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Kosovo

and Herzegovina , Serbia Proper, Montenegro, Kosovo and Metohija (Kosovo), Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) and Bulgaria. His other prominent folk-based works include ''Primorski napjevi'' (Coastland tunes), and ''Kozar''. Jacobs was part of the Ad Hoc Committee To Stop Canada's Participation In The War On Yugoslavia in 1999, opposing NATO's bombing campaign in Kosovo. He described the campaign as a violation of international law (''Toronto Star'', 29 April 1999


Montenegro

, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) and Bulgaria. His other prominent folk-based works include ''Primorski napjevi'' (Coastland tunes), and ''Kozar''. The '''Battle of Mojkovac''' (Montenegrin (Montenegrin language): Бој на Мојковцу, ''Boj na Mojkovcu'') was a famous World War I battle fought between 6 January and 7 January 1916 near Mojkovac, Montenegro, between the armies of Austria-Hungary and Montenegro (Kingdom of Montenegro). It ended with a Montenegrins Montenegrin


Republic of Macedonia

, Montenegro, Kosovo and Metohija (Kosovo), Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) and Bulgaria. His other prominent folk-based works include ''Primorski napjevi'' (Coastland tunes), and ''Kozar''. , ''Rabotnička partija'') is a political party in the Republic of Macedonia. In the 1998 parliamentary elections, the RP had presented a list with 35 candidates, headed


Bosnia and Herzegovina

, Kosovo and Metohija (Kosovo), Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) and Bulgaria. His other prominent folk-based works include ''Primorski napjevi'' (Coastland tunes), and ''Kozar''. thumb right 300px A village kafana in Borač, Serbia (Image:Etno kafana u Boracu.jpg). '''Kafana''' (Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, ) are terms used


Romania

Culturală Noesis''''') is a Romanian organization that produces and markets CD-ROM-based works pertaining to Romanian culture and thought. They are based in Bucharest, Romania. "Noesis" is an Ancient Greek word for "thought". However, British agent Roger Wilson (Roger Wilson (agent)), under his cover identity of Romanian press secretary Ljubo Kolchev, noticed when the wires were rerouted to another listening position. He became a regular customer of ''Salon Kitty'', with a regular girl, and later arranged a wiretap to three cables. Now British intelligence (intelligence (information gathering)) heard some of the same conversations SD did. Wilson was later captured and sent to a POW camp. 2006 Borat lawsuit In 2006, Fagan initiated legal proceedings, suing the makers of the film ''Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan'' for $30 million damages, on behalf of two inhabitants of the Romanian village of Glod, Dâmbovita (Moroeni) for human rights violations. He plans to submit lawsuits in New York and Florida state courts, as well as in Frankfurt, Germany. Pancevski, Bojan (November 20, 2006). "Villagers to sue 'Borat'". ''LA Times''. Retrieved on October 15, 2009. Fagan said that he hoped to "teach Hollywood a very expensive lesson." The lawsuit was thrown out by U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska in a hearing in early December 2006 on the grounds that the charges were too vague to stand up in court. Fagan plans to refile. Associated Press (December 5, 2006). "NYC Judge Questions Viability Of Villagers' 'Borat' Lawsuit". abclocal.go.com. Retrieved on October 15, 2009. '''Vasile Stoica''' (


France

Moorman , and Yoko Ono in New York City were pioneers of performance based works of art. Groups like The Living Theater with Julian Beck and Judith Malina collaborated with sculptors and painters creating environments; radically changing the relationship between audience and performer especially in their piece ''Paradise Now''. The Judson Dance Theater located at the Judson Memorial Church, New York, and the Judson dancers, notably Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown


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