Waging war by remote control in Yugoslavia increased after each new military imbroglio. If it weren’t for North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) warplanes over Bosnia and United Nations Protection Force in Yugoslavia (UNPROFOR) troops on the ground, the riders of the Apocalypse would have long finished their work. The international community did its best in […]

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