Cyrillic street signs evoke strong emotions in Croatian town

02/2/2013 | Reuters

The Croatian government has proposed using bilingual street signs in parts of the country with large ethnic Serb populations. Some Croatian war veterans have protested against the change because of hostilities dating back to conflict in the 1990s.

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