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He called on all institutions in the field of culture, as well as individuals, to contribute to fostering culture, language and tradition of Bosniaks in this part of Bosnia and Herzegovina through book promotions, theater plays, exhibitions, concerts, film screenings and other cultural content.
Here, we performed a retrospective review of Bosniak III renal cystic lesions classified radiographically by CT and MRI at one academic care centre with evaluation of pathological diagnosis and lesions to determine the actual malignancy risk.
When Serb forces led by General Ratko Mladic broke through two years later, Srebrenica's terrified Muslim Bosniak population rushed to the UN compound hoping that Dutch UN peacekeepers would protect them.
Bosniaks had hoped that a revision could shed more light on crimes committed during the war, in which more than 100,000 people were killed.
According to the Bosniak classification, a benign simple cyst (category I) typically shows water attenuation values at CT-scan (<20HU) without enhancement after i.v.
The Sarajevo-based Constitutional Court has ruled that the holiday would be illegal because it coincides with a Serbian Orthodox Christian holiday and so discriminates against Muslim Bosniaks and Catholic Croats living in the Serb Republic.
The outbreak of war in Yugoslavia and the particular treatment of Bosniak women during the war find their meaning in the evocation of past ethnic conflicts, as well as nationalist discourses whose destructive power lies in their destabilization of the previous perception and intelligibility between past, present, and future (see Papic).
However, discernible solid, enhancing nodularity is absent (Bosniak category IIF and III) (Figure 3).
The Muslim Bosniak community has been facing the same problem for many years in regards to being "Muslim" or "Bosniak".
Tutin is a small town in Sandzak, a region in southwest Serbia with a strong Bosniak ethnic minority.
Within Bosnia itself, there are two semi autonomous regions - the Croat Bosniak Federation and Republika Srpska.
He will be involved in a project to help local families and children in the town of Srebrenica, where more than 8,000 Bosnian (Bosniak) Muslim men and boys were massacred during the 1990s' conflict, which was the worst example of genocide since the second world war.
The judges found that, after the Bosnian Serb attack on the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica, Defendant had persecuted Muslim Bosniak civilians on political, ethnic and religious grounds with intent to injure them.
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