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Living with an Upside Down World - 27 Aug 2013
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RTX12X26
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013....
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX12X22
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types a text message on her mobile phone in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic types a text message on her mobile phone in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types a text message on her mobile phone in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX12X20
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013....
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX12X1S
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, reads the newspaper upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic reads the newspaper upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, reads the newspaper upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX12X1R
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, looks on by her upside down screen in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic looks on by her upside down screen in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, looks on by her upside down screen in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX12X1P
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types on her keyboard upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic types on her keyboard upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types on her keyboard upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX12X1N
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, writes upside down in her office in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic writes upside down in her office in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, writes upside down in her office in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX12X1M
August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013....
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA
RTR1FQJG
July 22, 2006
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km (125 miles)...
Uzice, Serbia & Montenegro
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km (125 miles) south from Belgrade, July 22, 2006. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA
RTR1FQJD
July 22, 2006
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km (125 miles)...
Uzice, Serbia & Montenegro
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km (125 miles) from Belgrade, July 22, 2006. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA
RTR1FQJA
July 22, 2006
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200 km (125 miles)...
Uzice, Serbia & Montenegro
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice
A man jumps from an old bridge on the river Djetinja in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200 km (125 miles) south from Belgrade, July 22, 2006. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR15K8H
October 02, 2000
Opposition supporters stand beside a bulldozer during a blockade over the outcome of the Yugoslav election...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS STAND BESIDE BULLDOZER DURING A ROAD BLOCKADE NEAR UZICE.
Opposition supporters stand beside a bulldozer during a blockade over the outcome of the Yugoslav election on the main road connecting the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade and Montenegrian capital of Podgorica outside the town of Uzice October 2, 2000. A blockade and campaign of civil disobedience called by opponents of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic got off to a slow start in Belgrade on Monday, while across Serbia protesters blocked roads, miners staged strikes and children skipped school.

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YUGOSLAVIA BLOCKADE
RTR8XSI
October 02, 2000
A Yugoslavian opposition party supporter covers his face with a plastic bag during a blockade over election...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTER COVERS HIS FACE WITH PLASTIC BAG DURING ROAD BLOCKADE NEAR UZICE.
A Yugoslavian opposition party supporter covers his face with a plastic bag during a blockade over election fraud on the main road connecting Belgrade and the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica outside the town of Uzice October 2, 2000. A blockade and campaign of civil disobedience called by opponents of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic got off to a slow start in Belgrade on Monday, with just a few streets in the suburbs blocked by rubbish containers.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8XPZ
October 02, 2000
Opposition supporters ride a bulldozer during a blockade over the outcome of the Yugoslav election on...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS RIDE BULLDOZER DURING A ROAD BLOCKADE NEAR UZICE.
Opposition supporters ride a bulldozer during a blockade over the outcome of the Yugoslav election on the main road connecting the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade and Montenegrin capital of Podgorica outside the town of Uzice October 2, 2000. A blockade and campaign of civil disobedience called by opponents of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic got off to a slow start in Belgrade on Monday, while across Serbia protesters blocked roads, miners staged strikes and children skipped school.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8XAS
October 01, 2000
Two bikes lead a column of 330 vehicles with some 2,000 opposition supporters in protest over election...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
COLUMN OF 330 VEHICLES OVERLOADED WITH OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS ON A ROAD IN UZICE.
Two bikes lead a column of 330 vehicles with some 2,000 opposition supporters in protest over election fraud on the main road connecting the Yugoslav capital Belgrade and the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica outside the town of Uzice October 1, 2000. Protesters blocked a major road in the Yugoslav capital on Sunday in what they called a "dress rehearsal" for a country-wide campaign of civil disobedience against President Slobodan Milosevic to begin on Monday.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8X9J
October 01, 2000
Opposition supporters wave from a car decorated with a Serbian flag as they drive in protest over election...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS WAVE FROM A CAR ON A ROAD NEAR UZICE.
Opposition supporters wave from a car decorated with a Serbian flag as they drive in protest over election fraud on the main road connecting the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade and the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica near the town of Uzice October 1, 2000. Protesters blocked a major road in the Yugoslav capital on Sunday in what they called a "dress rehearsal" for a country-wide campaign of civil disobedience against President Slobodan Milosevic to begin on Monday.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8X9C
October 01, 2000
A column of 330 vehicles carrying some 2,000 opposition supporters drives in protest over election fraud...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
COLUMN OF 330 VEHICLES OVERLOADED WITH OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS DRIVE ON A ROAD NEAR UZICE.
A column of 330 vehicles carrying some 2,000 opposition supporters drives in protest over election fraud on the main road connecting the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade and the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica near the town of Uzice October 1, 2000. Protesters blocked a major road in the Yugoslav capital on Sunday in what they called a "dress rehearsal" for a country-wide campaign of civil disobedience against President Slobodan Milosevic to begin on Monday.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8V9M
September 29, 2000
Opposition supporters pass by a huge election billboard of the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia candidate...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS PASS BY BILLBOARD OF YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC IN UZICE.
Opposition supporters pass by a huge election billboard of the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia candidate Slobodan Milosevic during a protest in Uzice, some 200 km south-west from Belgrade, September 29, 2000. Supporters of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia are protesting across Serbia demanding recognition of their victory in the first round of presidential elections in Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8V8X
September 29, 2000
Opposition supporters take down the election billboard of the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia candidate...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS TAKE DOWN PICTURE OF YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC.
Opposition supporters take down the election billboard of the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia candidate Slobodan Milosevic during the protest in Uzice, some 200 km south-west of Belgrade, September 29, 2000. Supporters of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia are protesting across Serbia demanding recognition of their victory in the first round of presidential elections in Yugoslavia.

IM/CRB
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8UMM
September 29, 2000
High school pupils gather on the main city square in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km south west...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
HIGH SCHOOL PUPPILS GATHER ON THE MAIN CITY SQUARE IN THE SERBIAN TOWN OF UZICE.
High school pupils gather on the main city square in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km south west from Belgrade holding leaflets saying "He's finished" September 29, 2000. Protests against Slobodan Milosevic spread through Serbia on Friday as his opponents launched a campaign of strikes and civil disobedience to force the Yugoslav leader to accept defeat in Sunday's elections. In Uzice cafes were almost the only thing open, with the medical centre, schools, transportation and other public services affected by strikes.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8ULY
September 29, 2000
Opposition supporters block the road in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km south west from Belgrade...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS BLOCK THE ROAD IN THE SERBIAN TOWN OF UZICE.
Opposition supporters block the road in the Serbian town of Uzice, some 200km south west from Belgrade September 29, 2000. Protests against Slobodan Milosevic spread through Serbia on Friday as his opponents launched a campaign of strikes and civil disobedience to force the Yugoslav leader to accept defeat in Sunday's elections. In Uzice cafes were almost the only thing open, with the medical centre, schools, transportation and other public services affected by strikes.

IM/FMS
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8LS6
September 24, 2000
Elderly woman casts her vote at polling station in the village of Prilipac, near Uzice, some 170 km south-west...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
AN ELDERLY WOMAN CASTS HER VOTE AT POLLING STATION IN THE SERBIAN VILLAGE OF PRILIPAC.
Elderly woman casts her vote at polling station in the village of Prilipac, near Uzice, some 170 km south-west of Belgrade September 24, 2000. Some seven million voters in Yugoslavia that consists of Serbia and Montenegro will cast their ballots in crucial general elections and elect the federal president, parliament members and municipal deputies.

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YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR8LS0
September 24, 2000
An elderly villager arrives to cast his vote at polling station in the village of Prijanovci, near Uzice,...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
AN ELDERLY VILLAGER ARRIVES TO CAST HIS VOTE AT POLLING STATION IN THE SERBIAN VILLAGE OF PRIJANOVCI....
An elderly villager arrives to cast his vote at polling station in the village of Prijanovci, near Uzice, some 170 km south-west of Belgrade September 24, 2000. Some seven million voters in Yugoslavia that consists of Serbia and Montenegro will cast their ballots in crucial general elections and elect the federal president, parliament members and municipal deputies.

IM/JRE
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR83X8
September 11, 2000
THE DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA (DOS) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA IS KISSED BY YOUNG...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
THE DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA (DOS) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA IS KISSED BY ...
THE DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA (DOS) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA IS KISSED BY YOUNG BOY IN THE TOWN OF UZICE.


The Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) presidential candidate Vojislav Kostunica is kissed by young boy during his visit to the Serbian town of Uzice some 200 km south-west from Belgrade, September 11, 2000. Some 10,000 people rallied in this western Serbian town in support of Vojislav Kostunica, the main opposition challenger to Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in this month's elections.
YUGOSLAVIA
RTR122J5
August 07, 1999
A man jumps from a 11 meters high bridge into a river Djetinja for a price of 4,500 Yugoslav Dinars (...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
A MAN JUMPS FROM A BRIDGE IN UZICE.
A man jumps from a 11 meters high bridge into a river Djetinja for a price of 4,500 Yugoslav Dinars ( $220) during traditional contest in town of Uzice, some 200km southwest from Belgrade August 7.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRQEDK
July 06, 1999
Serb boys wave Democratic Party flags during an anti-government rally in Uzice, some 200km southwest...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
BOYS WAVE FLAGS DURING ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN UZICE.
Serb boys wave Democratic Party flags during an anti-government rally in Uzice, some 200km southwest of Belgrade July 6. Pressure mounted on the embattled Yugoslav government on Tuesday, as opposition politicians called for change and protesters flocked to the streets to demand President Slobodan Milosevic's resignation.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRQEDG
July 06, 1999
Democratic Party leader Zoran Djindjic (L) waves to supporters during an anti-government rally in Uzice,...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
DEMOCRATIC PARTY LEADER ZORAN DJINDJIC DURING ANTI-GOVERNMENT RALLY IN UZICE.
Democratic Party leader Zoran Djindjic (L) waves to supporters during an anti-government rally in Uzice, some 200kms southwest of Belgrade, July 6. Pressure mounted on the embattled Yugoslav government on Tuesday, as opposition politicians called for change and protesters flocked to the streets to demand President Slobodan Milosevic's resignation.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRQCH9
July 02, 1999
A woman pushes a pram with her baby as people sign a petition demanding the resignation of Yugoslav President...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
A WOMAN PUSHES PRAM IN UZICE.
A woman pushes a pram with her baby as people sign a petition demanding the resignation of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, in town of Uzice, some 200km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade July 2. A pivotal Serbian party on Friday denied plans to rejoin the government, saying it would remain in opposition unless there was fundamental political change in Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA STRIKES
RTRPKIB
May 28, 1999
Smoke rises over Uzice, 200kms southwest of Belgrade, as the first of three NATO missiles hit a TV transmitter...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
SMOKE RISES OVER UZICE AFTER NATO MISSILE HIT TV TRANSMITTER.
Smoke rises over Uzice, 200kms southwest of Belgrade, as the first of three NATO missiles hit a TV transmitter atop the Zabucje hill May 28. The transmitter was destroyed one hour after noon while Russia's Kosovo envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin was in Belgrade for peace talks with Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRPJKG
May 27, 1999
Smoke rises as NATO missiles hit the side of a mountain while targetting a telecomunications transmitter...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
SMOKE RISES DURING NATO AIR RAID ON TELECOMUNICATIONS TRANSMITTER NEAR UZICE.
Smoke rises as NATO missiles hit the side of a mountain while targetting a telecomunications transmitter near Uzice, some 200 kms south west of Belgrade, May 27. NATO stepped up the pace of its air campaign against Yugoslavia on Wednesday and in the third month of its air campaign, said its planes flew 741 sorties, the highest number of the campaign so far.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTROZXT
May 09, 1999
A Serb woman and her children passes the main post office building in the town of Uzice, (rear) some...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
WOMAN AND HER CHILDREN PASSES DESTROYED PTT BUILDING.
A Serb woman and her children passes the main post office building in the town of Uzice, (rear) some 200kms southwest of Belgrade, which was destroyed after last night's NATO air strikes May 9. NATO continued to bomb Yugoslavia with attacks mostly concentrated on telecommunications targets in central Serbia, Serb media and Internet sites said on Sunday.

PEK/
YUGOSLAVIA
RTROZXN
May 09, 1999
Workers repair glass near the main post office building in the town of Uzice, (rear) some 200kms southwest...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
WORKERS REPAIR GLASS BESIDE DESTROYED PTT BUILDING.
Workers repair glass near the main post office building in the town of Uzice, (rear) some 200kms southwest of Belgrade, which was destroyed after last night's NATO air strikes May 9. NATO continued to bomb Yugoslavia with attacks mostly concentrated on telecommunications targets in central Serbia, Serb media and Internet sites said on Sunday.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTROZXI
May 09, 1999
An elderly Serb woman enters a pharmacy near the main post office building in the town of Uzice, (rear)...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
AN ELDERLY WOMAN ENTERS PHARMACY NEXT TO DESTROYED PTT BUILDING.
An elderly Serb woman enters a pharmacy near the main post office building in the town of Uzice, (rear) some 200kms southwest of Belgrade, which was destroyed after last night's NATO air strikes May 9. NATO continued to bomb Yugoslavia with attacks mostly concentrated on telecommunications targets in central Serbia, Serb media and Internet sites said on Sunday.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTROZXD
May 09, 1999
The main post office building in the town of Uzice, (C) some 200kms southwest of Belgrade, is seen destroyed...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
DESTROYED PTT BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN UZICE.
The main post office building in the town of Uzice, (C) some 200kms southwest of Belgrade, is seen destroyed after last night's NATO air strikes May 9. NATO continued to bomb Yugoslavia with attacks mostly concentrated on telecommunications targets in central Serbia, Serb media and Internet sites said on Sunday.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRODUJ
April 23, 1999
PTT workers walk through the bombed building after a NATO missile hit the town's central post office...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
A MAN WALKS THROUGH DEBRIS AFTER NATO ATTACK IN POST OFFICE IN UZICE.
PTT workers walk through the bombed building after a NATO missile hit the town's central post office knocking off 20,000 phone lines in Uzice, some 200km southwest of Belgrade April 23. NATO struck at the Serbian television centre in Belgrade on Friday, saying the alliance was now determined to bring its air campaign home to President Slobodan Milosevic.

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YUGOSLAVIA nATO
RTRODUB
April 23, 1999
Jovsa Vasovic cleans his bedroom after a NATO missile hit the town's central post office knocking out...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
A MAN CLEANS HIS BEDROOM AFTER NATO ATTACK IN UZICE.
Jovsa Vasovic cleans his bedroom after a NATO missile hit the town's central post office knocking out 20,000 phone lines in Uzice, some 200km southwest of Belgrade April 23.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTROAKG
April 21, 1999
Young protesters with faces painted in the Serbian flag display a three-fingers Serbian Orthodox sign...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
PROTESTER DISPLAYS THREE FINGERS SIGN IN UZICE.
Young protesters with faces painted in the Serbian flag display a three-fingers Serbian Orthodox sign through a poster reading, "Kosovo is Serbia" in Uzice, some 200km southwest of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade April 21. The children were protesting NATO air strikes.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTRNIPP
March 30, 1999
Youths burn American flag as they stage mock funeral for U.S. President Bill Clinton during protest against...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
YOUTHS BURN AMERICAN FLAG IN UZICE.
Youths burn American flag as they stage mock funeral for U.S. President Bill Clinton during protest against NATO air-strikes in the Yugoslav town of Uzice, some 200km southwest of Belgrade March 30. Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov held talks with Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic on Tuesday in an emergency bid to end the Kosovo crisis and NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRNIP8
March 30, 1999
People carry a coffin as they stage a funeral for U.S. President Bill Clinton during a protest against...
Uzice, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE CARRY COFFIN IN UZICE.
People carry a coffin as they stage a funeral for U.S. President Bill Clinton during a protest against NATO air-strikes on Yugoslavia in the town of Uzice, some 200km southwest of Belgrade March 30. Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov held talks with Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic on Tuesday in an emergency bid to end the Kosovo crisis and NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.

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RTRTYF7
September 15, 1997
A young girl holds up a picture of Vuk Draskovic, presidential candidate in the upcoming Serbian presidential...
YOUNG GIRL HOLDS PICTURE OF VUK DRASKOVIC
A young girl holds up a picture of Vuk Draskovic, presidential candidate in the upcoming Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, during a rally in the city of Uzice, some 250km southwest of Belgrade, September 14. Draskovic is the candidate of Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) for the elections scheduled for September 21.

SERBIA ELECTIONS
RTR6NE7
September 11, 1997
Zoran Lilic, former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and...
PRESIDENTAL CANDIDATE ZORAN LILIC ELECTION CAMPAIGN
Zoran Lilic, former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, waves to supporters during pre-election rally in city of Uzice, some 250km southwest of Belgrade, September 11. Lilic is the candidate of ruling coalition of Serbian Socialist Party, New Democracy and Yugoslav Left.

SERBIA ELECTIONS
RTR6NCZ
September 11, 1997
A supporter of the Serbian Socialist Party (SPS) holds posters of Zoran Lilic (R), former Yugoslav President...
A SUPPORTER SMILES IN CAJETINA
A supporter of the Serbian Socialist Party (SPS) holds posters of Zoran Lilic (R), former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, and current Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic during a pre-election rally in the city of Uzice, some 250km southwest of Belgrade, September 11. Lilic is the candidate of ruling coalition of Serbian Socialist Party, New Democracy and Yugoslav Left.

ELECTIONS
RTR6NCS
September 11, 1997
A supporter of the Serbian Socialist Party (SPS) holds posters of Zoran Lilic (R), former Yugoslav President...
A SUPPORTER SMILES IN CAJETINA
A supporter of the Serbian Socialist Party (SPS) holds posters of Zoran Lilic (R), former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, and current Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic during a pre-election rally in the city of Uzice, some 250km southwest of Belgrade, September 11. Lilic is the candidate of ruling coalition of Serbian Socialist Party, New Democracy and Yugoslav Left.

ELECTIONS
RTR6NCJ
September 11, 1997
Zoran Lilic, former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and...
PRESIDENTAL CANDIDATE ZORAN LILIC ELECTION CAMPAIGN
Zoran Lilic, former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, waves to supporters during pre-election rally in city of Uzice, some 250km southwest of Belgrade, September 11. Lilic is the candidate of ruling coalition of Serbian Socialist Party, New Democracy and Yugoslav Left.

SERBIA ELECTIONS
RTR6NCE
September 11, 1997
Zoran Lilic, former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and...
PRESIDENTAL CANDIDATE ZORAN LILIC ELECTION CAMPAIGN
Zoran Lilic, former Yugoslav President and presidential candidate in upcoming Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, waves to supporters during pre-election rally in city of Uzice, some 250km southwest of Belgrade, September 11. Lilic is the candidate of ruling coalition of Serbian Socialist Party, New Democracy and Yugoslav Left.

SERBIA ELECTIONS
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