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Search results for: Sabac-(City)

YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRR7E0
September 24, 1999
Opposition supporters help Tanja Tomic, who was injured after a driver of a car, who is unknown for the...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS HALP INJURED GIRL IN SABAC.
Opposition supporters help Tanja Tomic, who was injured after a driver of a car, who is unknown for the time being, ran into a column of protesters and hit the girl during protest march against yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in town of Sabac September 24. A walk that was to mark the end of the first protest rally of the Sabac citizens organized by the Alliance for Change (SZP) ended with incident. Serbian opposition protests against Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic seemed to gather strength on Friday, with tens of thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets in towns across Serbia.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRR7DX
September 24, 1999
An opposition supporter tries to stop a driver after the driver drove his car into a column of protesters...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTER TRIES TO STOP DRIVER AFTER INJURING GIRL IN SABAC.
An opposition supporter tries to stop a driver after the driver drove his car into a column of protesters and hit a girl, Tanja Tomic, injuring her during a protest march against Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in the town of Sabac September 24. The walk that was to mark the end of the first protest rally of the Sabac citizens organized by the Alliance for Change (SZP) ended with incident. Serbian opposition protests against Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic seemed to gather strength on Friday, with tens of thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets in towns across Serbia.

PEK/JDP
YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTR11WE6
July 26, 1999
Leader of opposition Democratic Party Zoran Djindjic waves to supporters during protest in Sabac, some...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION LEADER ZORAN DJINDJIC WAVES TO SUPPORTERS DURING PROTEST IN SABAC.
Leader of opposition Democratic Party Zoran Djindjic waves to supporters during protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main square of an industrial town, calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQN7B
July 26, 1999
A young girl attends an opposition protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
A GIRL ATTENDS OPPOSITION PROTEST IN SABAC.
A young girl attends an opposition protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main square of an industrial town, calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQN78
July 26, 1999
Elderly opposition supporter waves Democratic Party flag during protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
ELDERLY OPPOSITION SUPPORTER WAVES DEMOCRATIC PARTY FLAG DURING PROTEST IN SABAC.
Elderly opposition supporter waves Democratic Party flag during protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main square of an industrial town, calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQN76
July 26, 1999
An angry protester shows worthless bank deposit booklets during a rally in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
AN ANGRY PROTESTER SHOWS WORTHLESS DEPOSIT BOOKLETS DURING RALLY IN SABAC.
An angry protester shows worthless bank deposit booklets during a rally in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main square of an industrial town, calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQN75
July 26, 1999
People shout during an opposition protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition...
Sabac, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE SHOUT DURING OPPOSITION PROTEST IN SABAC.
People shout during an opposition protest in Sabac, some 80 km from Belgrade July 26. About 3,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main square of an industrial town, calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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