14 February 1998 At 12:25 PM on Wednesday February 4th, at the beginning of a bookkeeping class in the classroom of the I-3 class at the Second Economics High School in Belgrade, an M-75 hand bomb (known as “kasikara”) exploded. After the explosion, 20 out of the 37 fifteen-year-olds who were in the class sought […]

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