The judgment on 25 Muslims from the ethnically tense Serbian province of Sandzak accused of “an attempted secession of the territory of Sandzak from Yugoslavia and illegal collecting and possessing of arms, ammunition and explosives,” has been put off for February 9. The lawyers said a complaint would be lodged to the court of second […]

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