Huda Jama mass grave victims remembered 15 years after discovery

Laško, 3 March - Fifteen years, to the day, the remains of more than 1,400 victims of summary killings committed just after the Second World War were discovered in a disused coal mine near the village of Huda Jama near Laško (NE). Marking the anniversary, officials called for a decent burial of all victims of post-war reprisals by Communists.

Huda jama pri Laškem
An entry into the Barbara rov mineshaft, a post-WWII mass grave site.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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