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Yugoslavian Club Hosts Baltic Fusion Band
On Friday, February 5th, the Yugoslavian Student Club at UMass Boston, also known as “YUMASS Boston,” organized a concert for the group called "Baltic Fusion Band." YUMASS aims to celebrate the shared cultures of the peoples living in the Baltic ...
FGCU: 10 men's basketball fun facts
Filip Cvjeticanin, redshirt senior, forward: His father Danko was a member of the Yugoslavian Silver Medal squad at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, and the 1992 Croatian Silver Medal team at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
PSV Eindhoven to Red Star Belgrade: Weird & wonderful title wins
In 1951, both Red Star Belgrade and Dinamo Zagreb finished the Yugoslavian season on 35 points, with Red Star awarded the title by virtue of a superior goal average. Their 50 goals for and 21 against gave them a goal average of 2.381, just 0.
Novak Djokovic building his legacy at BNP Paribas Open
When Djokovic was 6, in 1993, retired Yugoslavian tennis player Jelena Gencic saw him play and remarked that he was the greatest talent she had seen since Monica Seles. She offered to work with him and did so for the next seven years, until the family ...
Germany to tackle refugee housing at Venice Architecture Biennale
"In Munich, people have prepared and drawn conclusions, for example from the Yugoslavian War.

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