22 May 1995 The convoy of about 100 refugees, mainly women, children and the old, from Western Slavonia went through Kuzmin slowly, headed by a Serbian police car. There were no Yugoslav representatives to accompany it nor representatives of international humanitarian organizations. Kuzmin residents showed almost no interest, the only comment was from two old […]

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