Belgrade citizens have been reduced to having to – just like during the German occupation – listen to foreign short-wave radio stations in order to find out what is happening in Serbia Even at the moment when tanks occupied Belgrade on March 9, 1991, the regime did not dare to turn Radio B92 off – […]
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