14 June 1993 Belgraders were recently moved to tears when they realized that the Serbian police, in spite of isolation, managed to keep in step with the latest technological developments. Many felt the blessings of progress on their skins (or mucous membranes). Apart from last spring’s display of police paraphernalia (helmets, shields, bullet-proof vests, viziers, […]

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