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The operation resulted in more than 200,000 Krajina (ethnic) Serbs expelled from their homes in Croatia.
More than 2,000 people were killed or went missing, and the memory of a dozen kilometers long column of refugees who arrived in Serbia through Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) testifies to one of the most massive exoduses ever in this region.
No Name Kitchen, NNK, an NGO that helps migrants and refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on Wednesday on social networks accused Croatian police of beating a migrant and documented the claim with a photograph of his injured back.
It said its volunteers were dining on Tuesday in the town of Velika Kladusa when the man arrived and asked them to check his injuries.
The victims were migrants who died from injuries inflicted by firearms, the MUP announced.
Pistol shell casings were found next to the bodies, "which indicates these people have been murdered," the daily Blic said.
Police officers are working to shed light on the case.
A prosecutor has investigated the scene along with the police.
These reports quote neighbors who said the migrants broke into one of the apartments on the ground floor of a building where Karadzic's wife has her apartment, and then into another, where the family lived until the spring of 1992.
The neighbors claim they saw the migrants break into "one of the apartments" and stayed there.