13 September 1993 Proclaimed capitals of newly-created ethnically clean states in the Balkans have one thing in common: they were razed to the ground. A lot of water will flow down the Danube and Neretva Rivers before Vukovar becomes the capital of the Republic of Serb Krajina, and Mostar of the Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia. Words […]

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