Displaced Bosnians blame politicians for their plight ahead of polls

Bosnian Serb Teso Kuzmanovic, an internally displaced person from Gracanica, sits inside his home at a reception center Kladari Donji where IDPs live, near Modrica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 1, 2018. "It is hard when you live alone. I hardly survive from month to month. Monthly welfare benefit is 60 euros and I spend all the money on food and medicine. There is no life here," Kuzmanovic said. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

MIHATOVICI, Bosnia (Reuters) – Edis Haskic has been living in a reception centre since 1995, when Bosnian Serb forces killed his father and 8,000 other Muslim Bosniak men and boys in the eastern town of Srebrenica in Europe’s worst atrocity since World War Two. He shares the destiny of more than 7,000 people from across […]

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