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Bosnia & Herzegovina: 18th Anniversary of the Bikavac Fire

Café Turko writes about last Sunday's commemoration of “the 18th anniversary of the Bikavac fire, in the town of Visegrad in Eastern Bosnia”: “On the night of 27 June 1992, around 70 persons were locked in a small house on the Bikavac hill, after which the house was set on fire. The crime was meticulously prepared, to make sure that nobody would survive to tell the story.”

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