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By kreuzberger
Had a side-hustle web client until recently when the business was sold and we lost out. The marketing manager was an agency's dream but we nicknamed her Slobodan and read all her emails in a thick Balkan accent.

Ran in to her in a corset (her not me), just before lockdown coming out of neighbouring cubicles in the bogs in Kit Kat. "Speeque. And. I cut you." was the parting gift.
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By Spoonman
Game, set and match to the Australian Federal Government...

Novak Djokovic: Tennis star deported after losing Australia visa battle

Novak Djokovic has been deported from Australia after losing a last-ditch court bid to stay in the country.

Judges rejected a challenge by the unvaccinated tennis star after the government cancelled his visa on "health and good order" grounds.

Djokovic said he was "extremely disappointed" but accepted the ruling. He has left on a flight to Dubai.

It marks the end of a 10-day saga, in which the Serb fought to stay to defend his title in the Australian Open.

Djokovic become the first ever tennis player to lose a Grand Slam title after missing two shots.
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By Spoonman
Only noticed this report from a few days ago today, basically Putin has shat on Serb nationalists from a great height by giving implied recognition to Kosovan independence! :lol:

“Putin stabbed a knife into Serbia’s back”: Tabloids turn against Russian President for the first time

BELGRADE – Today’s editions of the leading pro-government tabloids in Serbia published front pages with highly critical headlines about Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time since the war in Ukraine began.

The headlines are a reaction to the statement of the Russian President on 26 April that the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics have the same right to decide on their sovereignty without the permission of the central government as does Kosovo.

“Putin stabbed a knife into Serbia’s back: He traded Kosovo for Donbas” is the biggest headline on the front page of today’s Srpski telegraf.

Other tabloids also published negative reactions to the statement: “We pay the price for the global conflict: Putin plays the Kosovo card” (Informer), “Celebration in Pristina, Zagreb and Sarajevo after Putin’s statement” (Alo), “The bare interest: Putin protects the interests of Russia… without taking into account Serbia’s position over Kosovo” (Kurir).
https://europeanwesternbalkans.com/2022 ... irst-time/
By Bones McCoy
I've always had a soft spot for the Orthodox church (or at least, its followers who I met).
They seem to combine some weirdy oldy magic with a healthy nod and a wink to laissez faire (except on Sundays).

Having said that, the church establishments often have a bad history of allying with the absolute worst political elements in their countries.
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