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They were then briefly transferred to a camp in Serbia.
Her husband Djuro was also captured, and would only be released four months later. One simply cannot forget,” blue-eyed Horvatinec said, staring blankly at her living room wall.
Horvatinec’s husband says victims have played a key role in drafting the new law.
The 60-year-old stood by his wife through years of suffering, even though she once asked him to leave her, claiming “she would never be the same”. A marriage can easily break in these circumstances,” he says.
After years of neglect, Horvatinec and other victims of sexual violence committed during Croatia’s 1991-1995 war of independence believe a new bill will bring a crucial acknowledgement of their suffering, as well as compensation.In search of peace when the war ended, the family moved to Petrinja, some 60 kilometres southeast of Zagreb. Tragedy continued to haunt her even in peacetime: last year, her daughter was killed in a car accident.Of all the Yugoslav war victims, those who faced sexual violence have suffered the worst neglect.Here they are photographed and captured from in and around the stage and pit area during ” The Twin Horn MC Croatia Bike Week”.
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After a long silence, he adds: “One simply cannot understand without having gone through a similar experience.” Raped by some 20 men in Vukovar, Ruzica Barbaric fled her home town during the war and returned in 1998.