15 November 1993 The bridge that spans the Drina River used to be the only thing which “separated” the town from Serbia. The town’s young studied in Belgrade. Two years ago, when the national count was taken, it suddenly became important that 70 per cent of the local population were Muslim and 30 per cent […]

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