1 June 1992 On Wednesday, May 27, at 10.15 a.m., Vase Miskina Street, a pedestrian zone in the very center of Sarajevo, was crowded with people. Another cease-fire had come into effect that morning, it was a lovely sunny day, and there was some bread to buy (the only food in the city). The street […]

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