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October 14, 2014
People are reflected on a window as they ride on bicycles in front of a newly-opened "Putin bar" in Novi...
Novi Sad, Serbia
People are reflected on a window as they ride on bicycles in front of a newly-opened "Putin bar" in Novi...
People are reflected on a window as they ride on bicycles in front of a newly-opened "Putin bar" in Novi Sad October 10, 2014. On Thursday, guns, tanks and planes will be back in Belgrade, now capital of Serbia, for a Liberation Day parade held four days early to accommodate the guest of honour -- Russian President Vladimir Putin, en route to a summit in Milan. Liberation Day marks the Nazi retreat across the River Sava on October 20, 1944, leaving the capital to the Red Army and Yugslav Partisan guerillas, and has been commemorated by memorials rather than military parades after Yugoslavia split with Josef Stalin's Soviet Union in 1948. It is a gesture with huge symbolism in a Cold-War-style East-West split over Ukraine that has forced Serbia, politically indebted to Russia but seeing its economic future with the European Union, into a delicate balancing act. Picture taken October 10, 2014. TO GO WITH STORY SERBIA-RUSSIA/EU REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY BUSINESS)
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