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March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned primary...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
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