Every trip by bus through the corridor in Bosanska Posavina (Northern Bosnia) begins with a fight. The conductor can be nastily insulted if an unfortunate passenger happens to ask him condescendingly for a piece of rope or wire to tie the broken back of his seat. “Rope! What rope? If I had the rope I’d […]

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