28 November 1994 Since then, physical violence against political opponents has been constantly present in Serbia as a way of settling scores and sending messages. The younger generations are familiar with this method from films about the Thirties in Europe and from family stories about the postwar introduction of “the people’s regime” in these parts. […]

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