Slobodan Milosevic, 64, Former Yugoslav Leader Accused of War Crimes, Dies - The New York Times: As he rose and then clung to power by resurrecting old nationalist grudges and inciting dreams of a Greater Serbia, Mr. Milosevic became the prime engineer of wars that pitted his fellow Serbs against the Slovenes, the Croats, the Bosnians, the Albanians of Kosovo and ultimately the combined forces of the entire NATO alliance.
By stirring a dormant but incendiary nationalism, he succeeded in rallying support for himself in the late 1980's, at a time when Communism in the rest of Eastern Europe was in its death throes.
Three popes and a patriarch - A unique occasion ignored by the media — how often do you see three popes and a patriarch gathered together at the same place? Someone posted this picture ...
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