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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
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May 26, 2000 
General view of main city square in southern Serbian town of Nis, during anti-government rally organized... 
Nis, Yugoslavia 
GENERAL VIEW OF MAIN SQUARE IN NIS DURING PROTEST AGAINST YUGOSLAV GOVERNMENT. 
General view of main city square in southern Serbian town of Nis, during anti-government rally organized by movement Otpor (Resistance) May 26. Some 7,000 opposition supporters gathered in centre demanding an end to state repression and urging opposition politicians to come up with a more effective strategy against Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. The Serbian government on Thursday restricted entry to all universities during the examination period and banned any kind of assembly in a move seen as an attempt to counter students' plans to organise a general university strike and sit-in. Serbian Orthodox bishops came out in support of the students, urging the authorities to refrain from any violence against them, B2-92 radio reported, quoting a synod statement. Police on Friday detained 11 people who tried to visit an Otpor activist being held in prison in the central town of Pozarevac, Milosevic's home.

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