Eastern Slavonia – the last Serb-controlled region in Croatia – is scheduled to revert to Croatian rule by the end of 1997. Ethnic Serbs living in the region, fearing reprisal by returning Croats, are planning to leave. But while some sort of exodus seems inevitable, it is unclear where the Serbs will go and what […]

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