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Vienna Philharmonic Recalls World War I in Sarajevo


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Milorad Dodik, the president of the Serb-controlled republic of Srpska, covering nearly half of Bosnia, in which he declared, “the shots fired 100 years ago by Gavrilo Princip were not fired at Europe, they were shots for freedom, marking the start of the Serbs’ fight for liberation from foreign occupiers.”

What an irresponsible statement you cant go round just bumping people off.....Gents its only a 100yrs they were murderers plain and simple come on, they killed a woman,,, a Lady simply escorting her husband on a visit its disgusting and they also seriously injured members of the public. Sorry I don't get it passage of time means nothing to me.

I would have liked to listen to the music though its lifes blood imo the whole world loves music.

Eric

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