* Many Serbs ambivalent about past, clouding path to EU * Serbs largely disappointed as economy remains in rut * Economy much smaller than in pre-war years, reforms lag By Adam Tanner BELGRADE, Sept 30 (Reuters) - An Austrian bank advertisement longer than a soccer pitch wraps tightly around the former interior ministry in Belgrade, giving it a flashy facade masking a darker past still haunting Serbia. A decade after strongman President Slobodan Milosevic fell in a popular uprising ...
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