13 June 1995 Vojislav Seselj, leader of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS), was thrown to the ground and arrested on June 3rd in Gnjilane, Kosovo while addressing some 100 sympathizers. His second in command Tomislav Nikolic, SRS parliament deputies, Ranko Babic and Milorad Jevric, were also arrested along with some 20 others. The Radicals leaders […]

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