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The Cyclical Farce of Serbian Gay Pride

Not for the first time, the government is trying to have it both ways – pleasing extremists by banning this year’s Gay Pride, and pleasing the EU by pledging it can go ahead next year.

By Christian Axboe Nielsen
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The Cyclical Farce of Serbian Gay Pride

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