Grim history of Bosnia’s 'rape hotel'
According to human rights groups as many as 20,000 women were raped in the early 1990s during the Bosnian war, often at camps set up for that purpose.
One hotel in the town of Visegrad became a centre for rape and murder by Serb paramilitary forces.
However, 20 years on, the hotel and local government which runs it has chosen to ignore its grim legacy.
Fergal Keane heard the story of Ramza Muhic, one of the women raped at the hotel.
08 Apr 2016