28 June 1993 When the police caught up with Milika Ceko Dacevic, a Serbian Radical Party (SRS) deputy in the Federal Parliament and member of the Defence and Security Board of the Federal Chamber of Citizens, no-one in Pljevlja even thought of repeating last year’s siege of the town. “If I am arrested again”, Ceko […]

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