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The Virginia trial of a former Bosnia prison guard charged with naturalization fraud will include videoconference testimony from two witnesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina. U.S. District Judge James Turk ruled this week that the two-way videoconference...
Tags: Prosecution, Naturalization, Prisons
24 FramesSeveral days after Angelina Jolie was sued by an author claiming she illegally took his idea for her film about the Balkan war, Jolie responded Tuesday that she's never even read the man's book....
24 FramesAngelina Jolie, who directed Bosnian film in the Land of Blood and Honey, addresses whether she'd direct again...
Company TownMartin Cuff, who has run film commissions from Colorado to Cape Town, South Africa, and built up film programs in Bosnia, Turkey and Serbia, was recently tapped to be executive director of the Association of Film Commissioners International, which hosts...
World NowTwenty years ago, the Bosnian war began with the siege of Sarajevo, which over the next 46 months became the longest siege of a city in modern history. Serb nationalists attacked after the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina declared itself...
Watching "Rick Steves' Europe" with my friends, I always wish I could take them behind the scenes to show them the "glamour" of filming. It takes six days to film a 30-minute television episode, and it is an exhilarating and exhausting scramble from start...
Films from Georgia and Argentina kick off the 2011 Global Lens film series this weekend at the Capitol Theatre. Street Days, the film from Georgia, will be screened Friday and Sunday. The Invisible Eye, from Argentina, runs Saturday and Monday....
The Global Lens films being shown this weekend explore the political oppression of Iran through a dreamlike world and the aftermath and desolation of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The White Meadows, the film from Iran, runs Friday and Sunday at the...
Tags: Television Industry, Iran, Movies
Associated PressA man opened fire with an automatic weapon outside the U.S. Embassy in Bosnia on Friday, and authorities said he was targeting the building in a terrorist attack. The man injured at least one police officer guarding the embassy before police surrounded...
Retired Army Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, who became the first foreign-born chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and guided military and humanitarian efforts in the post-Cold War era of the 1990s, has died. He was 75. Shalikashvili died Saturday...
Rachel Weisz, 41, digs into intense territory in her latest film, "The Whistleblower," opening Friday. Weisz, who recently married James Bond, a.k.a. Daniel Craig, plays the real-life Kathryn Bolkovac, a U.N. police monitor in Bosnia who exposes a sex...
ReutersA Washington state man accused of being a Bosnian army hit squad member has agreed to return to Bosnia-Herzegovina to face charges he participated in war crimes there 18 years ago. Edin Dzeko, a 39-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen who moved to the...
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