25 July 1998 Deserted streets, looted shops, demolished vehicles, and a destroyed city center reflect how unfortunate any town in the Balkans becomes when someone starts liberating it. Orahovac, a town famous for its wine and brandy, had the misfortune to be “liberated” twice in a space of five days; first by the Kosovo Liberation […]

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