The secrecy surrounding Slobodan Milosevic’s stay in Athens prompted conjecture as to whether it was a holiday for political reasons Foreign diplomats who saw the President after his traffic accident, and following the end of the March 9 demonstrations of members of the opposition parties and subsequent rebellion of Belgrade secondary school children, say that […]

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