This year has been proclaimed “Romany Year” and journalists have been informed and a rather uninspired poster carries the message. Judging by a survey carried out at Belgrade’s Zeleni Venac market, the cigarette vendors don’t know anything about this, while the inhabitants of the Romany settlement Orlovsko Naselje on the outskirts of Belgrade have heard […]

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