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SERBIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4FTOV
November 27, 2014
General view of the memorial monument "Stevan Filipovic" in Valjevo November 17, 2014. Across the former...
Valjevo, Serbia
Memorial monument "Stevan Filipovic" in Valjevo
General view of the memorial monument "Stevan Filipovic" in Valjevo November 17, 2014. Across the former Yugoslavia stand giant monuments to a state that no longer exists, once visited and celebrated during public holidays such as Republic Day on November 29, marking the creation of socialist Yugoslavia. Many are now neglected or ignored, aging symbols of a joint state forged during World War Two but torn apart by nationalism half a century later. Republic Day is no longer marked in any of the seven independent states that emerged from its ashes. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
BALKANS-FLOOD/
RTR3QCYX
May 22, 2014
Two men stand near a house tilted by floods in the town of Valjevo, southwest from Belgrade May 21, 2014....
Valjevo, Serbia
Two men stand near a house tilted by floods in the town of Valjevo, southwest from Belgrade
Two men stand near a house tilted by floods in the town of Valjevo, southwest from Belgrade May 21, 2014. Picture taken May 21. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BALKANS-FLOOD/
RTR3QCY5
May 22, 2014
A man walks past a house tilted by floods in the town of Valjevo, southwest from Belgrade May 21, 2014....
Valjevo, Serbia
A man walks past a house tilted by floods in the town of Valjevo, southwest from Belgrade
A man walks past a house tilted by floods in the town of Valjevo, southwest from Belgrade May 21, 2014. Picture taken May 21. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SERBIA-MLADIC/
RTXAGIZ
November 10, 2008
Vidoje Vujic, the owner of "Vujic" factory, gives a statement to the media after a police search in the...
Valjevo, Serbia
Owner of "Vujic" factory gives a statement to the media after a police search in the Serbian town of...
Vidoje Vujic, the owner of "Vujic" factory, gives a statement to the media after a police search in the Serbian town of Valjevo some 100 km (62 miles) from Belgrade November 10, 2008. Police have launched a major search for war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic in the western Serbian town of Valjevo, under the orders from Serbia's war crimes prosecutors. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
SERBIA-MLADIC/
RTXAGIQ
November 10, 2008
Workers stand in front of "Vujic" factory during a police search in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some...
Valjevo, Serbia
Workers stand in front of "Vujic" factory in the Serbian town of Valjevo
Workers stand in front of "Vujic" factory during a police search in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km (62 miles) from Belgrade, November 10, 2008. Police have launched a major search for war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic in the western Serbian town of Valjevo, under the orders from Serbia's war crimes prosecutors. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
SERBIA-MLADIC/
RTXAGIO
November 10, 2008
Serbian police officers stand in front of "Vujic" factory after they completed a search in the Serbian...
Valjevo, Serbia
Serbian police officers stand in front of "Vujic" factory in the Serbian town of Valjevo
Serbian police officers stand in front of "Vujic" factory after they completed a search in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km (62 miles) from Belgrade, November 10, 2008. Police have launched a major search for war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic in the western Serbian town of Valjevo, under the orders from Serbia's war crimes prosecutors. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
SERBIA-MLADIC/
RTXAGIN
November 10, 2008
A Serbian police officer enters a vehicle in front of "Vujic" factory after completing a search in the...
Valjevo, Serbia
A Serbian police officer enters a vehicle in front of "Vujic" factory in the Serbian town of Valjevo
A Serbian police officer enters a vehicle in front of "Vujic" factory after completing a search in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km (62 miles) from Belgrade, November 10, 2008. Police have launched a major search for war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic in the western Serbian town of Valjevo, under the orders from Serbia's war crimes prosecutors. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
SERBIA-MLADIC/
RTXAGIK
November 10, 2008
Serbian police vehicles leave "Vujic" factory after they completed a search in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Serbia
Serbian police vehicles leave "Vujic" factory in the Serbian town of Valjevo
Serbian police vehicles leave "Vujic" factory after they completed a search in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100km (62 miles) from Belgrade, November 10, 2008. Police have launched a major search for war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic in the western Serbian town of Valjevo, under the orders from Serbia's war crimes prosecutors. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
YUGOSLAVIA OPPOSITION
RTR45L4
May 13, 2000
Opposition supporters dressed as Serbian monarchist guerillas fire an old cannon during the annual ceremony...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS FIRE AN OLD CANNON DURING CELEBRATION AT RAVNA GORA.
Opposition supporters dressed as Serbian monarchist guerillas fire an old cannon during the annual ceremony at the place where the seat of the World War II monarchist guerilla movement was formed in Ravna Gora near Valjevo, some 120km from Belgrade May 13.

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YUGOSLAVIA OPPOSITION
RTR45KK
May 13, 2000
Opposition supporters wave Serbian and Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) flags during an annual ceremony...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS WAVE FLAGS AT RAVNA GORA.
Opposition supporters wave Serbian and Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) flags during an annual ceremony at the place where the seat of the World War II monarchist guerilla movement was formed in Ravna Gora near Valjevo, some 120km from Belgrade May 13.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQP85
August 02, 1999
A policeman sits on a monument during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
POLICEMEN SITS ON MONUMENT DURING OPPOSITION PROTEST IN VALJEVO.
A policeman sits on a monument during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main city square calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQP7Z
August 02, 1999
Opposition supporters wave flags during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS WAVE FLAGS IN VALJEVO.
Opposition supporters wave flags during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main city square calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQP7W
August 02, 1999
A man applauds during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A MAN APPLAUDS DURING OPPOSITION PROTEST IN VALJEVO.
A man applauds during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main city square calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQP7V
August 02, 1999
Policemen look at opposition supporters from the window of the town hall during a protest in Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
POLICEMEN OBSERVE OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS FROM TOWN HALL WINDOW IN VALJEVO.
Policemen look at opposition supporters from the window of the town hall during a protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main city square calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA OPPOSITION
RTRQP7T
August 02, 1999
Democratic Party leader Zoran Djindjic speaks to supporters during an opposition protest in Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
OPPOSITION LEADER ZORAN DJINDJIC SPEAKS TO SUPPORTERS IN VALJEVO.
Democratic Party leader Zoran Djindjic speaks to supporters during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main city square calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQP7Q
August 02, 1999
People shout during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
PROTESTERS SHOUT DURING PROTEST IN VALJEVO.
People shout during an opposition protest in Valjevo, some 100 km southwest of Belgrade August 2. About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in the main city square calling for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to resign. The protest was organized by the opposition Alliance for Change.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ34X
July 13, 1999
Bogoljub Arsenijevic (L), one of the organizers of an anti-government rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
Bogoljub Arsenijevic (L), one of the organizers of an anti-government rally in the Serbian town of V.....
Bogoljub Arsenijevic (L), one of the organizers of an anti-government rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, helps an injured demonstrator July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.
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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJ34W
July 13, 1999
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjev.....
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km south-west of Belgrade July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.
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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQH06
July 12, 1999
Bogoljub Arsenijevic (L), one of the organizers of an anti-government rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
INJURED DEMONSTRATOR IS HELPED IN VALJEVO.
Bogoljub Arsenijevic (L), one of the organizers of an anti-government rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, helps an injured demonstrator July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQH01
July 12, 1999
Protesters shout at the start of an anti-governmentrally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
PROTESTERS SHOUT AT THE START OF RALLY IN VALJEVO.
Protesters shout at the start of an anti-governmentrally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km south-west of Belgrade July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQGZY
July 12, 1999
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
SERBIAN POLICEMEN CLASH WITH PROTESTERS IN VALJEVO.
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km south-west of Belgrade July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQGZU
July 12, 1999
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
SERBIAN POLICEMEN CLASH WITH PROTESTERS IN VALJEVO.
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km south-west of Belgrade July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQGZR
July 12, 1999
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
SERBIAN POLICEMEN CLASH WITH PROTESTERS IN VALJEVO.
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km south-west of Belgrade July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTRQGZO
July 12, 1999
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
SERBIAN POLICEMEN CLASH WITH PROTESTERS IN VALJEVO.
Serbian policemen clash with anti-government protesters during a rally in the Serbian town of Valjevo, some 100 km south-west of Belgrade July 12. Violence broke out as three thousand demonstrators attempted to storm the town hall, defended by a police cordon.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTROWDO
May 06, 1999
A Serb woman colects her belongings from her house destroyed in a recent NATO air strike over the town...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A SERB WOMAN COLECTS HER BELONGINGS FROM HER DESTROYED HOUSE IN VALJEVO.
A Serb woman colects her belongings from her house destroyed in a recent NATO air strike over the town of Valjevo, some 100km south west of Belgrade May 6. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory. U.S. President Bill Clinton welcomed Russia's agreement to an international security presence in Kosovo and said it was a "significant step" towards a resolution of the conflict with Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTROWDD
May 06, 1999
A Serb man looks into his house destroyed in recent NATO air strike over the town of Valjevo, some 100km...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A SERB MAN LOOKS INTO HIS DESTROYED HOUSE IN VALJEVO.
A Serb man looks into his house destroyed in recent NATO air strike over the town of Valjevo, some 100km south west of Belgrade May 6. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory. U.S. President Bill Clinton welcomed Russia's agreement to an international security presence in Kosovo and said it was a "significant step" towards a resolution of the conflict with Yugoslavia.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXIYHF
May 03, 1999
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house in a residential area of the town of Valjevo May 3,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house in a residential area of the town of Valjevo May 3,.....
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house in a residential area of the town of Valjevo May 3, following a NATO air raid, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.
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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORV3
May 03, 1999
Workers in a bomb crater try to fix a water pipe destroyed May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE LOOK AT BOMB CRATER IN RESIDENTIAL AREA IN VALJEVO.
Workers in a bomb crater try to fix a water pipe destroyed May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORUQ
May 03, 1999
People look at the crater made by a bomb May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE LOOK AT BOMB CRATER IN RESIDENTIAL AREA IN VALJEVO.
People look at the crater made by a bomb May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORTX
May 03, 1999
A woman stands outside her destroyed house May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A WOMAN STANDS OUTSIDE HER DESTROYED HOUSE IN VALJEVO.
A woman stands outside her destroyed house May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORTI
May 03, 1999
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house in a residential area of the town of Valjevo May 3,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
WORKER RECOVERS BELONGINGS FROM BOMBED HOUSE IN VALJEVO.
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house in a residential area of the town of Valjevo May 3, following a NATO air raid, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORT4
May 03, 1999
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo,...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
WORKERS RECOVER BELONGING FROM BOMBED HOUSES IN VALJEVO.
A worker recovers belongings from a bombed house May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORT1
May 03, 1999
Residents stand in a damaged residential area of Valjevo May 3, after a NATO air raid in the town of...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
PICTURE SHOWS DAMAGE IN RESIDENTIAL AREA IN VALJEVO.
Residents stand in a damaged residential area of Valjevo May 3, after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO targetted a nearby munitions factory and two people were reported missing with several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORSA
May 03, 1999
Workers recover belongings from a bombed house May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
WORKERS RECOVER BELONGINGS FROM BOMBED HOUSE IN VALJEVO.
Workers recover belongings from a bombed house May 3 after a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORRO
May 03, 1999
A Serbian woman cries after losing her home May 3 after it was destroyed during a NATO air raid in the...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A SERBIAN WOMAN CRIES AFTER LOOSING HER HOME IN VALJEVO.
A Serbian woman cries after losing her home May 3 after it was destroyed during a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO targetted a nearby munitions factory, two people were reported missing and several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORR7
May 03, 1999
People carry their belongings from their bombed homes May 3 following a NATO air raid in the town of...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
PEOPLE RECOVER BELONGINGS FROM BOMBED HOUSES IN VALJEVO.
People carry their belongings from their bombed homes May 3 following a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, and two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

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YUGOSLAVIA BOMBING
RTRORQQ
May 03, 1999
A woman cries in front of her bombed house May 3 after it was destroyed during a NATO air raid in the...
Valjevo, Yugoslavia
A SERBIAN WOMAN WEEPS IN FRONT OF HER BOMBED HOME.
A woman cries in front of her bombed house May 3 after it was destroyed during a NATO air raid in the town of Valjevo, some 100 kilometres south west of Belgrade. Some 40 homes were destroyed as NATO was targetting a nearby ammunition factory, two people were reported missing a several injured, authorities said.

DB/JDP
RTRHTRL
September 30, 1998
Belgraders look at rubble which crashed from a building in the city center in the early morning hours...
BELGHRADERS WATCH RUBBLE FROM BILDING IN BELGRADE.
Belgraders look at rubble which crashed from a building in the city center in the early morning hours September 30. An earth tremor measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale rocked Belgrade and central Serbia early on Wednesday causing minor damage in the centre of the capital, the Seismological Institute said. Officials said the epicenter of the tremor was Mount Majevica, 80 km (50 miles) south of Belgrade and close to the town of Valjevo, where damage was also slight.

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