13 September 1993 It had to happen. Every morning for 15 months there was a kilometer-long column of trucks on both sides of the Serbian-Macedonian border. The drivers waited for night to come and the moment when the international monitors charged with overseeing the implementation of sanctions against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia would go […]

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