Serbian miners demand better pay and work conditions, but the government says their demands are politically motivated. 8 October 2001 BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–Exactly one year after Yugoslavia’s democratic changes, the miners of the Kolubara coalfields near Belgrade–whose strike helped oust former President Slobodan Milosevic–were last week on the picket line again. However, their demands for better […]

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