Bosnia-Herzegovina: Dragan Ilic
Dragan Ilic, a retired businessman, aged 65, is an ethnic Serb from Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. He was reportedly taken away from his home on the night of 1 March 1993 by men who, according to his wife, wore the uniform of the "Croatian army". There have been subsequent reports that Dragan Ilic was being held at the detention camp of Jasenice; however these reports remain unconfirmed.
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