3 January 1998 In the spring of 1994, few in Sarajevo envisioned the end of the war. Although international negotiators, with military support from NATO, succeeded in moving the artillery of the Republika Srpska army to an appropriate distance from the city, the citizens of Sarajevo had become so accustomed to the “grenade downpour” that […]

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