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Serbia has become a popular location for asylum seekers beginning their journey into Western Europe. This report reveals the dangers facing those who attempt the route from this Eastern European waiting room.
The Kosovan War was grisly and nebulous, with both Serbians and Albanians accused of one sordid atrocity after another. 12 years on, we take a look at a region still living with the legacy of the conflict.
Nine years ago the UN chose to house 150 Roma families in UN refugee camps next to Europe's largest lead mine. Lead poisoning is now slowly killing them off - children first.
When Serb forces occupied Srebrenica in July 1995, Dutch UN forces were given strict orders not to intervene. Today the peacekeepers reflect on their shame at not being able to protect those killed.
A decade after the Balkans war, the guilty are still evading justice. Many war criminals are not only free, but living side by side with their victims.
There's growing concern that war criminals from former Yugoslavia may be allowed to go free because of decisions taken for financial or political reasons.
The murder of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic shocked the world. Even today, the circumstances of his death remain unclear.
It was hoped that Serbia’s new leaders would curb the rampant nationalism which fuelled a decade of conflict. But the UN’s indictment of war criminals is making that impossible.