27 September 1993 The September Military Revolution in Banjaluka received a lethal wound on September 15, when a part of the Crisis Headquarters gave up on their political demands and worked out a compromise with Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic. It died on Friday, September 17, when tanks and troops withdrew from the streets of […]

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