New York

July 28, 2000

Serbian authorities loyal to Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic have stepped up a violent campaign against opponents, according to Human Rights Watch. In the past six weeks, police have beaten opposition activists and members of Otpor (Resistance), an anti-government group mostly comprised of university students, while refusing to investigate attacks on activists by plainclothes thugs believed to be working for the government.

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