7 November 1994 When this survey was made three months ago, around 12,000 Yugoslavs fed themselves in soup kitchens; in the meantime, that number has grown by almost one-half and is near 17,000 today. In contrast to some other countries, where the practice of giving out free food was established at the time of the […]

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