24 January 1998 The village of Citluk is twelve kilomtres away from Soko Banja. It is muddy and depressive, situated at the bottom of foggy mountains where the “sun shines only at sunset”. On Sunday, January 18, there were far too many luxury passenger vehicles with Belgrade number plates in the village. The faces of […]

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