Since April last year when the war broke out in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the citizens of the besieged city were left with nothing else but to write letters to their relatives, friends and acquaintances throughout former Yugoslavia. Some of the letters traveled for months; many were smuggled and a few were brought by foreign journalists visiting Sarajevo, […]
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