Last Tuesday, the first day of the trial of Dusan Vuckovic, the first Serb charged with war crimes against civilians in Bosnia, the courtroom in Sabac was packed with camera crews, photographers and plainclothes policemen. No one was allowed inside without credentials and foreign journalists and crews had to ask for permission from the Yugoslav […]

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