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Devastation in the Balkans (20051214)

Devastation in the Balkans (20051214)

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On Dec. 14, 1995, the signing of the Dayton Accords marked the end of the war in the Balkans. BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA — A child with a gun, 1993. © Gilles Peress / Magnum Photos

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — A Serbian boy wounded by Serbian fire is evacuated from the besieged city, 1993. © Abbas / Magnum Photos

MOSTAR, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Sniper fire on Marsala Tita Street, 1993. © Gilles Peress / Magnum Photos

PRHOVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Senad Medanovic grieves at his family's former home, 1995. He says Serbian forces executed his loved ones in nearby woods. © Gilles Peress / Magnum Photos

MRKONJIC GRAD, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Bosnian soldiers enjoy a moment of rest during the offensive to take the town from Serbian forces, 1995. © Gilles Peress / Magnum Photos

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA — Dead Serbian soldiers along the roadside near Bosanski Petrovac, 1995. © Gilles Peress / Magnum Photos

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — The facade of a Catholic church used by Croatians, hit by Serb artillery, 1993. © Abbas / Magnum Photos

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — 1993. © Abbas / Magnum Photos

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