17 March 2003 The murder of Serbian Prime Minister Djindjic, a flawed man but single-minded reformer, should mobilize Serbia to do away with the menace of organized crime. The murder of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic on 12 March in Belgrade is a terrible loss for Serbia as well as the Balkan region as a […]

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