25 July 1994 The historic “no” was said. Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic figures that it is easier to deal with Skyla, the monster that lives in the cold Geneva lake, than with Charybdis, the dangerous whirlpool in the River Vrbas that runs through Banja Luka. Some Bosnian Serb army officers insisted even before the […]

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