Logs Ahead of June 17, the day he scheduled a rally in Belgrade, Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj popped over to Valjevo, the city which saw the start of his political career – where as Chetnik Voivoda he took over the leadership of the Serbian Chetnik Movement. At the time he stood on […]
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