3 November 1995Every Wednesday afternoon in the center of Belgrade, a group of women dressed in black peacefully protests Serbian involvement in the Balkan conflict. Their protests, begun soon after the war with Slovenia was launched, are often joined by refugees from the ongoing conflict. In August, Zoran Solomun, a Belgrade theater director now living […]

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