27 June 1998 While Spomenka Pejic cried, resting on a gray, metal fence in front of one of the Defense Ministry’s buildings on Prince Milos Street, the flash bulbs of about 10 photojournalists snapped. Mrs. Pejcic burst into tears when amidst the twenty people who gathered together in front of the General Staff of the […]

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