22 February 1993 The rise of crime in Belgrade and Serbia has reached unprecedented heights. In 1990 some 2,000 cars were stolen in Belgrade, in 1991 the number rose to 5,000 and in 1992, this number doubled. All other forms of criminal activities are on the rise, including the grave ones: the number of murders […]

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