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Bulgaria's forced labor camps

Emma WallisMarch 24, 2016

The Bulgarian city of Lovech is remembering one of the darker periods of Communist history. From the 1950s right up until the fall of Communism in 1989, tens of thousands of people who opposed the regime died or were tortured in forced labor camps. Inside Europe speaks to Kalina Yordanova, a psychologist who works with torture survivors.