macron's reshuffle, Angela Merkel's Brussels trip and Europe's approach to China all feature in this week's episode, as well as an interview with the EU's first chief prosecutor.POLITICO's France Correspondent Rym Momtaz analyzes Macron's government rejig and explains why it has been met with more shrugs than smiles. The podcast crew discu…
 
The Serbian government has ruled against imposing a new lockdown in Belgrade but has banned public gatherings of more than 10 people following two days of violent protests. The decision to refrain from another lockdown, such as the one that was in force in the Serbian capital during March and April, was made after “a very long session” of the gover…
 
Quibi, the short-form streaming platform billed as the next big thing in online media, lost a whopping 92 percent of users who signed up for a free three-month trial, according to newly released data. The platform – which takes its name from its primary offering of ‘quick’ and ‘bite-sized’ short-form videos – launched in April this year and was her…
 
Violent clashes that rocked Belgrade and other cities this week were “carefully prepared,” and are aimed at seizing power and igniting a civil war in Serbia, the Balkan country’s defense minister has alleged. What started as a demonstration against the government-planned curfew over the coronavirus eventually got out of hand and snowballed into mas…
 
A military truck transporting unexploded munitions, from the site of a blast at a fireworks factory in Turkey last week, exploded itself on Thursday, killing three people and injuring six others. The fireworks and unexploded munitions were being transported to a quarry to be destroyed, but when the truck reached its destination some of the firework…
 
While “clanking” about rejecting foreign interference, Australia is meddling in China’s affairs itself by halting an extradition treaty with Hong Kong and offering its residents a safe haven, Beijing’s embassy stated. Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s government announced earlier on Thursday that it will grant Hongkongers a five-year visa extension a…
 
Vikas Dubey, a notorious gangster behind a string of murders, kidnappings, and extortions, was arrested by Madhya Pradesh Police after massacring 8 cops in an ambush and spending days on the run. Dubey was apprehended after visiting a temple in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. A shopkeeper happened to recognize the most-wanted man – who was peacefully b…
 
He was born in Antioch during the years that Christ walked in the flesh in Palestine. His parents, hearing of Christ's miracles and teaching, journeyed to Jerusalem, bringing their young son Pancratius. There all three of them saw and listened to Jesus Himself, and met the disciple Peter as well. After the Ascension, Pancratius and his parents were…
 
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