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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