Sarajevo | Alfredo Sasso | 15 July 2019

The deaths of Dženan and David are just some of the "silenced cases", the many episodes of bad justice that have shaken Bosnia and Herzegovina in recent years. Hence arose one of the few mobilisations capable of crossing the administrative and so-called "ethnic" borders of the country after the war

Sarajevo asks for justice for Dženan and David

On Saturday, June 29th, hundreds of protesters gathered in the Bosnian capital to express support for the parents of David Dragičević and Dzenan Memić, killed in unclear circumstances, and to demand that the rule of law be respected. Photos by Alfredo Sasso

The game, chapter 1

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