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Novi asistent ("New Assistant") is a 1964 Yugoslavian television series based on A. J. Cronin's stories about the fictional physician Dr. Finlay. The series was directed by Mirjana Samardžić and starred Dejan Dubajić, Ljiljana Jovanović, Nikola Simić, and Milan Srdoč.
Novi Zagreb is the part of the city of Zagreb located south of the Sava river. Novi Zagreb forms a distinct whole because it is separated from the northern part of the city both by the river and by the levees around Sava. At the same time, it is divided on urban and rural parts.
Novi Zagreb – istok is a district in Zagreb, Croatia. Within this district in the neighborhood of Travno lies Mamutica, which was built to be the largest communal housing block in southeast Europe. Mamutica towers above other blocks of flats so that the impression is given that it must be on a hill even though the entire area is a flat plain.
Novi Zagreb – zapad has the status of a city district in Zagreb, Croatia and as such has an elected council.
Stepanovićevo is a suburban settlement of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia. It has a Serb ethnic majority and a population of 2,021 people. Stepanovićevo is situated about 20 km north-west from Novi Sad, between the settlements of Kisač and Zmajevo.
Novi Iskar is a town in Western Bulgaria, located in Sofia City Province, which is a part of the Municipality of Sofia. It is often regarded as a northern suburb of Bulgarian capital Sofia and lies in the northern part of the Sofia Valley, with the Iskar Gorge beginning just north of the town.
Sitniče is a village in the municipality of Novi Pazar based on west side of Novi Pazar. Most population is family Koca., Serbia & Montenegro.
Darko Šuškavčević is a Montenegrin retired football defender. Besides Montenegro, he has played in the Czech Republic and Greece.
Miroslav "Muta" Nikolić is a Serbian professional basketball coach and former player.
Peter Čögley is Former Slovak football player. He played for AS Trenčin, where he won 2 times the Slovak championship and also enjoyed winning in the Slovakian cup. He later played for Bohemians Praha 1905, FC Spartak Trnava, ViOn Zlate Moravavce and MFK Skalica. In 2015, the National team coach Ján Kozák st., he nominated him to the wider staff of the Slovak national team. He started his coaching career as a fitness coach in ViOn Zlaté Moravce, where he later worked as an assistant coach. He also worked as an assistant at MFK Skalica. From November 2022, he is an assistant and fitness coach in Saudi Arabia in the AL - Adalah team, where he was called by his former coach Martin Ševela. Al Adalah of Saudi Professional League
Pavel Medynský is a Czech football manager, who managed Bohemians 1905 in the 2011–12 Czech First League.
Bajevica is a village situated in Novi Pazar municipality in Serbia.
Martin Poustka is a Czech football manager, who works for Slavia Prague.
Brajan Nenezić is a Montenegrin football manager and former player.
Branislav Ratkovica is a Serbian professional basketball coach and former player. He currently serves as a head coach for Metalac of the Basketball League of Serbia.
Šaronje is a village situated in Novi Pazar municipality in Serbia.
Anel Ahmedhodžić is a Bosnian professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Sheffield United and the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.
Goran Topić is a Serbian professional basketball coach and scout, who is an assistant coach of FMP of the ABA League and the Basketball League of Serbia.
Teo Čizmić is a Croatian professional basketball coach and former player, currently serving as the sport director at KK Split.
Novi Sad Pride is a pride parade held in Novi Sad, second largest city in Serbia and administrative center of Vojvodina organized to celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and their allies. The event, attended by city officials and members of diplomatic missions in Serbia, was organized for the first time in May 2019 at the central Republic Square. Attended by around 200 people, 2019 pride was the first ever gay parade in Serbia to be held outside of Belgrade. The first pride was organized as the end event of the Pride Week in Novi Sad. It was organized on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
Oto Brunegraf is a Slovak football manager. His last spell was with the Slovak national team as an assistant to Pavel Hapal with whom he also served on club level in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland. He managed the side for one match on caretaker basis in a 2–3 defeat versus Israel.