Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lovas massacre were the killings of Croat detainees in the villages of Lovas and neighbouring Opatovac in eastern Slavonia, Croatia. The civilians were killed by Croatian Serb paramilitary forces during the Croatian War of Independence in the period from October 10, 1991 to the end of that year. According to the local Croatian authorities, 75 civilians were murdered. A Serbian Special Court raised charges against war crimes suspects, citing 70 civilian victims.
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