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Hard-line nationalists won the most votes in Serbia's parliamentary poll

To The Extreme
SERBIA The ultranationalist Serbian Radical Party, led by former paramilitary and indicted war criminal Vojislav Seselj, won 82 seats in parliamentary elections — more than any other political party. The vote — the first since Slobodan Milosevic's party was thrown out of power three years ago — also saw the ex-strongman's own Socialist Party of Serbia just meet the threshold to return to parliament. Seselj's party advocates returning Serbian troops to Kosovo, downgrading ties with the U.S. and Europe, and suing NATO for reparations for the U.S.-led bombing of Belgrade in 1999....

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