Twenty years ago, Bosnia-Herzegovina was plunged into war. The fall of the Berlin Wall a few years earlier had not protected the reunified Europe from the return of barbarism to its frontiers. Ethnic cleansing disfigured and sullied this meeting ground of peoples, exposed to the evil winds of history and its apprentice wizards.
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