Category: Health

  • One stop Center

    One Stop Center Presevo, exudes in hope and dust coming from thousands of kilometers walked upon. Tired, visibly exhausted and confused people after all the troubles they’ve experienced during their quest for better life, wait in the line to be registered. They await their green light to proceed further into the unknown, holding onto belief […]

  • First Belgrade cannabis Social Club

    Association of citizens “The initiative to change the cannabis legislation” (IRKA) is the first official association advocating cannabis legalization in Serbia and it gathers citizens from all over the country. IRKA is formed out of cancer patients, their family members and all the citizens who want to help them achieve the ability to legally obtain and […]

  • Cyclone Tamara part 6

    Obrenovac, a city that was most damaged in the flood. Kolubara River was fatal to the city. The damage is huge! The city and its inhabitants now faces a long and painful recovery.

  • Cyclone Tamara

    As of Tuesday, May 13, Serbia is under the influence of the cyclone Tamara, who will be remembered as the most rainy cyclone since meteorological measurements are made in Serbia. We are witnessing the unprecedented floods that have ravaged everything. Some parts of the country are isolated, some have no electricity, some parts have problem […]

  • Viminacium excursion

    Viminacium (1st century), October 2013.- On travel assignment for The Constitutional Court of Serbia I observed one of the most important archaeological localities and witness of Roman days in Serbia.

  • Something in the air, by Marko Rupena

    Economic situation and hot weather for this period of the year are two factors that can make people not to feel very well these days. Elections are comming but people mainly think that things will not change. But again, the weather will. Belgrade, 22.03.2012.

  • Temperature rising, by Marko Rupena

    Woman fell asleep in a public bus. After long and cold winter days, temperature started to rise. People became very sleepy. Belgrade, 25.02.2012.