Serbs forcibly enlist refugees to fight

August 1995
Christian Century;8/2/95, Vol. 112 Issue 23, p736
Reports on Serbs' forced enlistment of refugees in the ethnic war in Bosnia. Rounding up of male refugees; Violation of the international refugee law.


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