Obezbeđenje Bir festa pretuklo me iz čista mira

Blic online, 21.8.2013.

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- Dvojica drugara i ja pokušali smo da uđemo na “Tuborg” žurku, ali nam radnici obezbeđenja to nisu dozvolili pošto je bio fajront. Krenuo sam do toaleta i video dvojicu radnika obezbeđenja kako unutar ograde tuku mladića. Viknuo sam “Šta radite to, ubiste čoveka” da bi obojica odmah istrčali iz ograđenog prostora i skočili na mene. Udarili su me nekoliko puta pesnicama u glavu i odmah sam pao, a oni su nastavili da me tuku. Lice mi se nadulo, a tek posle 20 minuta je došla žena iz Hitne pomoći - prepričava Nikola Soskić (25) incident u noći između subote i nedelje na “Bir festu” kada je zadobio dvostuki prelom jagodične kosti i potres mozga.

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Syria and the Limits of Responsibility to Protect

US News, ICRtoP, 17.8.2013.

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It wasn't supposed to be this way. When United Nations members were prodded to establish a "responsibility to protect" doctrine, establishing that states must secure the lives of their citizens and that if they fail outsiders may step in, advocates assumed that heightened awareness and acknowledgement of atrocities would be enough to impel more visible international action – in contrast to the debacles in the 1990s, in which hundreds of thousands of civilians died in Rwanda and Bosnia, and the international community split over the legitimacy of humanitarian intervention.

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