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SERBIA-POLLUTION/AIR
RTS2SMJU
October 24, 2019
Smoke rises from the chimney of a steel plant in Smederevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture taken October...
Smederevo, Serbia
Belgrade joins the most polluted cities in the world as farmers torch fields
Smoke rises from the chimney of a steel plant in Smederevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA-POLLUTION/AIR
RTS2SMJP
October 24, 2019
Smoke and steam rises from the chimney of a steel plant in Smederevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture...
Smederevo, Serbia
Belgrade joins the most polluted cities in the world as farmers torch fields
Smoke and steam rises from the chimney of a steel plant in Smederevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA-POLLUTION/AIR
RTS2SMJH
October 24, 2019
Smoke and steam rises from the chimney of a steel plant in Smederevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture...
Smederevo, Serbia
Belgrade joins the most polluted cities in the world as farmers torch fields
Smoke and steam rises from the chimney of a steel plant in Smederevo, Serbia, October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK3C
June 22, 2005
Serbian President Boris Tadic (L), Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (R), John Surma the President...
Smederevo, Serbia
File photo of Serbian President Tadic Serbian Prime Minister Kostunica Surma the president and chief...
Serbian President Boris Tadic (L), Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (R), John Surma the President and Chief Executive Officer US Steel (2nd L) and John Goodish the Chief Operating Officer US Steel (2nd R) during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60 km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK3A
June 22, 2005
Serbian President Boris Tadic (6th L), Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (5th R) and Serbian...
Smederevo, Serbia
Serbian President Tadic, Serbian PM Kostunica and Serbian Crown Prince Karadjordjevic during visit to...
Serbian President Boris Tadic (6th L), Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (5th R) and Serbian Crown Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic (4th R) during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60 km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK39
June 22, 2005
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo,...
Smederevo, Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Kostunica during visit to US Steel mill in Smederevo
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60 km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK38
June 22, 2005
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo,...
Smederevo, Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Kostunica during visit to US Steel mill in Smederevo
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60 km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK36
June 22, 2005
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (L) and Serbian Crown Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic during...
Smederevo, Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Kostunica and Serbian Crown Prince Karadjordjevic during visit to US Steel mill...
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (L) and Serbian Crown Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60 km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK33
June 22, 2005
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (C) and Serbian President Boris Tadic (2nd R from C) during...
Smederevo, Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Kostunica and Serbian President Tadic during visit to US Steel mill in Smederevo...
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (C) and Serbian President Boris Tadic (2nd R from C) during visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA
RTR1JK2Z
June 22, 2005
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica talks to media during his visit to US Steel mill in Serbian...
Smederevo, Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica talks to media during his visit to US Steel mill in Serbian...
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica talks to media during his visit to US Steel mill in Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60km from Belgrade June 22, 2005. The Serbian unit of U.S. Steel Corp. said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.6 million tones of steel slabs this year, up from 1.1 million tones in 2004, after it restarted a blast furnace that had been idled for years. U.S. Steel Corp. bought Serbian steelworks Sartid, currently U.S. Steel Serbia, and six subsidiaries in Smederevo for $23 million in 2003. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIAMONTENEGRO FLOODS
RTR6ON9
April 01, 2005
An elderly fisherman returns with his catch to his flooded home near the Serbian town of Smederevo, some...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
An elderly fisherman returns with his catch to his flooded home near the Serbian town of Smederevo.
An elderly fisherman returns with his catch to his flooded home near the Serbian town of Smederevo, some 60 km (37 miles) south of Belgrade April 1, 2005. The warm days of early spring melted the ice and snow on the mountains causing floods downstream of many Serbian rivers. REUTERS/Marko Djurica IM/YH/PEK
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTRO4PF
August 27, 2003
KRUPINAC OF SARAJEVO JUMPS FOR THE BALL WITH KOCIC OF SARTID DURING
THEIR UEFA CUP QUALIFYING MATCH...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
KRUPINAC OF SARAJEVO JUMPS FOR THE BALL WITH KOCIC OF SARTID DURING
THEIR UEFA CUP QUALIFYING ...
KRUPINAC OF SARAJEVO JUMPS FOR THE BALL WITH KOCIC OF SARTID DURING
THEIR UEFA CUP QUALIFYING MATCH IN SMEDEREVO.
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTRO4P9
August 27, 2003
EDIN PEHLIC OF SARAJEVO STRUGGLES FOR THE BALL WITH MILORAD ZECEVIC OF
SARTID SMEDEREVO DURING THEIR...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
EDIN PEHLIC OF SARAJEVO STRUGGLES FOR THE BALL WITH MILORAD ZECEVIC OF
SARTID SMEDEREVO DURING ...
EDIN PEHLIC OF SARAJEVO STRUGGLES FOR THE BALL WITH MILORAD ZECEVIC OF
SARTID SMEDEREVO DURING THEIR UEFA CUP QUALIFYING ROUND, SECOND LEG IN
SMEDEREVO, YUGOSLAVIA.
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTRO4P3
August 27, 2003
NENAD MIROSAVLJEVIC OF SARTID FIGHTS FOR THE BALL WITH ALEN AVDIC AND
AGMAN OSMANHODZIC OF SARAJEVO...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
NENAD MIROSAVLJEVIC OF SARTID FIGHTS FOR THE BALL WITH ALEN AVDIC AND
AGMAN OSMANHODZIC OF ...
NENAD MIROSAVLJEVIC OF SARTID FIGHTS FOR THE BALL WITH ALEN AVDIC AND
AGMAN OSMANHODZIC OF SARAJEVO DURING THEIR UEFA CUP QUALIFYING ROUND,
SECOND LEG IN SMEDEREVO.
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZ1V2
October 03, 2002
IPSWICH TOWN'S MCGREAL AND GEORGE STRUGGLE FOR THE BALL WITH DJOKIC AND
ZECEVIC OF SARTID SMEDEREVO...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
IPSWICH TOWN'S MCGREAL AND GEORGE STRUGGLE FOR THE BALL WITH DJOKIC AND
ZECEVIC OF SARTID ...
IPSWICH TOWN'S MCGREAL AND GEORGE STRUGGLE FOR THE BALL WITH DJOKIC AND
ZECEVIC OF SARTID SMEDEREVO DURING THEIR UEFA CUP FIRST ROUND SECOND
LEG SOOCER MATCH IN BELGRADE.
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZ1UM
October 03, 2002
BROWN OF IPSWICH TOWN JUMPS FOR THE BALL WITH ZECEVIC OF SARTID
SMEDEREVO DURING THEIR UEFA CUP FIRST...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
BROWN OF IPSWICH TOWN JUMPS FOR THE BALL WITH ZECEVIC OF SARTID
SMEDEREVO DURING THEIR UEFA CUP ...
BROWN OF IPSWICH TOWN JUMPS FOR THE BALL WITH ZECEVIC OF SARTID
SMEDEREVO DURING THEIR UEFA CUP FIRST ROUND SECOND LEG SOOCER MATCH IN
BELGRADE.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR14A0X
July 07, 2001
Markus Schroth (down) of Munich 1860 fights for control of the ball
with Marko Socanac (up) of Sartid...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
SCHROTH OF MUNICH 1860 FIGHTS FOR THE BALL WITH SOCANOC OF SARTID
DURING INTERTOTO GAME IN SMEDEREVO....
Markus Schroth (down) of Munich 1860 fights for control of the ball
with Marko Socanac (up) of Sartid during their UEFA Intertoto cup
second round second leg soccer match in Smederevo July 7, 2001.

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YUGOSLAVIA AID
RTRBY30
December 12, 2000
EUROPEAN UNION HUMANITARIAN AID COMMISSIONER POUL NIELSON VISITS SOUP KITCHEN FOR REFUGEES IN TOWN OF...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
EUROPEAN UNION HUMANITARIAN AID COMMISSIONER POUL NIELSON VISITS SOUP KITCHEN FOR REFUGEES IN ...
EUROPEAN UNION HUMANITARIAN AID COMMISSIONER POUL NIELSON VISITS SOUP KITCHEN FOR REFUGEES IN TOWN OF SMEDEREVO.


European Union humanitarian aid commissioner Poul Nielson visits a kitchen in the central Serbian town of Smederevo where food is prepared for refugees and internally displaced people from Kosovo December 12, 2000. Nielsen was in Yugoslavia for a five-day visit, during which he would also meet new President Vojislav Kostunica. The European Union is helping Yugoslavia with a 200 million euro ($175 million) emergency aid package during the cold winter months.
YUGOSLAVIA AID
RTRBY27
December 12, 2000
EUROPEAN UNION HUMANITARIAN AID COMMISSIONER POUL NIELSON TASTES FOOD PREPARED FOR REFUGEES IN TOWN OF...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
EUROPEAN UNION HUMANITARIAN AID COMMISSIONER POUL NIELSON TASTES FOOD PREPARED FOR REFUGEES IN ...
EUROPEAN UNION HUMANITARIAN AID COMMISSIONER POUL NIELSON TASTES FOOD PREPARED FOR REFUGEES IN TOWN OF SMEDEREVO.


European Union Humanitarian Aid Commissioner Poul Nielson tastes food prepared for refugees and internally displaced people from Kosovo during a visit to a kitchen in the central Serbian town of Smederevo December 12, 2000. Nielsen in Yugoslavia for a five-day visit, during which he would also meet President Vojislav Kostunica. The European Union is helping Yugoslavia with a 200 million euro ($175 million) emergency aid package during the cold winter months.
YUGOSLAVIA REFUGEES
RTR2GZ5
March 22, 2000
Occupants of the refugee camp in Smederevo complain about living conditions to UN High Commissioner for...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
SADAKO OGATA VISITS REFUGEE CAMP IN SMEDEREVO.
Occupants of the refugee camp in Smederevo complain about living conditions to UN High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata during her visit to this town 50kms southeast of Belgrade March 22. Serbia has Europe's biggest refugee population, with more than half a million people displaced by conflicts in Croatia, Bosnia and now Kosovo.

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YUGOSLAVIA REFUGEES
RTR2GZ1
March 22, 2000
Children play during U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata's visit to a refugee camp in Smederevo,...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
SADAKO OGATA IN REFUGEES CAMP IN TOWN OF SMEDEREVO.
Children play during U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata's visit to a refugee camp in Smederevo, a town 50 kilometres southeast of Yugoslavia's capital Belgrade. Serbia has Europe's biggest refugee population with more than half a million people displaced by conflicts in Croatia, Bosnia and now Kosovo.

GT/
YUGOSLAVIA REFUGEES
RTR2GYH
March 22, 2000
Occupants of a refugee camp in Smederevo complain about living conditions to UN High Commissioner for...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
SADAKO OGATA IN REFUGEES CAMP IN TOWN OF SMEDEREVO.
Occupants of a refugee camp in Smederevo complain about living conditions to UN High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata during her visit to this town 50 km southeast of Belgrade March 22. Serbia has Europe's biggest refugee population, with more than half a million people displaced by conflicts in Croatia, Bosnia and now Kosovo.

GT/
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPQ4M
June 03, 1999
An elderly man stands in front of his house damaged after NATO air raids over the town of Smederevo some...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
A MAN STANDS IN FRONT OF HIS DAMAGED HOUSE AFTER NATO AIR RAIDS IN SMEDEREVO.
An elderly man stands in front of his house damaged after NATO air raids over the town of Smederevo some 60 km south east of Belgrade June 3. NATO's warplanes roared into the 71st day of bombardment over Serbia striking power plants, bridges, communications links, TV transmitters and an array of other targets throughout Serbia.

DB/AA
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPO5R
June 01, 1999
Picture shows a bombed fuel depot near Smederevo some 60 km south of Belgrade after NATO air strikes...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
PICTURE SHOWS BOMBED FUEL DEPOT IN SMEDEREVO AFTER NATO AIR RAIDS.
Picture shows a bombed fuel depot near Smederevo some 60 km south of Belgrade after NATO air strikes on a fuel depot June 1. NATO warplanes roared into the 70th day of attacks against Yugoslavia, hammering a range of targets overnight despite reports President Slobodan Milosevic may be closer to accepting big power conditions for a ceasefire.

DB/AA
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPO5M
June 01, 1999
A piece of a bombed fuel tank sits in the middle of a road near Smederevo some 60 km south of Belgrade...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
A PIECE OF BOMBED FUEL TANK BLOCKS A ROAD IN SMEDEREVO.
A piece of a bombed fuel tank sits in the middle of a road near Smederevo some 60 km south of Belgrade after NATO air strikes on a fuel depot June 1. NATO warplanes launched the 70th day of attacks against Yugoslavia, hammering a range of targets overnight despite reports that President Slobodan Milosevic may be closer to accepting conditions for a ceasefire.

DB/AS
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPLQZ
May 29, 1999
Two policemen stand on a bridge over the Danube river near the town of Smederevo, some 60km southeast...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
TWO POLICEMEN STAND ON DESTROYED BRIDGE OVER THE DANUBE RIVER NEAR SMEDEREVO.
Two policemen stand on a bridge over the Danube river near the town of Smederevo, some 60km southeast of Belgrade May 29, destroyed in recent NATO air strikes over this area. NATO mounted night and daytime raids across Serbia on Saturday and said it had not changed its strategy despite positive comments from Russian peace envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin after a visit to Belgrade.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPLQK
May 29, 1999
People use a raft to cross the Danube river near the town of Smederevo, some 60km southeast of Belgrade...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE USE RAFT TO CROSS THE DANUBE RIVER NEAR SMEDEREVO.
People use a raft to cross the Danube river near the town of Smederevo, some 60km southeast of Belgrade May 29 after bridge over the river was destroyed in recent NATO air strikes over the area. NATO mounted night and daytime raids across Serbia on Saturday and said it had not changed its strategy despite positive comments from Russian peace envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin after a visit to Belgrade.

IM/FMS
YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPB81
May 19, 1999
People enter a boat to cross the Danube river May 18 next to a bridge destroyed in recent NATO air strikes...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE ENTER BOAT TO CROSS DANUBE RIVER IN SMEDEREVO.
People enter a boat to cross the Danube river May 18 next to a bridge destroyed in recent NATO air strikes over the town of Smederevo. Talks between Russia and the United States in Helsinki on forging a joint approach to the Kosovo crisis ended on a positive note on Wednesday, Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari said. He said Russia's representative at the talks, Balkans envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin, would travel to Belgrade and that the negotiators would soon meet again in Moscow.

PEK/GB
YUGOSLAVIA
RTRO4L6
April 16, 1999
YUGOSLAVIA-BLAST:SMEDEREVO,16APR99 - People row a boat, April 16, across the Danube next to the 1,300...
Smederevo, Yugoslavia
DESTROYED BRIDGE OVER DANUBE NEAR SMEDEREVO.
YUGOSLAVIA-BLAST:SMEDEREVO,16APR99 - People row a boat, April 16, across the Danube next to the 1,300 metre long bridge between Smederevo and Kovin which was struck by two NATO missiles on Thursday. NATO planes launched another round of attacks on Yugoslavia on Thursday night, hitting targets in Belgrade, Novi Sad and the town of Subotica just 12 km (seven miles) from the Hungarian border.

EV/FMS
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