Serbs from the Sarajevo suburbs Vogosca and Stari Grad, which according to the Dayton agreement were to be handed back to Bosnian-Croat Federation authorities, keep arriving in Rudo. According to the 1991 census, 22 percent of the 11,600 inhabitants in the Rudo municipality were Muslims. In the town of Rudo, which has a population of […]
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