After last weeks’ exciting events, Banjaluka has drifted this week into the waters of the tiresome press conferences of the president Biljana Plavsic, unusual to all those who remember her from the pre-war Pale Only three weeks earlier, it was an illusion to believe that Mrs. Plavsic would give an interview to local journalists, while […]
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