9 March 1992 As things seem to be now, the criminals, who have used the residents of Croatian village of Lovas for mine-sweeping, on October 18, 1991, will remain completely unpunished. It is a fact that members of the “Dusan Silni” (Dusan the Powerful) detachment (founded by the SNR – Serbian National Renewal, i.e. by […]

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