Bosnia and Herzegovina is beginning to resemble Croatia at the end of summer 1991 more and more: barricades are erected daily and hotbeds of crisis are spreading. Owing to the geography, most conflicts involve Serbs and Croats Local clashes in Bosanski Brod, which have been going on for some time, escalated into a real war […]

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