The curfew in Doboj starts at eight in the evening and ends at five in the morning. People without special passes can only curl up in their homes and listen to the muffled sounds of battle coming from the surrounding hills and towards Ozren mountain. Single shots and automatic fire are heard, heavy caliber weapons […]

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