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RTR4FTOQ
November 27, 2014
General view of the memorial monument "For Killed Students and Teachers" in Kragujevac November 17, 2014....
Kragujevac, Serbia
Memorial monument "For Killed Students and Teachers" in Kragujevac
General view of the memorial monument "For Killed Students and Teachers" in Kragujevac November 17, 2014. Across the former Yugoslavia stand giant monuments to a state that no longer exists, once visited and celebrated during public holidays such as Republic Day on November 29, marking the creation of socialist Yugoslavia. Many are now neglected or ignored, aging symbols of a joint state forged during World War Two but torn apart by nationalism half a century later. Republic Day is no longer marked in any of the seven independent states that emerged from its ashes. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
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RTXZXUG
May 23, 2013
A worker passes by an abandoned production hall at the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A worker passes by an abandoned production hall at the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
A worker passes by an abandoned production hall at the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXU4
May 23, 2013
Two boys show the Serb three-finger salute as they sit atop an abandoned manufacturing hall, a part of...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Two boys sit atop an abandoned manufacturing hall, a part of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory, in the...
Two boys show the Serb three-finger salute as they sit atop an abandoned manufacturing hall, a part of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory, in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXQ1
May 23, 2013
A calendar is seen on the wall at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A calendar is seen on the wall at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the...
A calendar is seen on the wall at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXQ0
May 23, 2013
A worker smokes a cigarette at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A worker smokes a cigarette at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
A worker smokes a cigarette at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXPZ
May 23, 2013
A man works as he smokes a cigarette at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A man works as he smokes a cigarette at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory...
A man works as he smokes a cigarette at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXPG
May 23, 2013
Bullets are seen on the table of a weapons designer at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Bullets are seen on the table of a weapons designer at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons...
Bullets are seen on the table of a weapons designer at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXP6
May 23, 2013
A weapons designer shows a rifle stock to workers at the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A weapons designer shows a rifle stock to workers at the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
A weapons designer shows a rifle stock to workers at the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
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RTXZXOV
May 23, 2013
Rifles are displayed in the exhibition hall of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Rifles are displayed in the exhibition hall of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town...
Rifles are displayed in the exhibition hall of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
SERBIA/
RTXZXO8
May 23, 2013
A weapons designer picks up a prototype of a handgun at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms"...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A weapons designer picks up a prototype of a handgun at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms"...
A weapons designer picks up a prototype of a handgun at the manufacturing hall in the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
SERBIA/
RTXZXO2
May 23, 2013
A worker carries an assault rifle in the exhibition hall of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A worker carries an assault rifle in the exhibition hall of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the...
A worker carries an assault rifle in the exhibition hall of the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
SERBIA/
RTXZXNW
May 23, 2013
A weapons tester walks down the shooting range inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A weapons tester walks down the shooting range inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian...
A weapons tester walks down the shooting range inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
SERBIA/
RTXZXNK
May 23, 2013
A weapons tester fires a prototype assault rifle at the shooting range inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A weapons tester fires a prototype assault rifle at the shooting range inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons...
A weapons tester fires a prototype assault rifle at the shooting range inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Now, knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
SERBIA/
RTXZXMU
May 23, 2013
A worker carries a rifle on his shoulder inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A worker carries a rifle on his shoulder inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town...
A worker carries a rifle on his shoulder inside the "Zastava Arms" weapons factory in the Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 137km (85 miles) from capital Belgrade, May 8, 2013. Knocking on the door of the European Union, one industry in Serbia is leading the way where others have been ravaged by a painful transition to capitalism: guns. Serbia is clawing back old markets for its weapons and ammunition in Africa and the Middle East and former arch foe, the U.S., which led the 1999 NATO air war against Slobodan Milosevic. In a country of 25 percent unemployment, weapons producers are adding workers year after year with the value of export contracts now pushing $300 million annually, according to state weapons' exporter Yugoimport-SDPR. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30TKD
April 16, 2012
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne gives a speech during the opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Fiat CEO Marchionne gives a speech during the opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne gives a speech during the opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30THT
April 16, 2012
The newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
The newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac...
The newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30TFT
April 16, 2012
Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne sign autographs on newly produced...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Serbian PM Cvetkovic and Fiat CEO Marchionne sign autographs on newly produced Fiat 500L during opening...
Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne sign autographs on newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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RTR30TA6
April 16, 2012
The newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
The newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
The newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)
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RTR30TA4
April 16, 2012
Employees look at newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employees look at newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Employees look at newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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RTR30T9Z
April 16, 2012
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne stands by the newly produced Fiat 500L during the opening ceremony at the...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Fiat CEO Marchionne stands by the newly produced Fiat 500L during the opening ceremony at the FIAT car...
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne stands by the newly produced Fiat 500L during the opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30T94
April 16, 2012
Journalists wait to enter the factory during its opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Journalists wait to enter the factory during its opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Journalists wait to enter the factory during its opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT MEDIA)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30T90
April 16, 2012
Employees look at newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employees look at newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac...
Employees look at newly produced Fiat 500L during opening ceremony at the Fiat car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30T8V
April 16, 2012
Newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac April...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac
Newly produced Fiat 500L is displayed during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
SERBIA-FIAT/
RTR30T8T
April 16, 2012
Employees look at newly produced FIAT 500L during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employees look at newly produced FIAT 500L during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac...
Employees look at newly produced FIAT 500L during opening ceremony at the FIAT car plant in Kragujevac April 16, 2012. Italian carmaker Fiat has opened a production line in Serbia for its new 500L family model, to expand on the popularity of its two-door 500 city car. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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Fiat in Serbia - 19 Mar 2010
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RTR2BSPS
March 18, 2010
Employees work on an assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employees work on assembly line at Fiat factory in Kragujevac
Employees work on an assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSPM
March 18, 2010
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSPI
March 18, 2010
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSPG
March 18, 2010
An employee works on an assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on assembly line at Fiat factory in Kragujevac
An employee works on an assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSPD
March 18, 2010
An employee carries out welding on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee carries out welding on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee carries out welding on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSPA
March 18, 2010
Employees work on an assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employees work on assembly line at Fiat factory in Kragujevac
Employees work on an assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSP2
March 18, 2010
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSOZ
March 18, 2010
Employees work on the assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employees work on assembly line at Fiat factory in Kragujevac
Employees work on the assembly line at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSOQ
March 18, 2010
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Worker adjusts logo on new Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSOL
March 18, 2010
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Worker adjusts logo on new Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSOI
March 18, 2010
Logo plates for a new Fiat Punto car are seen at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Logo plates for new Fiat Punto car are seen at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
Logo plates for a new Fiat Punto car are seen at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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RTR2BSOF
March 18, 2010
An employee passes the Fiat logo at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac,...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee passes Fiat logo at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee passes the Fiat logo at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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March 18, 2010
A Fiat flag flies next to Serbia's national flag at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac,...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Fiat flag flies next to Serbia's national flag at Fiat factory in Kragujevac
A Fiat flag flies next to Serbia's national flag at a Fiat factory in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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March 18, 2010
A worker affixes the logo to a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Worker affixes the logo to a new Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
A worker affixes the logo to a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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November 20, 2008
A general view of the the Zastava car factory compound is seen in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac,...
Kragujevac, Serbia
A general view of the the Zastava car factory compound is seen in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac...
A general view of the the Zastava car factory compound is seen in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km (93 miles) south of Belgrade November 20, 2008. Serbia's Zastava automaker that produced the both loved and derided Yugo produces its last car on Friday before closing to revamp operations as part of a joint venture with Italy's Fiat. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
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November 20, 2008
Workers leave the Zastava car factory compound in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Workers leave the Zastava car factory compound in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac
Workers leave the Zastava car factory compound in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km (93 miles) south of Belgrade November 20, 2008. Serbia's Zastava automaker that produced the both loved and derided Yugo produces its last car on Friday before closing to revamp operations as part of a joint venture with Italy's Fiat. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
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RTXASQ5
November 20, 2008
Workers leave the Zastava car factory compound in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Workers leave the Zastava car factory compound in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac
Workers leave the Zastava car factory compound in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km (93 miles) south of Belgrade November 20, 2008. Serbia's Zastava automaker that produced the both loved and derided Yugo produces
its last car on Friday before closing to revamp operations as part of a joint venture with Italy's Fiat. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
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RTXASQ3
November 20, 2008
Workers pose around the last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, in the Zastava plant...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Workers pose around last red Yugo, signed by all employees who worked on it, in Zastava plant in the...
Workers pose around the last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, in the Zastava plant in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km (93 miles) south of Belgrade, November 20, 2008. It is slated for exhibition in a museum. Serbia's Zastava automaker that produced the both loved and derided Yugo produces its last car on Friday before closing to revamp operations as part of a joint venture with Italy's Fiat. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
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November 20, 2008
The last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, is seen in the Zastava plant in the...
Kragujevac, Serbia
The last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, is seen in the Zastava plant in the...
The last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, is seen in the Zastava plant in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km (93 miles) south of Belgrade, November 20, 2008. It is slated for exhibition in a museum. Serbia's Zastava automaker that produced the both loved and derided Yugo produces its last car on Friday before closing to revamp operations as part of a joint venture with Italy's Fiat. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
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November 20, 2008
The last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, is seen in the Zastava plant in the...
Kragujevac, Serbia
The last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, is seen in the Zastava plant in the...
The last red Yugo, signed by all the employees who worked on it, is seen in the Zastava plant in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 150km (93 miles) south of Belgrade, November 20, 2008. It is slated for exhibition in a museum. Serbia's Zastava automaker that produced the both loved and derided Yugo produces its last car on Friday before closing to revamp operations as part of a joint venture with Italy's Fiat. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
SERBIA
RTX85MT
July 26, 2008
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Dragutin Topic reacts during a track and field competition in central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Serbias Olympic hopeful Dragutin Topic reacts during a track and field competition in central Serbian...
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Dragutin Topic reacts during a track and field competition in central Serbian town of Kragujevac July 26, 2008. Married couple Biljana and Dragutin Topic will compete in triple jump - Biljana and Dragutin in high jump at Olympic games in Beijing. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
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July 26, 2008
Serbia's Biljana Topic kisses her husband Dragutin Topic during a track and field competition in the...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Serbia's Biljana Topic kisses husband Dragutin Topic during track and field competition in Kragujevac...
Serbia's Biljana Topic kisses her husband Dragutin Topic during a track and field competition in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 140 km from Belgrade, July 26, 2008. Biljana and Dragutin will compete in the triple jump and high jump competitions respectively during the Beijing Olympics 2008. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW)
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July 26, 2008
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Biljana Topic competes in the triple jump event during a track and field competition...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Biljana Topic competes in triple jump event during track and field competition...
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Biljana Topic competes in the triple jump event during a track and field competition in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 140 km from Belgrade, July 26, 2008. Biljana Topic and her husband Dragutin Topic will compete in the triple jump and high jump competitions respectively during the Beijing Olympics 2008. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW)
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July 26, 2008
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Biljana Topic competes in the triple jump event during a track and field competition...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Biljana Topic competes in triple jump event during track and field competition...
Serbia's Olympic hopeful Biljana Topic competes in the triple jump event during a track and field competition in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 140 km from Belgrade, July 26, 2008. Biljana Topic and her husband Dragutin Topic will compete in the triple jump and high jump competitions respectively during the Beijing Olympics 2008. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW)
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR918F
October 03, 2000
VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, IS GREETED BY SUPPORTERS...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, IS GREETED BY ...
VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, IS GREETED BY SUPPORTERS IN KRAGUJEVAC.


Vojislav Kostunica, Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) presidential candidate, is greeted by supporters gathered at the main city square in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac October 3, 2000. Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic voiced defiance in a rare address to the nation on Monday, making clear he would not concede defeat and wanted a second round of voting after last month's presidential poll.
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR918B
October 03, 2000
VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, WAVES TO SUPPORTERS IN KRAGUJEVAC.


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Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, WAVES TO SUPPORTERS ...
VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, WAVES TO SUPPORTERS IN KRAGUJEVAC.


Vojislav Kostunica, Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) presidential candidate, waves to supporters gathered at the main city square in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac October 3, 2000. Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic voiced defiance in a rare address to the nation on Monday, making clear he would not concede defeat and wanted a second round of voting after last month's presidential poll.
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS MILOSEVIC
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September 15, 2000
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) walks through the "Zastava" factory plant with managerial director...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC WALKS THROUGH FACTORY PLANT IN KRAGUJEVAC.
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) walks through the "Zastava" factory plant with managerial director of Yugoslavia's biggest car factory Milan Beko (C) in Kragujevac, some 100km south of Belgrade September 15, 2000. As part of his campaign for presidential elections scheduled for September 24, Milosevic visited the Zastava car plant in the town of Kragujevac, partly restored after last year's NATO bombing campaign, where he was shown new products from the plant's truck unit, state media reported.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS MILOSEVIC
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September 15, 2000
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) arrives to the "Zastava" factory in Kragujevac, some 100km...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC ARRIVES FOLLOWED BY HIS BODY GUARDS IN KRAGUJEVAC.
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) arrives to the "Zastava" factory in Kragujevac, some 100km south of Belgrade September 15, 2000. As part of his campaign for presidential elections scheduled for September 24, Milosevic visited the Zastava car plant in the town of Kragujevac, partly restored after last year's NATO bombing campaign, where he was shown new products from the plant's truck unit, state media reported.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS MILOSEVIC
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September 15, 2000
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (C) watches guns in the "Zastava" factory in Kragujevac September...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC WATCHES GUNS IN A FACTORY IN KRAGUJEVAC.
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (C) watches guns in the "Zastava" factory in Kragujevac September 15, 2000. As part of his campaign for presidential elections scheduled for September 24, Milosevic visited the Zastava car plant in the town of Kragujevac, partly restored after last year's NATO bombing campaign, where he was shown new products from the plant's truck unit, state media reported.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ3H9
July 17, 1999
Opposition supporters blow whistles and hold pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
Opposition supporters blow whistles and hold pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement .....
Opposition supporters blow whistles and hold pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk Draskovic during a rally in town of Kragujevac, about 150 km (90 miles) south of Belgrade July 17. The Serbian Renewal Movement is organising a series of rallies across Serbia, demanding democratisation. ??»
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ3H8
July 17, 1999
Opposition supporters hold torches and pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk Draskovic...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
Opposition supporters hold torches and pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk Dr.....
Opposition supporters hold torches and pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk Draskovic during a rally in the town of Kragujevac, about 150 km (90 miles) south of Belgrade July 17. The Serbian Renewal Movement is organising a series of rallies across the country, demanding democratisation. ??»
DRASKOVIC
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July 17, 1999
The leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic, waves to supporters as he arrives to...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
The leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic, waves to supporters as he arrives to.....
The leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic, waves to supporters as he arrives to the rally in town of Kragujevac, about 150 km (90 miles) south of Belgrade July 17. The Serbian Renewal Movement is organising a series of rallies across Serbia, demanding democratisation. ??»
DRASKOVIC
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July 17, 1999
The leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic (R), is greeted by supporters as he arrives...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
The leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic (R), is greeted by supporters as he a.....
The leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic (R), is greeted by supporters as he arrives to the rally in town of Kragujevac, about 150 km (90 miles) south of Belgrade July 17. The Serbian Renewal Movement is organising a series of rallies, demanding democratisation. ??»
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQJNO
July 17, 1999
Opposition supporters show Serbian Orthodox three-finger sign during a rally in the town of Kragujevac,...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS RALLY IN KRAGUJEVAC.
Opposition supporters show Serbian Orthodox three-finger sign during a rally in the town of Kragujevac, about 150 km (90 miles) south of Belgrade July 17. The Serbian Renewal Movement is organising a series of rallies across the country, demanding democratisation.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
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July 17, 1999
Opposition supporters blow whistles and hold pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk...
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS HOLDING PICTURES OF VUK DRASKOVIC DURING RALLY IN KRAGUJEVAC.
Opposition supporters blow whistles and hold pictures of the leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk Draskovic during a rally in town of Kragujevac, about 150 km (90 miles) south of Belgrade July 17. The Serbian Renewal Movement is organising a series of rallies across Serbia, demanding democratisation.

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