By Christopher Condon
The view from Ahmed Karabegovic's office at the Zetra Olympic sports complex in Sarajevo is grim. There's the old speed-skating track and an outdoor hockey rink. Teenage boys race up and down the ice. But beyond, to the left, is the cemetery. Once a patchwork of wide-open practice fields rippling off toward Mt. Igman, now it's a seemingly endless stretch of grave markers, the death dates packed tightly from 1992 to 1995.