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The ethnic cleansing of Lipovača, Vukovići and Saborsko took place in Croatia during the Croatian War of Independence. The attacks began in August and ended on 12 November and were carried by the JNA, the TO and "Martic’s Police".

On 28 October 1991, TO units killed seven civilians in the village of Lipovača near Rakovica. On 7 November 1991, the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) and Serbian paramilitary units, in particular a special JNA unit from Niš, Serbia. The forces entered the hamlet of Vukovići near Poljanak and executed ten civilians. On 12 November, members of "Martić’s Police", the JNA, and the TO killed twenty-nine Croat civilians in the village of Saborsko.

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