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In 1995 Brcko was not only split between Bosniak, Croat and Serb forces, but it was also situated at the intersection of their vital territorial interest (Dahlman, Tuathail 2006: 651-675) therefore becoming the "toughest of all issues at Dayton" (Holbrooke, 1999: 296).
The Serb project of building a compact state free of"Muslim domination" required the demographic obliteration of the Muslim Bosniak population along with uninterrupted contiguity with mother Serbia.
The forcible transfer of between 25,000 and 30,000 Bosniak women, children and elderly which accompanied the massacre was found to be confirming evidence of the genocidal intent of members of the VRS Main Staff who orchestrated the massacre.
They share power with Muslim Bosniaks and Orthodox Serbs in an unwieldy system of ethnic quotas laid down by a U.
To this day, it, too, has many detractors, especially among those who believe that the Bosniaks should have been given the means to do to the Serbs what the Serbs had tried to do to them.
The subject of procurement are services development studies and design documentation for the application upgrading the drainage system and construction of wastewater treatment agglomeration Gradiste and agglomeration Bosniaks that involves creation of study documentation, technical and project documentation, tender documentation and publicity and visibility, in accordance with the Terms of Reference and Bill of Quantities.
In July 1995 more than |7,000 Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims), mainly men and boys, were massacred in and around the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War.
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
Different ethnic groups including the Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs did not agree on reforming the constitution to allow these minorities to be present at the event.
What I wish to stress is that these people do not work for either the interest of Macedonians, Albanians, Turks, Roma, Bosniaks, or anyone else in Macedonia, whether Muslim or Christian.
The bodies were found in graves 400 metres from a bridge where 16 Bosniaks from Jablanica were killed in 1992.
In the village of Donja Polja, where Muslim Bosniaks returned in 1995 to homes burned or shelled during the war, Hatidza Muhic swept the mud from the hallway of her house.