Key Last week, an international caricature festival was held in the Hungarian town of Siafok. Entries came from some 20 countries but, as Belgrade caricaturist Dragan Rumencic said, it turned out that “Yugoslavs are the best caricaturists in the world”. Yugoslavs in the wider, nostalgic sense. Five of the festival’s six awards went to Gradimir […]

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