The first pickup from a premium manufacturer: Pickup meets lifestyle – the Mercedes-Benz X-Class

 As well as bringing the progressive design of the acclaimed Concept X-CLASS largely unchanged to standard production, the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class is uniquely versatile in terms of its area of application – it can be used as a rugged, all-terrain pickup but also as a vehicle for urban lifestyles and families. The X-Class pushes the boundaries of the classic pickup.

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113 years of St. Regis Hotel: Jagger, Hitchcock and Dali at 200 yards from church door

Travelogue by Robert Čoban

No woman or child was left on board this ship because Ben Guggenheim was a coward“, said a New York millionaire after he put his best suit on, ordered brandy and cigars for himself and his butler, and sat down in the lobby of the Titanic waiting for the ship to sink. Before that, he gave to one of the ship’s officers a note for his wife Florette, who was waiting for him at St. Regis Hotel in New York, that read: If anything should happen to me, I want you to know that I’ve done my best in doing my duty.” Benjamin’s mistress, the French singer Leontine Aubart, who was with him on the Titanic, boarded the lifeboat no. 9 with him watching over and survived.

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For a carefree vacation there is AMS Insurance

Would you like to spend the next days abroad, but are you stressed that something can happen to you or your loved ones? Choosing a quality Travel Health Insurance will protect you from unwanted financial losses and provide you and your loved ones with a carefree holiday you deserve. Travel completely relieved and safe, and entrust the care for your health and the health of your family to the professional team of AMS Insurance.

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MARIJA KRSTIĆ, Director General of GSK Serbia and Montenegro: Innovation is at the Core of Our Company

As a global company, which operations contribute to better health of millions of people worldwide, we should demonstrate our innovative approach also through cooperating with the local community, while considering having a wider reach and forging partnerships that could bring long-term health benefits to our fellow citizens and the environment

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Revolution(s) Ahoy: Young voters for old candidates and vice versa

Text: Žikica Milošević

Somehow, all the people of Europe are awaiting some revolutions these days. And in North America too. The Economist magazine is convinced that Emmanuel Macron will save Europe, since he is quite an Anglo-Saxon liberal type. And the French are crazy for their handsome and young president. But there are some other revolutions ahead.

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20th Afro Festival

The jubilee 20th Afro Festival has been held at the Museum of African Art in Belgrade’s Senjak neighbourhood. “The Museum of African Art is a unique institution in Belgrade, Serbia and the Balkans, which has, for a full 40 years, with its diverse programmes, contributed to the establishment and enhancement of cultural links between our capital, but also our entire country, and the friendly people of Africa,” said Ivona Jevtić, acting Secretary of Culture of the City of Belgrade.

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