Bosnia

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With regards to such attitudes, Republika Srpska initially refused to participate in the deliberations of the arbitration panel and accused the Tribunal of favouring the Bosniak side (ICG 1997: 4).
Reconciliation among Bosnia's Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks today, so many years after the war, still seems like a distant proposition.
The Srebrenica massacre was the genocidal killing, in July 1995, of more than 8,000 Bosniaks, mainly men and boys, in and around the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War.
This is a classification system of renal cysts based on the specific imaging findings to separate surgical lesions from nonsurgical ones; proper understanding and application of Bosniak classification is the key step in the management of cystic renal masses.
Earlier this month, 15 former Serb paramilitaries and soldiers were arrested in Serbia and Bosnia for the 1993 murder of 20 people, mainly Bosniaks.
Bosnia's three biggest ethnic groups - the Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats
SARAJEVO, Oct 13 (KUNA) -- Initial results of the Bosnian general elections showed Monday Bakir Izetbegovic seemingly poising early to win a second term as the Muslim Bosniak representative in the tripartite presidency, with nearly 80 percent of the votes counted.
A precocious talent as a teenager, " Besic who was born to Bosniak parents in Berlin made his international debut in November 2010 against Slovakia to break Miralem Planic's record as the youngest ever player for the BH side.
The floods that deluged Bosnia in May, which claimed at least 44 lives, has unearthed wartime mass graves of Muslim Bosniak victims of the bloody 1992-1995 war in the country.
Bosniak, Membership, Equality, and the Difference that Alienage Makes, 69 N.
Emir Spahic is a Bosnian Croat, co-captain and the nation's most capped player Zvjezdan Misimovic is a Bosnian-Serb while their record goal scorer is Edin Dzeko who is Bosniak.
Many in Sarajevo recoiled at the destruction wrought by the protesters - mainly Bosniak so far - the fire and smoke stirring painful memories of the wartime siege of their city by Bosnian Serb forces in the surrounding hills.
I saw many of my local peers of Serb, Croatian, and Bosniak backgrounds sitting together in the same classroom, dining together at the same table, and working together on social service programs.