Monday, 4th March 2024

1984 Winter Olympics: When all eyes were on Sarajevo

The 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo was a festival of joy, unity and sport. Seven years later, the eyes of the world were on the Bosnian capital again as war broke out in Yugoslavia and the country began to break up. The joy and excitement were palpable in Sarajevo on Wednesday, February 8, 1984.


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