It seems that President Milosevic intends to put an end to a year-long purge within the Yugoslav army During his recent visit to the Air Force Command, Milosevic said that a series of scandals involving several high-ranking Military Intelligence officers was “unprecedented” and “bad for the Army’s reputation.” However, officers who are already arrested can […]

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