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RTR2IDLC
September 15, 2010
Aleksandar Radlovic, 13, picks plums in his grandfather's orchard in the village of Milicevci, near the...
Cacak, Serbia
Aleksandar Radlovic, 13, picks plums in his grandfather's orchard in the village of Milicevci, near the...
Aleksandar Radlovic, 13, picks plums in his grandfather's orchard in the village of Milicevci, near the city of Cacak, some 200 km southwest of Belgrade September 15, 2010. Dry plums are a traditional treat and Sljivovica, a strong plum brandy, is a popular drink in Serbia. Villages around Cacak are considered famous for their production of plums and brandy. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (REUTERS - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
SERBIA/
RTR2IDLB
September 15, 2010
Plums are sorted for drying in the village of Milicevci, near the city of Cacak some 200 km southwest...
Cacak, Serbia
Plums are sorted for drying in the village of Milicevci
Plums are sorted for drying in the village of Milicevci, near the city of Cacak some 200 km southwest of Belgrade September 15, 2010. Dry plums are a traditional treat and Sljivovica, a strong plum brandy, is a popular drink in Serbia. Villages around Cacak are considered famous for their production of plums and brandy. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (REUTERS - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
SERBIA/
RTR2IDL5
September 15, 2010
Aleksandar Radlovic (C), his grandfather Miloljub (L) and father Rajko sort plums for drying in the village...
Cacak, Serbia
Aleksandar Radlovic, his grandfather Miloljub (L) and father Rajko sort plums for drying in the village...
Aleksandar Radlovic (C), his grandfather Miloljub (L) and father Rajko sort plums for drying in the village of Milicevci, near the city of Cacak, some 200 km southwest of Belgrade September 15, 2010. Dry plums are a traditional treat and Sljivovica, a strong plum brandy, is a popular drink in Serbia. Villages around Cacak are considered famous for their production of plums and brandy. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (REUTERS - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
SERBIA/
RTR2IDKZ
September 15, 2010
Aleksandar Radlovic (R) and his grandfather Miloljub sort plums for drying in the village of Milicevci,...
Cacak, Serbia
Aleksandar Radlovic and his grandfather Miloljub sort plums for drying in the village of Milicevci
Aleksandar Radlovic (R) and his grandfather Miloljub sort plums for drying in the village of Milicevci, near the city of Cacak, some 200 km southwest of Belgrade September 15, 2010. Dry plums are a traditional treat and Sljivovica, a strong plum brandy, is a popular drink in Serbia. Villages around Cacak are considered famous for their production of plums and brandy. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (REUTERS - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
SERBIA/
RTR2IDKV
September 15, 2010
Aleksandar Radlovic, 13, picks plums in his grandfather's orchard in the village of Milicevci, near the...
Cacak, Serbia
Aleksandar Radlovic, 13, picks plums in his grandfather's orchard in the village of Milicevci, near the...
Aleksandar Radlovic, 13, picks plums in his grandfather's orchard in the village of Milicevci, near the city of Cacak, some 200 km southwest of Belgrade September 15, 2010. Dry plums are a traditional treat and Sljivovica, a strong plum brandy, is a popular drink in Serbia. Villages around Cacak are considered famous for their production of plums and brandy. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (REUTERS - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
YUGOSLAVIA ANNIVERSARY
RTRNPRJ
October 05, 2001
Mayor Velimir Ilic smiles at musicians in front of the Yugoslav
parliament building in the central Serbian...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
VELIMIR ILIC SMILES AT MUSICIANS IN FRONT OF YUGOSLAV PARLIAMENTARY
BILDING IN BELGRADE.
Mayor Velimir Ilic smiles at musicians in front of the Yugoslav
parliament building in the central Serbian city of Cacak, celebrating
the first anniversary of the ousting of Slobodan Milosevic in Belgrade
October 5, 2001. Hundreds of people in buses, trucks and cars set off
on Friday for Belgrade from Cacak to mark their key role in the mass
uprising which toppled Milosevic exactly a year ago. Ilic was a leading
figure in the campaign to oust Milosevic and protesters from his town
were in the vanguard of those who stormed the federal parliament in
Belgrade. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

REUTERS
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR80RH
September 08, 2000
Opposition supporters wave banners reading "Gotov je" ("He's finished"), aimed at Yugoslav President...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS WAVE BANNERS DURING A RALLY IN CACAK.
Opposition supporters wave banners reading "Gotov je" ("He's finished"), aimed at Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic during a rally in the town of Cacak September 8, 2000. Some 20,000 people rallied in the western Serbian town of Cacak on Friday in support of Vojislav Kostunica, the main opposition challenger to Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in this month's elections.

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YUGOSLAVIA REFUGEES
RTRR0D8
September 09, 1999
Serb boys, refugees from Kosovo, stand next to tractor trailers after a group of Serb refugees were stopped...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
SERB REFUGEES FROM KOSOVO NEAR CACAK.
Serb boys, refugees from Kosovo, stand next to tractor trailers after a group of Serb refugees were stopped by police on the way to Belgrade on the outskirts of the town of Cacak, some 140kms southwest of the Yugoslav capital September 9. Around 500 Kosovo Serb refugees broke through a police cordon in the central Serbian town of Kraljevo early on Thursday and tried to head for the Yugoslav capital after spending a night in the open, local human rights activists said. The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR has said almost 200,000 Kosovo Serbs have fled the province during and since NATO air strikes on Yugoslavia which forced Belgrade to withdraw its security forces in Kosovo and allow in international forces.

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YUGOSLAVIA REFUGEES
RTRR0CZ
September 09, 1999
A Serb refugee from Kosovo eats his meal beside his tractor trailer overloaded with his family's belongings...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
SERB REFUGEE FROM KOSOVO EATS HIS MEAL BESIDE TRACTOR TRAILER NEAR CACAK.
A Serb refugee from Kosovo eats his meal beside his tractor trailer overloaded with his family's belongings after being stopped by police on the way to Belgrade on the outskirts of the town of Cacak, some 87 miles southwest of Yugoslav capital September 9. Around 500 Kosovo Serb refugees broke through a police cordon in a central Serbian town of Kraljevo early on Thursday and tried to head for the Yugoslav capital after spending a night in the open, local human rights activists said. The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR has said almost 200,000 Kosovo Serbs have fled the province during and since NATO air strikes on Yugoslavia which forced Belgrade to withdraw its security forces in Kosovo and allow in international forces.

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YUGOSLAVIA REFUGEES
RTRR0CX
September 09, 1999
A Serb boy, a refugee from Kosovo, sits on the ground beside police cars after a group of refugees were...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
SERB REFUGEE FROM KOSOVO SITS BESIDE POLICE CARS NEAR CACAK.
A Serb boy, a refugee from Kosovo, sits on the ground beside police cars after a group of refugees were stopped by police on their way to Belgrade, on the outskirts of Cacak, some 87 miles southwest of the Yugoslav capital September 9. Around 500 Kosovo Serb refugees broke through a police cordon in the central Serbian town of Kraljevo early on Thursday and tried to head for the Yugoslav capital after spending a night in the open, local human rights activists said. The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR has said almost 200,000 Kosovo Serbs have fled the province during and since NATO air strikes on Yugoslavia which forced Belgrade to withdraw its security forces in Kosovo and allow in international forces.

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YUGOSLAVIA WEATHER
RTRQG6P
July 10, 1999
A woman cleans mud from her house which was flooded after the small Topcider river overflowed its banks...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
A WOMAN CLEANS MUD FROM HER DAMAGED HOUSE IN BELGRADE.
A woman cleans mud from her house which was flooded after the small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj in southwest part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain and floods ravaged parts of Yugoslavia on Saturday, compounding misery in a country already battered from 11 weeks of NATO bombing, officials said. A tropical-like downpour began on Friday evening and continued for more than 18 hours, forcing people out of their homes from Belgrade south to central Serbia around the cities of Kragujevac and Cacak. Belgrade's small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj, where 10 were reported missing.

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YUGOSLAVIA WEATHER
RTRQG6M
July 10, 1999
Tihomir Ristic walks by his house heavily damaged after the small Topcider river overflowed its banks...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
A MAN WALKS BY HIS DAMAGED HOUSE IN BELGRADE.
Tihomir Ristic walks by his house heavily damaged after the small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj in southwest part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain and floods ravaged parts of Yugoslavia on Saturday, compounding misery in a country already battered from 11 weeks of NATO bombing, officials said. A tropical-like downpour began on Friday evening and continued for more than 18 hours, forcing people out of their homes from Belgrade south to central Serbia around the cities of Kragujevac and Cacak. Belgrade's small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj, where 10 were reported missing.

PEK/WS
YUGOSLAVIA WEATHER
RTRQG4U
July 10, 1999
Fireman carry a woman from a rubber boat during the evacuation of people in the flooded southwest part...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
FIREMEN EVACUATE PEOPLE CAUGHT IN FLOODWATER IN BELGRADE.
Fireman carry a woman from a rubber boat during the evacuation of people in the flooded southwest part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain and floods ravaged parts of Yugoslavia on Saturday, compounding misery in a country already battered from 11 weeks of NATO bombing, officials said. A tropical-like downpour began on Friday evening and continued for more than 18 hours, forcing people out of their homes from Belgrade south to central Serbia around the cities of Kragujevac and Cacak. Belgrade's small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj, where 10 were reported missing.

PEK/WS
YUGOSLAVIA WEATHER
RTRQG4L
July 10, 1999
Workers try to open a sewar in a flooded street in the southwestern part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
WORKERS TRY TO OPEN SEWAR IN FLOODED STREET.
Workers try to open a sewar in a flooded street in the southwestern part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain and floods ravaged parts of Yugoslavia on Saturday, compounding misery in a country already battered from 11 weeks of NATO bombing, officials said. A tropical-like downpour began on Friday evening and continued for more than 18 hours, forcing people out of their homes from Belgrade, south to central Serbia around the cities of Kragujevac and Cacak. Belgrade's small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj, where 10 were reported missing.

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YUGOSLAVIA WEATHER
RTRQG4E
July 10, 1999
A man stands next to a submerged car blocking a flooded street in the southwestern part of Belgrade July...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
A MAN STANDS NEXT TO A SUBMERGED CAR IN BELGRADE.
A man stands next to a submerged car blocking a flooded street in the southwestern part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain and floods ravaged parts of Yugoslavia on Saturday, compounding misery in a country already battered from 11 weeks of NATO bombing, officials said. A tropical-like downpour began on Friday evening and continued for more than 18 hours, forcing people out of their homes from Belgrade, south to central Serbia around the cities of Kragujevac and Cacak. Belgrade's small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj, where 10 were reported missing.

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YUGOSLAVIA WEATHER
RTRQG45
July 10, 1999
Firemen use a rubber boat to evacuate people in the southwestern part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
FIREMEN EVACUATE PEOPLE IN BELGRADE.
Firemen use a rubber boat to evacuate people in the southwestern part of Belgrade July 10. Heavy rain and floods ravaged parts of Yugoslavia on Saturday, compounding misery in a country already battered from 11 weeks of NATO bombing, officials said. A tropical-like downpour began on Friday evening and continued for more than 18 hours, forcing people out of their homes from Belgrade, south to central Serbia around the cities of Kragujevac and Cacak. Belgrade's small Topcider river overflowed its banks and flooded almost the entire suburb of Ripanj, where 10 were reported missing.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ2E4
June 29, 1999
Yugoslav army soldier injured in Kosovo shouts during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
Yugoslav army soldier injured in Kosovo shouts during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak .....
Yugoslav army soldier injured in Kosovo shouts during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June 29. Serbia's main opposition group sponsored the public rally in Cacak, the first since the end of NATO bombing, to demand democratic change and the resignation of [President Slobodan Milosevic. ]
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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ2E3
June 29, 1999
A man holds up a picture of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar during an anti-government rally in the town...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
A man holds up a picture of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar during an anti-government rally in the t.....
A man holds up a picture of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June 29. Serbia's main opposition group sponsored the public rally in Cacak, the first since the end of NATO bombing, to demand democratic change and the resignation of [President Slobodan Milosevic.]
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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ2E2
June 29, 1999
A man whose son Smiljanic Predrag - Pedja (23) who was killed in Kosovo attends an anti-government rally...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
A man whose son Smiljanic Predrag - Pedja (23) who was killed in Kosovo attends an anti-government r.....
A man whose son Smiljanic Predrag - Pedja (23) who was killed in Kosovo attends an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June 29. Serbia's main opposition group sponsored the public rally in Cacak, the first since the end of NATO bombing, to demand democratic change and the resignation of [President Slobodan Milosevic.]
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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQAQM
June 29, 1999
Yugoslav army soldier injured in Kosovo shouts during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
A MAN INJURED IN KOSOVO SHOUTS DURING AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN CACAK.
Yugoslav army soldier injured in Kosovo shouts during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June 29. Serbia's main opposition group sponsored the public rally in Cacak, the first since the end of NATO bombing, to demand democratic change and the resignation of President Slobodan Milosevic.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQAQC
June 29, 1999
A man holds up a picture of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar during an anti-government rally in the town...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
MAN HOLDS PICTURE OF SERBIAN CROWN PRINCE ALEKSANDAR DURING AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY.
A man holds up a picture of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar during an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June 29. Serbia's main opposition group sponsored the public rally in Cacak, the first since the end of NATO bombing, to demand democratic change and the resignation of President Slobodan Milosevic.

PEK/WS
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQAQ9
June 29, 1999
A man whose son Smiljanic Predrag - Pedja (23) who was killed in Kosovo attends an anti-government rally...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
MAN WHOSE SON WAS KILLED IN KOSOVO ATTENDS AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN CACAK.
A man whose son Smiljanic Predrag - Pedja (23) who was killed in Kosovo attends an anti-government rally in the town of Cacak June 29. Serbia's main opposition group sponsored the public rally in Cacak, the first since the end of NATO bombing, to demand democratic change and the resignation of President Slobodan Milosevic.

PEK/WS
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRNSXP
April 07, 1999
YUGOSLAVIA-BOMBING:CACAK,YUGOSLAVIA,7APR99 - A Serb man fixes a roof of house destroyed in a recent NATO...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
MAN FIXES DESTROYED ROOF ON HOUSE IN CACAK.
YUGOSLAVIA-BOMBING:CACAK,YUGOSLAVIA,7APR99 - A Serb man fixes a roof of house destroyed in a recent NATO air strike on town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade April 7. NATO said on Wednesday it had launched its heaviest air raids yet and told Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic he must accept five key demands before the alliance considers stopping its bombing campaign.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRNSWR
April 07, 1999
YUGOSLAVIA-BOMBING:CACAK,YUGOSLAVIA,7APR99 - A Serb woman uses a water pipe in her house which was destroyed...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
SERB WOMAN IN DESTROYED HOUSE IN CACAK.
YUGOSLAVIA-BOMBING:CACAK,YUGOSLAVIA,7APR99 - A Serb woman uses a water pipe in her house which was destroyed in a recent NATO air strike on town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade April 7. NATO said on Wednesday it had launched its heaviest air raids yet and told Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic he must accept five key demands before the alliance considers stopping its bombing campaign.

EV/JDP
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING SCENE
RTRUBHJ
March 31, 1999
A worker walks through a factory destroyed in recent NATO air strikes on the town of Cacak, some 150km...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
A WORKER LOOKS AT DAMAGED FACTORY IN CACAK.
A worker walks through a factory destroyed in recent NATO air strikes on the town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade March 31. Dozens of workers, wiping their tears, wandered on Wednesday around their destroyed factory which made household appliances and utilities, collecting the pieces of what was their life for half a century. The plant was hit twice, on Sunday and yesterday morning, destroying 80% and the managing director estimates losses at up to $300 million. On the ground at right are boxes of electric hair dryers.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING SCENE
RTRNKKA
March 31, 1999
A worker holds a vacuum tube in factory destroyed in recent NATO air strikes on the town of Cacak, some...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
WORKER HOLDS TUBE IN DAMAGED FACTORY IN CACAK.
A worker holds a vacuum tube in factory destroyed in recent NATO air strikes on the town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade March 31. Dozens of workers, wiping their tears, wandered around their destroyed factory which made household appliances and utilities on Wednesday, collecting the pieces of what was their life for half a century. The plant was hit twice, on Sunday and yesterday morning, destroying 80% and the managing director estimates losses at up to $300 million.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRNKK3
March 31, 1999
Workers stand in a factory destroyed in a recent NATO air strike on the town of Cacak, some 150km southwest...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
WORKERS STAND IN DAMAGED FACTORY IN CACAK.
Workers stand in a factory destroyed in a recent NATO air strike on the town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade March 31. Dozens of workers, wiping tears from their eyes, wandered around their destroyed factory which made household appliances and utilities on Wednesday. The plant was hit twice, on Sunday and yesterday morning, destroying 80% and the managing director estimates losses at up to $300 million.

PEK/FMS
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING SCENE
RTRNKJ6
March 31, 1999
Workers survey a factory destroyed in recent NATO air strike on town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
WORKERS STAND IN DAMAGED FACTORY IN CACAK.
Workers survey a factory destroyed in recent NATO air strike on town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade March 31. Dozens of workers, wiping their tears, wandered around their destroyed factory which made household appliances and utilities on Wednesday, collecting the pieces of what was their life for half a century. The plant was hit twice, on Sunday and yesterday morning, destroying 80% and the managing director estimates losses at up to $300 million.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRNKI2
March 31, 1999
Journalists walk through a factory destroyed in recent NATO air strike on town of Cacak, some 150km southwest...
Cacak, Yugoslavia
JOURNALISTS WALK THROUGH DAMAGED FACTORY IN CACAK.
Journalists walk through a factory destroyed in recent NATO air strike on town of Cacak, some 150km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade March 31. Dozens of workers, wiping their tears, wandered around their destroyed factory which made household appliances and utilities on Wednesday, collecting the pieces of what was their life for half a century. The plant was hit twice, on Sunday and yesterday morning, destroying 80% and the managing director estimates losses at up to $300 million.

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