Serbia: Their rights ignored [forced eviction exhibition information board]
On 3 April 2009, the Serbian authorities forcibly evicted 250 Roma from a temporary settlement in New Belgrade. Parts of the settlement were cleared in order to make way for a new road ahead of the Student Games, a major sports event. For many of the residents, who were originally displaced from Kosovo, this was not the first time they were torn away from their homes.
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