23 July 2002 SARAJEVO, 16 July (Reporter)–The expression “only crime is multiethnic in the Balkans” is well known in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Repeated by politicians and confirmed in praxis by experts, those words express the sad reality of Bosnia. In multiethnic Bosnia, organized criminal networks function without problem. Hidden behind national and religion intolerance, silence, […]

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