Mass Graves in Europe

Three years after the European Union won the Nobel Peace Prize, we have mass graves in Europe again. But it’s easier to ignore them now, because this time they are at the bottom of the sea.

In a laboratory at the University of Milan, scientists go through the gruesome task of trying to identify the victims, a scene which we last saw after the wars in Yugoslavia.

milan mass graves

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a journalist, a spy or a hobo.
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4 Responses to Mass Graves in Europe

  1. Dino Bragoli says:

    Men have been killing each other since they invented a God to forgive them for doing it…

  2. moonskittles says:

    This brings back memories of Kosovo crisis and those days of interpreting.. sigh..

    • Well, at least there has been some progress in Kosovo. Maybe not quite as far and as fast as we would have wished, but at least it’s largely peaceful.

      • moonskittles says:

        Yes indeed! I hope and pray for things to continue to improve. :)

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