The authorities say that there is a fair amount of warfare going on between rival gangs, but decline to admit that there is such a thing as organized crime Radovan Stojcic Bidza, a Serbian police colonel-general, recently said that Belgrade, unlike other European capitals, had no quarters the police were afraid to patrol. The statement […]

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