4 January 1997 On Thursday, December 26, at 5:00 p.m., central Belgrade’s Terazije square looked like something out of Costa Gavras’ Z or images of Italy in 1924: plain clothes hooligans armed with police batons were freely beating up anyone they could get their hands on while a police cordon just stood by watching. Even […]

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