9 May 1994 Marko Milosevic, the son of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, says that of all the papers, he prefers to read the Belgrade based biweekly ``Duga,'' ``especially the first few pages'' (where his mother Mirjana Markovic has her Diary). Marko agreed, although reluctantly, to talk to VREME, which he doesn't read, but claims is […]

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