The torture went on all night. Virtually all facilities in villages under Mount Maljen have been damaged. They say that it was the strongest earthquake that happened to Belgrade since the late twenties. The center was on the hills of Mount Maljen, 85 kilometers south of the capital, measuring 5.7 degrees on the Richter scale. […]
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