Sarajevo hospital doctors and medical staff remember how they saved more than 50,000 people during the longest siege in modern history, despite shortages of power and medical supplies.

“I was operated on in reception because the operation room was taken. They worked on local anesthetics, which is fine until they touch the bone. When they touched the bone, the pain was unbearable.”

 

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