Along with the Bijelo Polje literary prize “Risto Ratkovic,” Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has won another form of recognition. Namely, Karadzic was awarded the highest Order of St. Dionysius on Pale on Tuesday. The state news agency Tanjug said that the Bosnian Serb leader received this 900-year-old high order of the Greek Orthodox Church […]

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