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January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest in downtown Zagreb Decemeber 16, 2013. Croatia has bilingual signs, in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in a small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. The banner on top reads, "Introduction of Cyrillic to Serbian way. Vukovar - SAO Krajina". The SAO (Serbian Autonomous Region) of Krajina was a self-proclaimed republic set up by Serbians within the borders of modern-day Croatia during the 1990s. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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