The Other War

This is the other war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. For a while, the country's Croats and Muslims appeared to have settled on a nervous truce that, though punctuated with sporadic violence, could practically qualify as peace in the Balkans. The focus was on ethnic Serbs battering ethnic Muslims. No longer. Muslim residents of Mostar, the capital of Herzegovina, are not preoccupied with Serb attempts to seize the eastern part of the once graceful city. Brutal street battles now flare as the Croats rain artillery fire on the Muslim districts, killing scores of residents and forcing thousands of others to flee for...

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