The social history of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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We are still on the streets of Belgrade
Statement to mark the fifth anniversary of Women in Black protests. From Women in Black, 5 October 1996. Feminist anti-war struggle in Belgrade.
Stand up against ethnic cleansing
Statement from Worker's Aid UK, 8 April 1999. The people of Europe as a whole, especially in organisations that have fought for democratic rights and justice—trade unions, student unions, community groups, pensioners associations and others—have to stand up against this barbarity in Kosova and Serbia.
Humanitarian disaster in Yugoslavia
By Mike Head and Michael Conachy, 22 July 1999. Red Cross reports economic devastation. In the wake of the US-NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, the people of Serbia are confronting a “dramatically awful” humanitarian crisis—far bigger than that in Kosovo.