Some 200 followers of the Chetnik movement gathered in Bosnia’s Visegrad [Al Jazeera Balkans]

A gathering of supporters of the far-right Chetnik paramilitary movement in Bosnia‘s eastern city of Visegrad, the site of past atrocities by the force, has raised alarm among residents, as well as local and international officials.

Some 200 followers of the ultra-nationalist movement on Sunday assembled in the city to commemorate the arrest of founder Draza Mihailovic by Yugoslavia’s forces in 1944.

Mihailovic was a Yugoslav Serb general who formed Chetnik detachments during World War II, many of which collaborated with Nazi forces.

After the war,

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