There is no punishment for war crimes committed. This is a warning issued by the EU ambassador to Bosnia. The country is struggling to cope with the legacy of mass rapes. Thousands of women were raped by human rights groups in the early 1990s, often in camps created for this purpose. The BBC’s special correspondent Fergal Keane hails from Visegrad. His report contains some disturbing images from the start.
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