Priština, September 2013
Two decades after the bloody wars of the Balkans, a key question remains: what became of the waves of warriors who
participated, fighting for one side or another? Some of those in positions of command ended up on trial, either at The
Hague tribunal or in local courts. But the majority of soldiers returned home. Their lives took different trajectories – some
tragic, some mundane. But virtually all face a common challenge.
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