10 February 1992 “My job involves great risk”, said Dr. Milan Babic, the president of Serbian Krajina, at the press-conference in Belgrade last week. It is a very precise statement: for three long days (January 31, February 1 and 2) he has been successfully resisting the offensive of the “rest of Yugoslavia”. He never raised […]

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