26 December 1994 Following two-day and even three-day power cuts, residents of Nis suburbs blocked traffic going into the city with barricades of burning tires and garbage containers. The bastion of Serbian socialism responded fiercely through Mile Ilic, chairman of the city’s Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) board, who said the entire responsibility for the […]

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