Belgrade in Interpol?
Interpol will vote at its next annual meeting on whether to open its doors to the Yugoslav federation. The international [...]
After an on-and-off inquiry lasting four years, an investigating magistrate in the central French city of Bourges has pieced together one of the biggest networks of arms traffickers ever uncovered in Europe. It involves Belgian, French and Croatian businessmen and [. [...]
Contrary to what they said officially, Russian prime minister Yevgeni Primakov and Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic did in fact hammer out a negotiating position aimed at extracting Serbia from the Kosovo emergency when they met in Belgrade on March 30. [...]