There is not one person of Islamic faith in the whole of Zvornik and its surroundings today. The local authorities will tell a journalist that there has never been a mosque in the town. Some call it genocide, others ethnic cleansing, while Serbs in Zvornik call it liberation The bridge that spans the Drina River […]

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