It seems that all the protagonists have a plan for ending the war, but that we have no plan for what is described as “Serbia is not at war” Calling on an unnamed source in the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), Reuter news agency writes that the reason for Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic’s refusal to […]

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