New cases of ill fish in Murmansk Oblast?

Author ArishaUl
Monday, Jun 27, 2016

In the summer of 2015, Murmansk Oblast registered large outbreaks of a deadly epidemic among river salmon in the region. At the end of the year, regional fishermen faced another concern: new cases of fish disease had reportedly been found in one of the rivers of the Kola Peninsula. 

This time a would-be illness has spread among vendace. Photos of fish with strange spots on their skin were published in the social media in late November.

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Is Bosnia The Most Festive Country of The Balkans?

Author Sanja Stamenkovic
Friday, May 27, 2016

It's that time of the year again. People around the world are celebrating all kinds of holidays - Christmas, New Years' Eve, Hanukah etc. The people of the Balkans are especially joyful in the winter times. Many nations of the Balkans have their own traditions and customs. Three main religions in the Balkans are Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Islam. Christmas is one of the biggest Christian holiday. There is a common misconception that orthodox and catholic believers celebrate this day on a different date.

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Is Balkan Becoming A Europe's Top Outsourcing Destination?

Author Sanja Stamenkovic
Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016

The struggling economy of the Balkans is looking up, but far from the EU's standard. Salaries in some of the regions of the Balkans are more than 10 times lower than salaries in some of the EU countries.

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