Real Lives In War-Torn Bosnia

In 1991 it was a united country called Yugoslavia. Today after a brutal war destroyed its countryside, it is a much different place. Join Talk of the Nation for an inside look at how the three-and-a-half year siege personally affected some residents of Sarajevo. Our guests spent time reporting the news from Bosnia, now they take us behind the scenes for a look at real lives behind the headlines in war-torn Bosnia. Guests: Barbara Demick Author Logavina Street: Life and Death in a Sarajevo Neighborhood Andrews and McMeel, 1996 Eastern and Central Europe Bureau Chief, The Philadelphia Inquirer Tom Gjelten NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent Listeners call in

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