Belgrade’s Ruined Defense Ministry Serves As Reminder Of NATO Airstrikes

Belgrade’s Ruined Defense Ministry Serves As Reminder Of NATO Airstrikes

By Ari Shapiro

After national trauma, some countries build memorials, and others forget. Sixteen years after bombs struck, the defense ministry in Belgrade remains a ruin, serving as a daily reminder of the NATO war against Serbia.

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