31 January 1998 The bus to Tuzi, near Podgorica, leaves at sunset from a town in central Serbia. It has only a few passengers, mainly the driver’s relatives. It doesn’t take the shortest route to its destination, it goes along the Drina river. Passengers who board the bus in Brcko, Zvornik and Bratunac are refugees […]

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