Exhausted men ate their bits of bread and broth, saying they weren’t hungry. They were captives in the “Omarska” camp in late July 1992. It was clear then that the truth about them and their guards would be learned only after the camp had been closed down. Just as they said that they weren’t hungry, […]

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