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  • Maybe this is all that will ever happen to me 16.06.2011 Novi magazin 7

    Maybe this is all that will ever happen to me

    An American writer, born in Belgrade, Tea Obreht (Barjaktarević), is the winner of this year’s prestige British literary award Orange for her first novel “The Tiger’s wife”. More

  • The age of the big market 16.06.2011 Novi magazin 7

    The age of the big market

    In the last couple of year I have been, several times, in a situation to answer the question of the state of the Serbian media scene. When faced with the same question you, of course, think up a formula in which you vary your answers. My formula had two, so to speak, critical definitions. More

  • Drug lords from Serbia have taken over the European market 16.06.2011 New magazine 7

    Drug lords from Serbia have taken over the European market

    Balkan criminals sold cocaine even to the Italian mafia, and in Brazil they are known as the most organized army. The New Magazine team investigated just how warriors and petty criminals became to be drug lords and what are the roads by which they ship the drugs from South America to Europe. More

  • Once a cow was enough to make an album, today it can hardly cover a song 09.06.2011 Novi magazin 6

    Once a cow was enough to make an album, today it can hardly cover a song

    How much are the Serbian singers making, is it all glitter and glitz or is it just a farce and an act for the people? Anka Milosevic tried to uncover just how much money there is on the music market, who is making it and has the world economy crisis “messed up the business” for domestic singers. More

  • Unimportant lives 09.06.2011 Novi magazin 6

    Unimportant lives

    It is terribly ungrateful to defend a profession from those that are eating it up from the inside. From people who are formally your colleagues. Those who should provide for their families with the same skills that you live on…And where is it more disastrous: the health department, the police, judicial system, culture, journalism…? More

  • The public companies are robbing the citizens 09.06.2011 Novi magazin 6

    The public companies are robbing the citizens

    Instead of selling them when there were interested buyers and putting the cash into its pockets, the government “stuck” a price to them and kept the ownership in the public companies and now it has to cover millions (of euros) in loses and give back their loans; Misa Brkic investigated whether there was there a better solution for Galenika, Jat and Belgrade Fair from the current More

  • Our little Hitlers 09.06.2011 Novi magazin 6

    Our little Hitlers

    Neo-Nazi and clero-fascistic organizations are working in Serbia without any disturbance, praising Hitler, war crimes and persecuting the minorities. Đorđe Odavic investigated just how is it possible that the National order, which was banned last week, is continuing to act as an association of citizens, and the Serbian National Movement “Ours 1389” is going into politics. More

  • The Roma rhythm of the Balkans 02.06.2011 Novi magazin 5

    The Roma rhythm of the Balkans

    Combining hip-hop, dance and pop with the traditional Roma music, a group of young Romas, in cooperation with worldly renowned names from the fields of directing, lighting, choreography and music, created a unique musical Gipsy Roma Balkan Beats - GRUBB. Anka Milosevic spoke with the participants of this spectacle, which is trying to break the prejudices on Romas. More

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