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28-Oct-2017 18:10

In 2013 a 60-year-old Serbian war veteran shot dead 13 people in the country's worst massacre in two decades as he rampaged through his tiny village about 50 kilometres south of Belgrade.The dead included his son and his mother as he went house-to-house, mainly shooting people in the head as they slept peacefully.

"We immediately started rushing people to the hospital and ambulances soon arrived." Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic visited the scene and later told Serbian news outlets that the weapon was illegal and jealousy was believed to be the motive.It was total chaos." Cafe owner Ljubomir Milinovic said people didn't immediately grasp what was going on.The cafe was packed with people enjoying a hot summer night.The others wounded, some of them severely, were taken to various Serbian hospitals but were not in critical condition, reports said.Illegal gun ownership is widespread in Serbia and the rest of the former Yugoslavia.

"We immediately started rushing people to the hospital and ambulances soon arrived." Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic visited the scene and later told Serbian news outlets that the weapon was illegal and jealousy was believed to be the motive.

It was total chaos." Cafe owner Ljubomir Milinovic said people didn't immediately grasp what was going on.

The cafe was packed with people enjoying a hot summer night.

The others wounded, some of them severely, were taken to various Serbian hospitals but were not in critical condition, reports said.

Illegal gun ownership is widespread in Serbia and the rest of the former Yugoslavia.

Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said cafe guests eventually managed to grab the weapon from the man's hands when he tried to run away and police caught him.