Serbs stills suffer effects of depleted uranium shells used by NATO 25 years ago

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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic says his country is now under enormous pressure over its position of military neutrality. The statement comes on the 25th anniversary of NATO’s bombing of Yugoslavia.

Thousands of civilians were killed in 1999, when the US-led bloc pummeled the country for 78 days. Some Serbs are still suffering from the consequences of depleted uranium shells that were used by NATO.