4 September 2000 Over the past decade, Yugoslav President Slobodan Milošević has started—and lost—four wars, while bringing international sanctions that have destroyed the economy, standards of living and the good name of the Serbian people. Today, his popularity stands at an all-time low of 16 percent, while better than two-thirds of the population want to […]

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