Borba has been a problem to the Serbian authorities since 1986, when Stasa Marinkovic started turning the Socialist Alliance organ into a modern daily newspaper. Now they used an opportunity to get rid of Borba, but bear in mind that without the privatization that they’re under attack for Borba would have been just like the […]

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