Photo by ELIZABETH A. MUNDSCHENK
Ifeta Bektic, left, cries as she and her brother-in-law, Fikret
Jarovic, center, and cousin, Alija Kovacevic, view what they
believe to be the remains of her brother, Edin, in a makeshift
morgue outside of Gorazde, in eastern Bosnia. It will take DNA
analysis to confirm the identification. Remains of war victims
are still being unearthed eight years after Bosnias civil
war. More than 200,000 people were killed and many remain missing.
refugee searches for answers, strives for justice
Heading east from Sarajevo, Bosnias
capital city, paved roads turn to gravel, then gravel turns to dirt.
Soon, the road is nothing more than a rutted path, in-laid with
sharp rock. The path curves and bends between trees, then shoots
out onto a plateau with an open view of the valley. Cold wind whips
through the treetops, hinting that snow will come soon.
WINTER IS COMING >>
IN BOSNIAN >>
WINTER IS COMING
CHAPTER ONE: READY TO RETURN
CHAPTER TWO: BLOOD TIES
CHAPTER THREE: A VILLAGE'S SECRETS
EPILOGUE: WAITING... WONDERING