1 May 1995 1. On the Karakaj bridge on the Serbian side, a heavy machine gun stares dumbly at Zvornik across sandbags. “Is that a water cannon to put out fires,” a passerby asks a policeman and points at the anti-aircraft gun under a cover which also points at Zvornik. “It is for fires,” the […]

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