yYAXssKCQaUWZcXZ79RJTBLvo-c;SfREtjZ9NYeQnnVMC-CsZ9qN6L0 Finance, Economics, Globus, Brokers, Banks, Collateral-Oriano Mattei: DONALD TRUMP........ U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reportedly apologized to a Serbian magazine for the United States' role in the 1999 bombing of former Yugoslavia, but his campaign is denying the report. In the interview published in the Serbian weekly Nedeljnik on October 13, Trump also reportedly pledged a new policy toward the Balkans if he's elected president......

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DONALD TRUMP........ U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reportedly apologized to a Serbian magazine for the United States' role in the 1999 bombing of former Yugoslavia, but his campaign is denying the report. In the interview published in the Serbian weekly Nedeljnik on October 13, Trump also reportedly pledged a new policy toward the Balkans if he's elected president......

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump kisses a "Women for Trump" placard during a rally at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida, on October 12.
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump kisses a "Women for Trump" placard during a rally at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida, on October 12.


U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reportedly apologized to a Serbian magazine for the United States' role in the 1999 bombing of former Yugoslavia, but his campaign is denying the report.
In the interview published in the Serbian weekly Nedeljnik on October 13, Trump also reportedly pledged a new policy toward the Balkans if he's elected president.
The NATO bombing of Yugoslavia reined in Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and led to the end of the Kosovo war. Bill Clinton, husband of Trump's Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, was president during the Yugoslav war.
NATO's bombing campaign killed hundreds of civilians but also ended ethnic cleansing in parts of the former Yugoslavia.
Nedeljnik's managing editor, Marko Prelevic, told the news website BuzzFeed.com that the interview was in fact conducted by e-mail, and consisted of the magazine submitting questions to a Serbian-American man named Vladimir Rajcic who said he was helping advise the Trump campaign.
Some weeks after submitting the questions, Prelevic said he received answers via e-mail from another Trump adviser named Suzanne Ryder Jaworowski.
Later on October 13, however, Jaworowski told Politco.com that there had been no interview and that she never facilitated any kind of interview with a Serbian reporter.
There was no immediate response to an email sent by RFE/RL to the Trump campaign and a message sent via Facebook to Jaworowski seeking further clarification.
Rajcic could not be immediately reached for comment, and the magazine's editor in chief, Veljko Lalovic, told RFE/RL that he had no immediate comment, and that a statement would be released later.
With reporting by Nedeljnik, Buzzfeed.com, and Politico.com

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