Reconciliation Efforts Criticised at Ceremony for Post-WWII Executions
Teharje, 6 October - An association remembering the extrajudicial Second World War executions of suspected Nazi collaborators organised a commemoration for some 4,000 killed in a mass post-war slaying that took place 56 years ago in the eastern Slovenian town of Teharje. The message from an official of the Nova slovenska zaveza, which organised the meeting, was that even eleven years after the fall of communism, a proper memorial had not been set up for the victims of the former "totalitarian regime".
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