4 September 2000 BELGRADE-As municipal and presidential elections near for Yugoslavia, violence is on the upswing. On 31 August, gunmen shot dead a Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) activist and seriously wounded his wife in a southeastern Serbia town near Kosovo, and on 25 August, former Serbian President Ivan Stambolic turned up missing after he […]

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