9 October 2003The Belgrade daily Vreme offers its slightly scathing take on an intelligence official’s recent killing spree and suggestions that it stemmed from “Vietnam syndrome.” Editor’s Note: An employee of Serbia’s Security Information Agency (BIA), Vladan Rovcanin, allegedly killed four of his colleagues and wounded three others in a shooting spree on 30 September […]

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