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In near-empty cafe, an interview yields few clues

August 27, 2004

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The following account of an encounter with Marko Boskic, a Bosnian Croat and suspected war criminal, is taken from a book by the late Elizabeth Neuffer, who reported extensively on the war in Bosnia for The Boston Globe. The excerpted passage begins the prologue to the book, "The Key to My Neighbor's House: Seeking Justice in Bosnia and Rwanda," which ... (Full Article: 1126 Words)

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