12 May 2003 “Saber,” the Serbian police action that lasted for several weeks [after the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic], with arrest warrants issued for numerous people and even the liquidation of certain criminals, opened up a new field for the observation and presentation of the character and deeds of people “on the […]

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