Publication Says Communist Police Operated Concentration Camps

Ljubljana, 24 October - The Ministry of Justice has published a book containing documents and testimonies that show the Communist secret service OZNA had operated Nazi-like concentration camps in Slovenia in the immediate aftermath of World War II. Old men as well as children were interned, and died, there, Milko Mikola, the head of the ministry's department for redressing of injustices and national reconciliation, told the press on Wednesday.

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