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B92 is a radio and television station in Belgrade, Serbia. The station was a rare independent outlet for news and information in Serbia, and was a force behind many demonstrations that took place in Belgrade during the turbulent 1990s. The station originally went on the air in 1989, though it was shut down by authorities a few times in its early years. It was forced off the air for a time in 1999 when NATO bombed the region, and government agents cracked down on independent reporting.

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