8 March 1997 In the semi-darkness of Belgrade’s Pavilion Veljkovic which is home to the Center for Cultural Decontamination, a man who seemed to be thirty something stood beside the projection of a picture of a middle-aged woman taken very early this century. He spoke fluent English with a central European accent. “Ladies and gentlemen, […]

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