1. The journalist was killed because the truth would have been revealed that the teenagers in Panda were killed by serbs to blame the albanians. I shoudn't wonder about this because serbs always wanted the albanians to look bad.

    Slavko Curuvija was a political and economics reporter and that was all he wrote about and thats the reason why he was killed and it had nothing at all to do with serbs vs albanians. He was probably on to something about Miskovic and thats probably the reason.
    (Daniel, 31 December 2013 02:29)

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  2. The journalist was killed because the truth would have been revealed that the teenagers in Panda were killed by serbs to blame the albanians. I shoudn't wonder about this because serbs always wanted the albanians to look bad.
    (nino, 30 December 2013 18:23)

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  3. Ah, the holiday period. This is when politicians try to operate under the radar. Putin pardons Khodorkovsky, the Greenpeace activists and a member of Pussy Riot; Vucic comes clean about a couple of the atrocities committed by his beloved 90s allies in government. But don't worry Serbs, because no matter how much Vucic loved Milosevic and Seselj, he would never have condoned these crimes. And no matter how senior a figure he was in SRS in those days, he couldn't possibly have known that his patron and boss at that time, Seselj, was roaming former YU on a killing spree with his White Eagles.
    (Nenad, 30 December 2013 17:10)

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  4. Good one Zoran :)

    Except you missed posting some link from Russia Today. Cummon, man. You're slipping.
    (Danilo, 30 December 2013 14:24)

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  5. And NATO killed Milosevic and is killing Seselj...
    (Zoran, 30 December 2013 14:00)

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  6. Vucic there are many many more crimes that we albanians never did aganst serbs in the 90s but you guys needed a propaganda to blame us and start the war and kill thousands.
    (Mendo, 30 December 2013 13:26)

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  7. We all know that state planned killing journalists and Vucic has to find files and proves that it is true. I am sure he's gonna succeed in his action. But, another problem is that his coalition partners were on the top of the state when Curuvija was killed, so I am sure they won't accept investigation because it can show SPS in the bad light. Eventually, Vucic must stay strong in the fight against Serbia's diseases.
    (Tammy, 30 December 2013 11:36)

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  8. I Quote -

    Nothing wrong with a dictator, as long as you are a benevolent one IMHO. That's what Serbia needs anyway. A Thatcher figure to crack some heads and get things done.
    (Stan, 30 December 2013 10:57)

    Comment - A Dictator will emerge !.

    Arn.Sweden.
    (Arn.Sweden., 30 December 2013 11:24)

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  9. Nothing wrong with a dictator, as long as you are a benevolent one IMHO. That's what Serbia needs anyway. A Thatcher figure to crack some heads and get things done.
    (Stan, 30 December 2013 10:57)

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