8 March 1993 “There was no one at the Railway Station in Podgorica, no journalists, TV crews, police or relatives, since nobody knew what had taken place. The passengers, who survived the ambush in Strbci, waited for the whole day for the incident to be officially confirmed. Only then were the people informed about the […]

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