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SERBIA-POLLUTION/AIR
RTS2SMJ3 
October 24, 2019 
A truck drives by fields that have been set ablaze as farmers torched weed and stubble near Pancevo,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Belgrade joins the most polluted cities in the world as farmers torch fields 
A truck drives by fields that have been set ablaze as farmers torched weed and stubble near Pancevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
SERBIA/
RTX12YVA 
August 28, 2013 
A farmer talks on a mobile phone as he sits on a tractor which partially blocks a road during a protest... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A farmer talks on a mobile phone as he sits on a tractor which partially blocks a road during a protest... 
A farmer talks on a mobile phone as he sits on a tractor which partially blocks a road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA/
RTX12YV9 
August 28, 2013 
A farmer talks to a policeman next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A farmer talks to a policeman next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian... 
A farmer talks to a policeman next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA/
RTX12YV7 
August 28, 2013 
Farmers walk next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Farmers walk next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo... 
Farmers walk next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA/
RTX12YV5 
August 28, 2013 
A farmer talks on a mobile phone next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in Serbian... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A farmer talks on a mobile phone next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in Serbian... 
A farmer talks on a mobile phone next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA/
RTX12YV1 
August 28, 2013 
Farmers stand as they partially block a road with tractors during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Farmers stand as they partially block a road with tractors during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo... 
Farmers stand as they partially block a road with tractors during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA/
RTX12YUX 
August 28, 2013 
A policeman walks next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A policeman walks next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town... 
A policeman walks next to tractors which partially block a road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA/
RTX12YUV 
August 28, 2013 
A man rides a bicycle next to tractors which partially block the road during a protest in the Serbian... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A man rides a bicycle next to tractors which partially block the road during a protest in the Serbian... 
A man rides a bicycle next to tractors which partially block the road during a protest in the Serbian town of Pancevo, near Belgrade August 28, 2013. Serbian farmers staged the strike to protest dwindling subsidies for grain and other products which fell as much as 50 percent in past several months. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT) 
SERBIA-BLOCKADE/
RTR303FN 
March 30, 2012 
A police officer stands in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A police officer stands in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo... 
A police officer stands in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds of disgruntled farmers in northern Serbia blockaded key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for a second day on Friday to protest over government's introduction of new subsidies on 2012 crop production. Serbian police were deployed throughout the area and near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving tractors to the agriculture ministry and other government buildings in central Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
SERBIA-BLOCKADE/
RTR303FM 
March 30, 2012 
Farmers park their tractors to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Farmers park their tractors to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo 
Farmers park their tractors to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds of disgruntled farmers in northern Serbia blockaded key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for a second day on Friday to protest over government's introduction of new subsidies on 2012 crop production. Serbian police were deployed throughout the area and near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving tractors to the agriculture ministry and other government buildings in central Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
SERBIA-BLOCKADE/
RTR303FI 
March 30, 2012 
A farmer sits in a tractor parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012.... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A farmer sits in a tractor parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo 
A farmer sits in a tractor parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds of disgruntled farmers in northern Serbia blockaded key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for a second day on Friday to protest over government's introduction of new subsidies on 2012 crop production. Serbian police were deployed throughout the area and near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving tractors to the agriculture ministry and other government buildings in central Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
SERBIA-BLOCKADE/
RTR303FH 
March 30, 2012 
A police officer stands in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A police officer stands in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo... 
A police officer stands in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds of disgruntled farmers in northern Serbia blockaded key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for a second day on Friday to protest over government's introduction of new subsidies on 2012 crop production. Serbian police were deployed throughout the area and near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving tractors to the agriculture ministry and other government buildings in central Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
SERBIA-BLOCKADE/
RTR303FG 
March 30, 2012 
Police officers stand in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Police officers stand in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo... 
Police officers stand in front of tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds of disgruntled farmers in northern Serbia blockaded key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for a second day on Friday to protest over government's introduction of new subsidies on 2012 crop production. Serbian police were deployed throughout the area and near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving tractors to the agriculture ministry and other government buildings in central Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
SERBIA-BLOCKADE/
RTR303FF 
March 30, 2012 
Farmers stand beside their tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Farmers stand beside their tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo 
Farmers stand beside their tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo March 30, 2012. Hundreds of disgruntled farmers in northern Serbia blockaded key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for a second day on Friday to protest over government's introduction of new subsidies on 2012 crop production. Serbian police were deployed throughout the area and near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving tractors to the agriculture ministry and other government buildings in central Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
SERBIA-AGRICULTURE/PROTEST
RTR2N6UC 
June 02, 2011 
A policeman stands among tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo June 2,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A policeman stands among tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo 
A policeman stands among tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds of farmers in Serbia's north continued their blockade of key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for the fourth consecutive day to protest against government plans to cut the agriculture budget. The blockade brought most of Vojvodina, Serbia's breadbasket, to a virtual standstill. Serbian police deployed its forces near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving their tractors to the Ministry of Agriculture and other government buildings in Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
SERBIA-AGRICULTURE/PROTEST
RTR2N6U6 
June 02, 2011 
People pass by tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
People pass by tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo 
People pass by tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds of farmers in Serbia's north continued their blockade of key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for the fourth consecutive day to protest against government plans to cut the agriculture budget. The blockade brought most of Vojvodina, Serbia's breadbasket, to a virtual standstill. Serbian police deployed its forces near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving their tractors to the Ministry of Agriculture and other government buildings in Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
SERBIA-AGRICULTURE/PROTEST
RTR2N6U1 
June 02, 2011 
People walk past tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
People walk past tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo 
People walk past tractors parked to block the road to Belgrade in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds of farmers in Serbia's north continued their blockade of key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for the fourth consecutive day to protest against government plans to cut the agriculture budget. The blockade brought most of Vojvodina, Serbia's breadbasket, to a virtual standstill. Serbian police deployed its forces near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving their tractors to the Ministry of Agriculture and other government buildings in Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST AGRICULTURE BUSINESS POLITICS) 
SERBIA-AGRICULTURE/PROTEST
RTR2N6TX 
June 02, 2011 
A policeman stops the traffic on the road to Belgrade, in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A policeman stops the traffic on the road to Belgrade, in the city of Pancevo 
A policeman stops the traffic on the road to Belgrade, in the city of Pancevo June 2, 2011. Hundreds of farmers in Serbia's north continued their blockade of key roads linking Vojvodina province to the capital Belgrade for the fourth consecutive day to protest against government plans to cut the agriculture budget. The blockade brought most of Vojvodina, Serbia's breadbasket, to a virtual standstill. Serbian police deployed its forces near the northern town of Pancevo to prevent farmers from driving their tractors to the Ministry of Agriculture and other government buildings in Belgrade. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR2K0MW 
December 05, 2008 
Picture shows the installations of a oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20km from Belgrade... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Picture shows the installations of a oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo 
Picture shows the installations of a oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20km from Belgrade December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrives to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR22AI1 
December 05, 2008 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrived to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR22AHZ 
December 05, 2008 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in the Serbian town of Pancevo 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrived to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR22AHT 
December 05, 2008 
The installations of oil refinery NIS is seen in Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
The installations of oil refinery NIS in Serbian town of Pancevo 
The installations of oil refinery NIS is seen in Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrived to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR22AHS 
December 05, 2008 
The installations of oil refinery NIS is seen in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
The installations of oil refinery NIS is seen in the Serbian town of Pancevo 
The installations of oil refinery NIS is seen in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrived to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR22AHM 
December 05, 2008 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in the Serbian town of Pancevo 
Workers pass by installations of oil refinery NIS in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrived to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) 
SERBIA-RUSSIA/ENERGY
RTR22AHJ 
December 05, 2008 
The installations of a oil refinery NIS is seen in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade,... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
The installations of a oil refinery NIS is seen in the Serbian town of Pancevo 
The installations of a oil refinery NIS is seen in the Serbian town of Pancevo, some 20 km from Belgrade, December 5, 2008. A delegation of Russia's Gazprom arrived to Belgrade on Friday to talk with top Serbian officials about the gas agreement that will allow Gazprom control of a majority stake in oil monopoly NIS in exchange for Serbia's inclusion in the South Stream pipeline. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GM1E73I050F01. 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYWN 
June 20, 2007 
Refugee children rest at a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ 
Refugee children rest at a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYWI 
June 20, 2007 
Refugee children rest at a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ 
Refugee children rest at a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYWF 
June 20, 2007 
A refugee man drinks coffee at a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ 
A refugee man drinks coffee at a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYWC 
June 20, 2007 
A refugee boy walks through a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ 
A refugee boy walks through a refugee centre in Pancevo June 20, 2007, on World Refugee Day. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. To match feature REFUGEE-BALKANS/ REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYW8 
June 20, 2007 
A refugee woman swats flies at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A refugee woman swats flies at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo 
A refugee woman swats flies at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYW7 
June 20, 2007 
A refugee rests at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000 refugees... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A refugee rests at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo 
A refugee rests at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALKANS/
RTR1QYW3 
June 20, 2007 
Refugees drink coffee at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Refugees drink coffee at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo 
Refugees drink coffee at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
REFUGEE-BALNAKNS/
RTR1QYW1 
June 20, 2007 
A refugee walks while holding food at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007.... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A refugee walks while holding food at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo 
A refugee walks while holding food at a refugee centre on World Refugee Day in Pancevo June 20, 2007. Some 300,000 refugees and displaced persons live in Serbia, out of a total half a million still uprooted from the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JGT4 
November 18, 2006 
Demonstrators carry a mock coffin in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Demonstrators carry a mock coffin in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful... 
Demonstrators carry a mock coffin in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions in the industrial town of Pancevo, just outside Belgrade, November 18, 2006. There are many antiquated factories in Pancevo. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JGSU 
November 18, 2006 
Protesters wear surgical masks in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Protesters wear surgical masks in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions... 
Protesters wear surgical masks in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions in the industrial town of Pancevo, just outside Belgrade, November 18, 2006. There are many antiquated factories in Pancevo. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JGSS 
November 18, 2006 
Demonstrators wear surgical masks in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
Demonstrators wear surgical masks in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful... 
Demonstrators wear surgical masks in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions in the industrial town of Pancevo, just outside Belgrade, November 18, 2006. There are many antiquated factories in Pancevo. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JGSM 
November 18, 2006 
A girl wears a surgical mask in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions... 
Pancevo, Serbia 
A girl wears a surgical mask in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions... 
A girl wears a surgical mask in front of a petrochemical plant during a protest against harmful emissions in the industrial town of Pancevo, just outside Belgrade, November 18, 2006. There are many antiquated factories in Pancevo. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JFLQ 
November 17, 2006 
A man wears a surgical mask during a protest outside the Serbian government building in Belgrade November... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
Man wears a surgical mask during a protest in Belgrade 
A man wears a surgical mask during a protest outside the Serbian government building in Belgrade November 17, 2006. Residents of an industrial Serbian town of Pancevo gathered to protest after high levels of dangerous chemicals were detected in the air. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JFLO 
November 17, 2006 
A man wears a gas mask during a protest outside the Serbian government building in Belgrade November... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
Man wears a gas mask during a protest in Belgrade 
A man wears a gas mask during a protest outside the Serbian government building in Belgrade November 17, 2006. Residents of an industrial Serbian town of Pancevo gathered to protest after high levels of dangerous chemicals were detected in the air. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIA
RTR1JFLK 
November 17, 2006 
A man holds up an X-ray negative of a pair of lungs during a protest outside the Serbian government building... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
Man holds up an X-ray negative of a pair of lungs during a protest outside the Serbian government building... 
A man holds up an X-ray negative of a pair of lungs during a protest outside the Serbian government building in Belgrade November 17, 2006. Residents of an industrial Serbian town of Pancevo gathered to protest after high levels of dangerous chemicals were detected in the air. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA) 
SERBIAMONTENEGRO UK
RTRH23S 
November 30, 2004 
Serbia and Montenegros President Marovic and British Defence Secretary Hoon smile during talks in Palace... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Serbia and Montenegros President Marovic and British Defence Secretary Hoon smile during talks ... 
Serbia and Montenegros President Marovic and British Defence Secretary Hoon smile during talks in Palace of Federation in Belgrade. Serbia and Montenegro's President Svetozar Marovic (R) and British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon (L) smile during talks in the Palace of Federation in Belgrade November 30, 2004. Mr. Hoon will hold talks with senior officials and visit the Serbia and Montenegro's Army 72nd Special Brigade in Pancevo. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic 
SERBIAMONTENEGRO UK
RTRH234 
November 30, 2004 
British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and his Serbia and Montenegro's counterpart Davinic review guard... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and his Serbia and Montenegro's counterpart Davinic review ... 
British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and his Serbia and Montenegro's counterpart Davinic review guard of honour in front of Palace of Federation In Belgrade. Serbia and Montenegro's Defence Secretary Prvoslav Davinic (R) welcomes his British counterpart Geoff Hoon (L) in front of Palace of Federation In Belgrade November 30, 2004. Mr. Hoon will hold talks with most senior officials and visit the Serbia and Montenegro's Army 72nd Special Brigade in Pancevo. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic 
SERBIAMONTENEGRO UK
RTRH22G 
November 30, 2004 
British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and his Serbia and Montenegros counterpart Davinic review guard... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and his Serbia and Montenegros counterpart Davinic review ... 
British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and his Serbia and Montenegros counterpart Davinic review guard of honour in front of Palace of Federation in Belgrade. British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon (C) and his Serbia and Montenegro's counterpart Prvoslav Davinic (2nd R) inspect the guard of honour in front of Palace of Federation in Belgrade, November 30, 2004. Hoon will hold talks with senior officials and visit the Serbia and Montenegro's Army 72nd Special Brigade in Pancevo. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic 
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR93UQ 
October 05, 2000 
Opposition supporter stands on barricade next to police cordon during road blockade in the town of Pancevo... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION SUPPORTER STANDS ON BARICADE DURING ROAD BLOCKADE IN THE TOWN OF PANCEVO. 
Opposition supporter stands on barricade next to police cordon during road blockade in the town of Pancevo near Belgrade October 5, 2000. Serbian opposition supporters from several towns pushed through police cordons and headed for Belgrade on Thursday for a huge rally aimed at forcing President Slobodan Milosevic to concede election defeat. The head of Yugoslavia's Constitutional Court said on Thursday that the disputed presidential election of September 24 would be repeated, Radio Free Europe said.

IM/ 
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR904O 
October 03, 2000 
Bulgarian truck driver Vasil Vasilski from Plovdiv-Bulgaria complains to his colleagues beside his vehicle... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
BULGARIAN TRUCK DRIVER SITS BESIDE HIS VEHICLES DURING ROAD BLOCKADE NEAR PANCEVO. 
Bulgarian truck driver Vasil Vasilski from Plovdiv-Bulgaria complains to his colleagues beside his vehicle during a road blockade near the town of Pancevo near Belgrade October 3, 2000. Opposition protests were due to be stepped up on Tuesday and in the most serious stoppages, coal miners serving Serbia's two largest thermal power plants continued strikes started at the weekend. 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. Russia's offer to mediate in Yugoslavia's stand-off has drawn an implicit rebuff from both sides, and the Belgrade opposition vowed to step up a general strike on Tuesday to force President Slobodan Milosevic to quit.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
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March 21, 2000 
Members of the student organization OTPOR (Resistance) stand in a cage made from old newspapers during... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
STUDENT ORGANIZATION OTPOR PROTEST IN PANCEVO. 
Members of the student organization OTPOR (Resistance) stand in a cage made from old newspapers during their protest in Pancevo, March 21. The protest was organized in support of free and independent media in Serbia which have been under an increasing pressure of Yugoslav authorities during the past month.

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MILOSEVIC
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September 28, 1999 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) pushes a button to start running repaired installations of... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) pushes a button to start running repaired installations of..... 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) pushes a button to start running repaired installations of a refinery, destroyed during NATO air campaign against Yugoslavia, after an opening ceremony in the town of Pancevo, some 20km from Yugoslav capital September 28. 
YUGOSLAVIA MILOSEVIC
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September 28, 1999 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) pushes a button to start running repaired installations of... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT REOPENING OF RIFINERY IN PANCEVO. 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) pushes a button to start running repaired installations of a refinery, destroyed during NATO air campaign against Yugoslavia, after an opening ceremony in the town of Pancevo, some 20km from Yugoslav capital September 28.

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YUGOSLAVIA MILOSEVIC
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September 28, 1999 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) looks up during the opening ceremony of a refinery, destroyed... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC OPENS REPAIRED REFINERY IN PANCEVO. 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (R) looks up during the opening ceremony of a refinery, destroyed in NATO air campaign against Yugoslavia in town of Pancevo, some 20km from the Yugoslav capital September 28.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
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August 19, 1999 
Protesters carry a banner reading "Eleven kilometres for 1 man only", as they walk from the town of Pancevo... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
PROTESTERS WALK TOWARDS BELGRADE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF PANCEVO. 
Protesters carry a banner reading "Eleven kilometres for 1 man only", as they walk from the town of Pancevo towards the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade to join a rally against Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and the Yugoslav government August 19. Milosevic faces a major public outcry against his leadership at a mass rally in Belgrade on Thursday evening despite throwing a string of obstacles in the path of his opponents. The banner refers to the distance the protesters must walk to reach the demonstration.

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YUGOSLAVIA RECONSTRUCTION
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July 21, 1999 
Workers repair a destroyed oil refinery unit at the Pancevo fertilizer factory July 20. The factory was... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
WORKERS REPAIR FERTILIZER FACTORY IN PANCEVO. 
Workers repair a destroyed oil refinery unit at the Pancevo fertilizer factory July 20. The factory was hit by NATO missiles on April 18. The European Union gave the go-ahead on Monday for a summit in Sarajevo at the end of the month to discuss economic and political assistance to the countries of the Balkans. The summit comes amid international efforts to rebuild the struggling economy of the region following NATO's 11-week bombing campaign against Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA RECONSTRUCTION
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July 21, 1999 
A worker repairs destroyed petrochemical unit in Pancevo fertilizer factory July 20. The factory was... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
A WORKER REPAIRS FERTILIZER FACTORY IN PANCEVO. 
A worker repairs destroyed petrochemical unit in Pancevo fertilizer factory July 20. The factory was hit by NATO missiles on April 18. The European Union gave the go-ahead on Monday for a summit in Sarajevo at the end of the month to discuss economic and political assistance to the countries of the Balkans. The summit comes amid international efforts to rebuild the struggling economy of the region following NATO's 11-week bombing campaign against Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA
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July 20, 1999 
Members of U.N. Balkans Task Force look at destroyed part of a chemical plant in Pancevo near Belgrade... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Members of U.N. Balkans Task Force look at destroyed part of a chemical plant in Pancevo near Belgra..... 
Members of U.N. Balkans Task Force look at destroyed part of a chemical plant in Pancevo near Belgrade July 20. A team of UN experts arrived in Yugoslav capital on Monday to start assessing the impact of the Kosovo conflict on the environment and human settlement in the region. This independent scientific team will spend 10 days in Serbia.
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ENVIRONMENT YUGOSLAVIA UN
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July 20, 1999 
Pekka Haavisto, former Finnish enviroment minister and Habitat Balkans Task Force Chairman, visits a... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
UN CHAIRMAN PEKKA HAAVISTO VISITS CHEMICAL PLANT IN PANCEVO. 
Pekka Haavisto, former Finnish enviroment minister and Habitat Balkans Task Force Chairman, visits a chemical plant in Pancevo near Belgrade July 20. A team of U.N. experts arrived in the Yugoslav capital on Monday to start assessing the impact of the Kosovo conflict on the environment and human settlement in the region. This independent scientific team will spend 10 days in Serbia.

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ENVIROMENT YUGOSLAVIA UN
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July 20, 1999 
Members of U.N. Balkans Task Force look at destroyed part of a chemical plant in Pancevo near Belgrade... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
UN EXPERTS LOOK AT DESTROYED PART OF CHEMICAL PLANT IN PANCEVO. 
Members of U.N. Balkans Task Force look at destroyed part of a chemical plant in Pancevo near Belgrade July 20. A team of U.N. experts arrived in Yugoslav capital on Monday to start assessing the impact of the Kosovo conflict on the environment and human settlement in the region. This independent scientific team will spend 10 days in Serbia.

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YUGOSLAVIA POLLUTION
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June 16, 1999 
Cars are stuck in water after heavy rain hit Belgrade area late June 15. Toxic fumes which were released... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
CARS STUCK AFTER HEAVY RAIN IN BELGRADE. 
Cars are stuck in water after heavy rain hit Belgrade area late June 15. Toxic fumes which were released from several bombed petrol depots in neighbouring town of Pancevo (some 15 km) dropped black rain on this city and surrounding areas. Vegetables and eggs are unusable, but people, are not directly affected by pollution.

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YUGOSLAVIA
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June 08, 1999 
Medical staff place a red cross flag on the roof of main Belgrade hospital June 8. After the collapse... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Medical staff place a red cross flag on the roof of main Belgrade hospital June 8. After the collaps..... 
Medical staff place a red cross flag on the roof of main Belgrade hospital June 8. After the collapse of the peace agreement reached last week with Yugoslav President [Slobodan Milosevic], alliance warplanes appeared to be revisiting targets which have been repeatedly attacked during the air war but were spared in recent days. Serbian local radio said the huge oil refinery at Pancevo near Belgrade was bombed. Residents in the centre of the capital heard intense anti-aircraft fire and several explosions. 
YUGOSLAVIA
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June 08, 1999 
Medical staff place a red cross flag on the roof of main Belgrade hospital June 8. After the collapse... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
MEDICAL STAFF PUTS RED CROSS FLAG ON THE ROOF OF THE HOSPITAL IN BELGRADE. 
Medical staff place a red cross flag on the roof of main Belgrade hospital June 8. After the collapse of the peace agreement reached last week with Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, alliance warplanes appeared to be revisiting targets which have been repeatedly attacked during the air war but were spared in recent days. Serbian local radio said the huge oil refinery at Pancevo near Belgrade was bombed. Residents in the centre of the capital heard intense anti-aircraft fire and several explosions.

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YUGOSLAVIA STRIKES
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June 08, 1999 
The sky over Pancevo goes red after a NATO air strike on June 8. The western alliance bombed this industrial... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
OIL REFINERY IN PANCEVO NEAR BELGRADE BURNS AFTER NATO ATTACK. 
The sky over Pancevo goes red after a NATO air strike on June 8. The western alliance bombed this industrial town north of Belgrade again, as Russia was giving its verdict on a draft United Nations Security Council Resolution which could help break the Kosovo deadlock between NATO and Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
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June 02, 1999 
A Gypsy man, Jovan Nikolic, sits in his house damaged in last night's NATO air strikes over the town... 
Pancevo, Yugoslavia 
A GYPSY MAN SITS IN DAMAGED HOUSE IN PANCEVO. 
A Gypsy man, Jovan Nikolic, sits in his house damaged in last night's NATO air strikes over the town of Pancevo some 20 km northeast of Belgrade June 2. NATO warplanes attacked Belgrade and surrounding areas overnight, just hours before key international envoys were due to arrive in the crippled capital to assess whether a peace deal might be within reach.

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