The first case when the Yugoslav citizens, who chanced to find themselves on the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina, were abducted took place in late October 1992. The Moslems from Priboj had a bad luck as the route from their village to Priboj goes through Bosnia-Herzegovina. It is important to remind of this, since the President of […]
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