Unlike Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic who announced the fight against crime a year ago, Russian President Boris Yeltsin remembered only last week that something should be done to stop the mafia. It may be too late now both for Serbia and Russiawhile the presidents talk, the criminals work. Possible similarities are(n’t) accidental. Gangsters’ shootouts have […]
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