(The author is a psychiatrist and president of the German-Bosnian Association for Peace and Understanding in Velbert.) In early summer, when people in the “safe zone” of Gorazde were dying, scouts and allied soldiers in Germany were collecting tens of thousands of frogs in cans and carrying them across roads so that they might not […]

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