15 June 1998 In mid-April, Mileva and Vojin Trninic, Serbian returnees to Drvar, a town in western Bosnia, were beaten, stabbed, and then shot to death. The murder set off a violent chain reaction. A few days after the killing, 350 Croats, led by Cardinal Vinko Puljic, archbishop of Bosnia, attempted to visit Derventa, their […]

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