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Split

What was good

Krka National Park. The water isn’t quite as radiant as Plitvice up the road, but the waterfalls are far more spectacular. Entry includes a boat trip along the Krka River towards the Skradinski Buk falls, one of Croatia’s most iconic landmarks. 203 more words

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Chance Encounters

Back in April or May of this year, I received an email through my website.  It was from a photographer in Novi Sad, Serbia.  My partner thought it was a scam, but the email invited me to come and visit the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. 467 more words

Art

protracted people’s war as a strategy for the imperialist countries

READINGS #1    Documentary material on radical themes & occurrences

For some years now there have been efforts by some parties and organizations around the world, to try to resurrect or re-establish a new international Maoist organization that differ from the broader membership of existent groups like… 680 more words

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Hvar

What was good

Swimming. The coastline of this little Dalmatian island is lined with rocky bays, pebbly beaches and glassy water — the first ocean we’d swum in since leaving Sydney. 213 more words

Yugoslavia

"Good" Bombing: NATO Op Against Yugoslavia Was a War Crime – Lawyer

By Ekaterina Blinova – Sputnik – 10.10.2018

Jens Stoltenberg’s claim that NATO “protected” Yugoslavia from the government of Slobodan Milosevic is nothing but propaganda, Christopher C.

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Bombing to protect? RT documentary looks at reality of NATO’s attack on Yugoslavia

RT | October 8, 2018

NATO’s Secretary General has boldly defended the alliance’s 1999 bombing of former Yugoslavia as an act of humanitarianism, despite the dubious motives and devastating aftermath.

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Dubrovnik

What was good

The immaculately well preserved old town, surrounded by towering city walls. For all its mass tourism, over-priced slices of pizza, and guided tours clogging tiny cobblestoned streets, Dubrovnik is worth a visit for the scenery alone. 255 more words

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