1. They might have deported Dagestanis or Chechenis.
    (sdf, 30 October 2016 03:09)

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  2. "No, we do not know anything," Beta agency quoted Peskov as [link] saying, when asked to comment on media reports about this having taken place - and being the reason for this week's visit of Nikolai Patrushev.
    (Lenard, 30 October 2016 00:50)

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  3. This story is total fiction. Why would Serbia expel Russians who contributes to B92!!! The USA THIS WON'T GET PUT UP OBVIOUSLY! !!!2
    (LEGIJA ARKAN, 29 October 2016 16:17)

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  4. Serbs would WELCOME these Russians ANYTIME. The more the merrier.

    Montengro is a special case, where the minority are trying to rule the majority. But that joy-ride is soon coming to an end. Russia is actively working with local opposition and soon they will take their rightful place in the government.

    Milo Djukanovic's days are numbered...

    He should be planning for his retirement shortly... But he wont have to pack much. Maybe just a toothbrush and some reading material? His clothing will be provided. If he's smart, he'll try and smuggle a strong pair of shoelaces for when things REALLY get tough.
    (Ivan, 28 October 2016 23:50)

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  5. I'll believe Serbian sources over Russian sources. Russians lie about everything.
    (LK, 28 October 2016 22:31)

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