Serb Rebuffs Torture Allegations, Limits Visit by Foreign Journalists

The Washington Post
August 11, 1992

PRIJEDOR, Bosnia – Are Serb leaders in Bosnia trying to cover up evidence of brutal prison camps?

In an effort to prove otherwise, Prijedor Police Chief Simo Drljaca escorted a group of foreign journalists to the Keratern ceramics factory, which Bosnia’s ...  (Read more)

Bosnian Serbs Say They’re Fighting Against Islamic Fundamentalism

The Washington Post
August 11, 1992

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia – The Serbs of Bosnia say they are fighting a war against their Muslim neighbors here because, among other reasons, Bosnia’s Muslims want to set up a radical Islamic state.

The Serb-run press and broadcast media here — and in neighboring ...  (Read more)

Bosnian Refugee Convoy Is Blocked; Slovenia Blames Austria, Austria Blames Germany for Transit Denial

The Washington Post
July 27, 1992

CATEZ, Croatia, July 26 – Six busloads of Bosnian women and children rolled up to a Slovenian border station near here Saturday and asked to be allowed to drive through Slovenia to promised sanctuary in the Netherlands.

More than 24 hours later, they are still ...  (Read more)

Muslims Forced to Leave Bosnia; Refugees Say Serbs Used Intimidation to Make Them Sign Up for U.N. Convoy

The Washington Post
July 25, 1992

KARLOVAC, Croatia, July 24 – Firing shots into the air and broadcasting threats over loudspeakers, ethnic Serbs in the Bosnian city of Bosanski Novi forced thousands of Muslims to join a United Nations evacuation convoy that was intended only for voluntary departures, ...  (Read more)

Fleeing to Safety in a U.N. Convoy; Thousands of Bosnian Muslims Take Emergency Corridor to Croatia

The Washington Post
July 24, 1992

KARLOVAC, Croatia, July 23 – About 4,500 terrified Slavic Muslims emerged from the Bosnian city of Bosanski Novi today after U.N. personnel carved out an emergency land corridor to rescue them from shootings, beatings and jailings at the hands of local Serbs.

“I ...  (Read more)