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Bos/Hrv/Srp 06 Dec 10

Economics Override History for Belgrade and Ankara

After a long period of distant, often frosty relations, Turkey and Serbia appear to be finally warming to each other. But will the Serbian people put aside historic grievances dating back to the Ottoman Empire and welcome Ankara’s Balkan renaissance?

By Aleksandra Stankovic Belgrade

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