13 June 1994 Zoran Lilic, the President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, took a short break from extending all kinds of congratulations to his counterparts throughout the world, and, for a change, at the Twelfth Congress of the Unions of Yugoslavia, banged his fist on the table and shouted, ``Millions of Yugoslav citizens cannot […]

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