10 August 1992 In Sarajevo, things are going from bad to worse. The latest attacks and counter-attacks in and around the city continue throughout the day. Incessant cannonades from all sorts of weapons prevent the remaining Sarajevans and tens of thousands displaced persons from taking a breath at least once a day, from eating, washing […]

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