17 August 1996 On 10 August 1996, 1,500 citizens of Apatin- locals and refugees- gathered at a public party organized by local people living abroad. There was singing and dancing, and a tug-a-war competition. A whole ox was being roasted on open fire while the local priest baptized a few volunteers. Around 11pm, there was […]

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