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Yugoslavia Forensic Accounting

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Yugoslavia Forensic Accounting

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Host Scott Simon talks to Ed Huffine, director of the Forensic Sciences Program in Sarajevo for the International Commission on Missing Persons, and Eric Stover, director of the Human Rights Center at U.C. Berkeley, about ongoing efforts among forensic scientists to identify and document the number of people who disappeared during the civil war in the former Yugoslavia.

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