12 September 1994 Bozidar Colovic, editor in chief of the state-run TV, was visibly embarrassed when he recently went on the air to apologize to viewers for an earlier report from an Serbian Radical Party (SRS) press conference, where Acim Visnjic had said that the republic’s Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic wasn’t the greatest criminal in […]

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