Explosions and bursts of machine gun fire still echo in Pljevlja. Men with automatic rifles slung over their shoulders still patrol the streets of the town, wearing insignia which do not resemble those worn by members of the police and army The Montenegrin authorities claim there are no para-military formations in Montenegro and that weapons […]
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