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SERBIA/
RTR38IXY
September 28, 2012
A 7,000-year-old bronze axe found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured near southern...
Prokuplje, Serbia
A 7,000-year-old bronze axe found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured near southern...
A 7,000-year-old bronze axe found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured near southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that their findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXX
September 28, 2012
A 7,000-year-old figurine of a woman found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured...
Prokuplje, Serbia
A 7,000-year-old figurine of a woman found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured...
A 7,000-year-old figurine of a woman found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured near the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that their findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXV
September 28, 2012
A 7,000-year-old figurine of a woman found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured,...
Prokuplje, Serbia
A 7,000-year-old figurine of woman found at renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured, near...
A 7,000-year-old figurine of a woman found at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik is pictured, near the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that their findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXT
September 28, 2012
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement Plocnik, near southern Serbian...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement Plocnik, near southern Serbian...
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement Plocnik, near southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that the findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXS
September 28, 2012
A member of an archaeological team shows pieces of metal and stone at the renewed Neolithic settlement...
Prokuplje, Serbia
A member of an archaeological team shows pieces of metal and stone at the renewed Neolithic settlement...
A member of an archaeological team shows pieces of metal and stone at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik, near southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that the findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXQ
September 28, 2012
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik, near southern...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik, near southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that the findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXP
September 28, 2012
Miljana Radivojevic, a member of an archaeological team, poses for a picture at the renewed Neolithic...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Radivojevic, a member of an archaeological team, poses for a picture at the renewed Neolithic settlement...
Miljana Radivojevic, a member of an archaeological team, poses for a picture at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik, near southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that the findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA/
RTR38IXK
September 28, 2012
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik, near southern...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik
Members of an archaeological team work at the renewed Neolithic settlement in Plocnik, near southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, some 300 km (186 miles) from capital Belgrade, September 27, 2012. The archaeologists say that the findings indicate that tribes that lived in the Balkans 5,300 years BC processed copper and other metals, earlier then previously anticipated. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR31VI8
May 10, 2012
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic arrives for a campaign rally in the...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic arrives for a campaign rally in Prokuplje
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic arrives for a campaign rally in the southern town of Prokuplje May 10, 2012. Serbia's main opposition party accused the dominant pro-Western Democratic Party on Thursday of stealing 500,000 votes in weekend elections and threatened to call supporters into the streets after an upcoming presidential run-off. The accusations come a day after Tadic's Democratic Party announced it had reached a deal with the third-placed Socialists of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic to renew their 4-year-old governing coalition that would keep the country edging towards the European Union. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR31VHV
May 10, 2012
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic (R) poses for a picture with a supporter...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic poses for a picture with a supporter inside...
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic (R) poses for a picture with a supporter inside a coffee shop after a campaign rally in the southern town of Prokuplje May 10, 2012. Serbia's main opposition party accused the dominant pro-Western Democratic Party on Thursday of stealing 500,000 votes in weekend elections and threatened to call supporters into the streets after an upcoming presidential run-off. The accusations come a day after Tadic's Democratic Party announced it had reached a deal with the third-placed Socialists of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic to renew their 4-year-old governing coalition that would keep the country edging towards the European Union. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR31VHT
May 10, 2012
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic (L) hugs a supporter during a campaign...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic hugs a supporter during a campaign rally in...
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic (L) hugs a supporter during a campaign rally in the southern town of Prokuplje May 10, 2012. Serbia's main opposition party accused the dominant pro-Western Democratic Party on Thursday of stealing 500,000 votes in weekend elections and threatened to call supporters into the streets after an upcoming presidential run-off. The accusations come a day after Tadic's Democratic Party announced it had reached a deal with the third-placed Socialists of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic to renew their 4-year-old governing coalition that would keep the country edging towards the European Union. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR31VHN
May 10, 2012
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic (2nd R) waves to supporters during a...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic waves to supporters during a campaign rally...
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic (2nd R) waves to supporters during a campaign rally in the southern town of Prokuplje May 10, 2012. Serbia's main opposition party accused the dominant pro-Western Democratic Party on Thursday of stealing 500,000 votes in weekend elections and threatened to call supporters into the streets after an upcoming presidential run-off. The accusations come a day after Tadic's Democratic Party announced it had reached a deal with the third-placed Socialists of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic to renew their 4-year-old governing coalition that would keep the country edging towards the European Union. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR31VHK
May 10, 2012
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic reacts as he is surrounded by supporters...
Prokuplje, Serbia
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic reacts as he is surrounded by his supporters...
Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic reacts as he is surrounded by supporters during a campaign rally in the southern town of Prokuplje May 10, 2012. Serbia's main opposition party accused the dominant pro-Western Democratic Party on Thursday of stealing 500,000 votes in weekend elections and threatened to call supporters into the streets after an upcoming presidential run-off. The accusations come a day after Tadic's Democratic Party announced it had reached a deal with the third-placed Socialists of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic to renew their 4-year-old governing coalition that would keep the country edging towards the European Union. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BALKANS-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX8OA
November 12, 2007
A Neolithic figurine shows a girl in a short skirt and ornate top, found in the Plocnik archaeological...
Prokuplje, Serbia
To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY
A Neolithic figurine shows a girl in a short skirt and ornate top, found in the Plocnik archaeological site near the town of Prokuplje in southern Serbia November 3, 2007. Recent excavations at the site -- part of the Vinca culture which was Europe's biggest prehistoric civilisation -- point to a metropolis with a great degree of sophistication and a taste for art and fashion. Picture taken November 3, 2007. To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY REUTERS/Stevan Lazarevic (SERBIA)
BALKANS-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX8O7
November 12, 2007
A Neolithic figurine showing the head of a goddess, found in the Plocnik archaeological site near the...
Prokuplje, Serbia
To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY
A Neolithic figurine showing the head of a goddess, found in the Plocnik archaeological site near the town of Prokuplje, in southern Serbia November 3, 2007. Recent excavations at the site -- part of the Vinca culture which was Europe's biggest prehistoric civilisation -- point to a metropolis with a great degree of sophistication and a taste for art and fashion. Picture taken November 3, 2007. To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY REUTERS/Stevan Lazarevic (SERBIA)
BALKANS-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX8O5
November 12, 2007
A Neolithic figurine showing a goddess sitting on a bench, found in the Plocnik archaeological site...
Prokuplje, Serbia
To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY
A Neolithic figurine showing a goddess sitting on a bench, found in the Plocnik archaeological site near the town of Prokuplje in southern Serbia November 3, 2007. Recent excavations at the site -- part of the Vinca culture which was Europe's biggest prehistoric civilisation -- point to a metropolis with a great degree of sophistication and a taste for art and fashion. Picture taken November 3, 2007. To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY REUTERS/Stevan Lazarevic (SERBIA)
BALKANS-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX8O4
November 12, 2007
A Neolithic figurine showing a deer head, found in the Plocnik archaeological site near the town of...
Prokuplje, United Kingdom
To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY
A Neolithic figurine showing a deer head, found in the Plocnik archaeological site near the town of Prokuplje in southern Serbia on November 3, 2007. Recent excavations at the site -- part of the Vinca culture which was Europe's biggest prehistoric civilisation -- point to a metropolis with a great degree of sophistication and a taste for art and fashion. Picture taken November 3, 2007. To match feature BALKANS ARCHAEOLOGY REUTERS/ (SERBIA)
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES
RTRBUEM
October 09, 2002
Sasa Cvjetan (L) is followed by a guard as he arrives at the Court of
Justice in the southern Serbian...
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia
SASA CVJETAN ARRIVES AT COURT IN THE TOWN OF PROKUPLJE FOR WAR CRIMES
TRIAL.
Sasa Cvjetan (L) is followed by a guard as he arrives at the Court of
Justice in the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje October 9, 2002.
Cvjetan and Dejan Demirovic, former members of Serbian special police
units, are charged with killing at least seven ethnic Albanian
civilians in the northern Kosovo town of Podujevo in March 1999.
Cvjetan denied the charges. Since former President Slobodan Milosevic
was ousted two years ago and handed over to The Hague tribunal,
Serbia's reformist authorities have pledged to try those accused of war
crimes and stave off some of the pressure by the international court.
In July, the Prokuplje court sentenced a former soldier to eight years
in prison for war crimes. REUTERS/Stevan Lazarevic

IM/
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES
RTRXFVD
July 08, 2002
Ivan Nikolic (L) arrives at a trial followed by a guard outside the
Court of Justice in the town of...
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia
IVAN NIKOLIC ARRIVES AT TRIAL FOLLOWED BY GUARD IN TOWN OF PROKUPLJE.
Ivan Nikolic (L) arrives at a trial followed by a guard outside the
Court of Justice in the town of Prokuplje, some 300 km south of
Belgrade July 8, 2002. - In Serbia's first domestic war crimes trial, a
court on Monday sentenced an ex-Yugoslav army reservist to eight years
in jail for killing two Kosovo Albanians. The court in the southern
town of Prokuplje said there was no doubt Ivan Nikolic, 30, was guilty
of the crime, committed during NATO's 1999 bombing campaign to end Serb
repression of Kosovo's ethnic Albanian majority. REUTERS/Stevan
Lazarevic REUTERS

PEK/FMS
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQFFA
July 08, 1999
Opposition supporters shout during an anti-government rally in town of Prokuplje, about 275 km (165 miles)...
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS RALLY IN PROKUPLJE.
Opposition supporters shout during an anti-government rally in town of Prokuplje, about 275 km (165 miles) south of Belgrade July 8. Eight shots were fired into the air as an anti-government rally got under way in the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, eyewitnesses said. The Socialist Party had planned to hold a rival rally just metres away from the Alliance for Change protest - a move that had caused fears of clashes between the two sides - but decided at the last moment not to go ahead.

PEK//ME
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQFEN
July 08, 1999
Opposition supporter argues with a supporter of the ruling Socialist Party during an anti-government...
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTER ARGUES WITH RULING PARTY SUPPORTER DURING ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN PROKUPLJE.
Opposition supporter argues with a supporter of the ruling Socialist Party during an anti-government rally in town of Prokuplje, about 275 km (165 miles) south of Belgrade July 8. Eight shots were fired into the air as an anti-government rally got under way in the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, eyewitnesses said. The Socialist Party had planned to hold a rival rally just metres away from the Alliance for Change protest - a move that had caused fears of clashes between the two sides - but decided at the last moment not to go ahead.

PEK//ME
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQFEJ
July 08, 1999
Opposition supporters try to stop people from entering the building of the ruling Socialist party headquarters...
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS STOP PEOPLE ENTERING BUILDING DURING ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN PROKUPLJE.
Opposition supporters try to stop people from entering the building of the ruling Socialist party headquarters after Ratko Zecevic, head of the local and regional branches of the Socialist party fired his gun into the air from the balcony of the party's headquarters during an anti-government rally in town of Prokuplje, about 275 km (165 miles) south of Belgrade July 8. Eight shots were fired into the air as an anti-government rally got under way in the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, eyewitnesses said. They said the shots were fired behind the stage set up in the town's main square, in front of a building belonging to the local branch of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's Socialist Party.

PEK//ME
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQFEC
July 08, 1999
Ratko Zecevic, head of the local and regional branches of the ruling Socialist party fires his gun into...
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia
MAN WITH GUN DURING ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN PROKUPLJE.
Ratko Zecevic, head of the local and regional branches of the ruling Socialist party fires his gun into the air from the balcony of the party's headquarters during an anti-government rally in town of Prokuplje, about 275 km (165 miles) south of Belgrade July 8. Eight shots were fired into the air as an anti-government rally got under way in the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, eyewitnesses said. They said the shots were fired behind the stage set up in the town's main square, in front of a building belonging to the local branch of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's Socialist Party.

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