BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–Eight months after the October insurrection that overthrew the regime of former President Slobodan Milosevic, the new authorities in Belgrade are still handling with extreme caution the Serbian State Security Service (SDB) they inherited from him. The secretive, all-powerful, and extremely dangerous SDB is the same as before: silent, quiescent, and ominous, with almost […]
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