“The violence by the young men is done under the direct orders of ranking civilian and military officials,” Pajo Simic Cunjar, a councilor in the Lika Senj district, said Besides having lost at least four fifths of its original population (from 18,000 to 4,000) and turning into a bastion of robbery and violence where uniformed […]

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