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Scenes Of Celebration In Serbia

Supporters of opposition leader Tomislav Nikolic filled the streets of Belgrade after he declared himself the winner of Serbia's presidential election runoff on May 20. Boris Tadic, who had served two terms as president, conceded defeat. It was the third time that Nikolic had faced off against Tadic in Serbia's presidential vote.

"This is divine justice," Tomislav Nikolic told supporters of his Serbian Progressive Party.
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"This is divine justice," Tomislav Nikolic told supporters of his Serbian Progressive Party.

Nikolic vowed that Serbia "will not stray from its European path."
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Nikolic vowed that Serbia "will not stray from its European path."

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Aleksandar Vucic, the deputy president of the Serbian Progressive Party, reacts to the news.
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Aleksandar Vucic, the deputy president of the Serbian Progressive Party, reacts to the news.

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