20 June 2001 BELGRADE. Former Serbian and Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, who is awaiting trial in a Belgrade prison, told the Blic News magazine that he ended up in prison because he stopped NATO from conquering the country. Milosevic, who is still the leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia, the biggest opposition party in […]

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