22 March 1993 The daily BORBA was the first in Yugoslavia to report that five mosques had been destroyed in the Bosnian town of Bijeljina in the vicinity of the Drina River, in the night of March 12-13 (Friday to Saturday). One of the mosques was several hundred years old. Two nights later, the demolition […]

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