The Serbian prime minister wasn’t in court but his spirit certainly was Zoran Djindjic, leader of the Democratic Party (DS), and Dragoljub Bjelic, editor in chief of Telegraf weekly, went on trial in Belgrade’s district court last Tuesday. Both men are charged with the crime of damaging the reputation of the Republic of Serbia which […]

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