Djakovica

Djakovica

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Kosovo-Metohija Autonomous Region, on the Erenik River, a tributary of the Beli Drin. Population, 23,000 (1966). Djakovica has tobacco processing and fruit and vegetable canning industries, brick and ceramics plants, and a steam power plant.

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1) University of Novi Sad, Technical Faculty "Mihajlo Pupin", Djure Djakovica BB, 23000 Zrenjanin, Serbia
The retired footballer, who currently lives in the Croatian capital, was handed a three month prison sentence suspended for one year by Milenko Djakovica, a judge at the Municipal Criminal Court in Zagreb.
Prof Glusac, D[ragana], University of Novi Sad, Technical Faculty "Mihajlo Pupin", Djure Djakovica BB, Zrenjnin, Serbia, ivatasic@ptt.
86) The press was provided the incentive to report Serb and Russian accounts of an accidental bombing of refugees by NATO near Djakovica in April 1999, when spokespersons from NATO, the Pentagon, and the Supreme Allied Commander contradicted each other concerning the event.
On April 14, a pilot who thought that trucks filled with refugees near Djakovica were part of a military convoy bombed the vehicles, killing 73 noncombatants.
Sava Church in Mitrovica, the Hadum Mosque in Gjakove/ Djakovica, the Church of St.
Estas fuerzas se vieron obligadas a usar gases lacrimogenos dado el exceso violento de los integrantes de ambos grupos y dado tambien a que los disturbios se extendieron a Caglavica, en Veternik, Pec Podujevo y Djakovica.
On 14 April 1999, for about two hours in the afternoon, NATO F-16 and Jaguar aircraft attacked two vehicle convoys traveling on the Djakovica Road in Kosovo.
Monday night's storm destroyed five homes and damaged 50 other buildings in Djakovica, about 55 miles west of the capital Pristina.
In another reviewed incident, the attack on the Djakovica refugee convoy on 14 April 1999, it was determined that the target was in fact a civilian object.
The court in Nis, 120 miles south of Belgrade, ruled that the group, all from the south-eastern Kosovo town of Djakovica, took part in attacks against Serb police during Nato bombing of Yugoslavia last year.
In Djakovica, not far from Stimlje, entire blocks of Albanian shops, houses, mosques and the marketplace have been gutted by Serbian army, police and paramilitary forces during the 78-day NATO bombing attack last spring.