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Bosna

 

a river in Yugoslavia; right tributary of the Sava River (Danube basin). Length, 308 km; basin area, 10,500 sq km. It rises in the Treskavica massif (Dinaric Highland) and flows through mountains into the Central Danubian Depression. High water is in spring; low water, from July through September. The average water discharge is 142 cu m per sec. The cities of Doboj and Zenica are located along the Bosna.

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Following the end of the civil conflict through the Dayton Agreement which also serves as the state's fundamental law, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has a complex and unique political system uniting two top administrative structures (Federacija Bosna i Hercegovina and Republika Srpska) and one "internationally supervised district" with special regulated status (Brcko Distrikt) according to its Constitution which forcefully ended the hostilities began in 1991 (The Dayton Agreement, 1995).
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3 per cent stake in Bosna Bank International in Bosnia which was established in 2000 as the first bank in Europe to operate on the principles of Islamic banking.
KARAKCIJE, Bosnia Tue May 20, 2014(Reuters) - When Mehmedalija Djapic bought his house on the banks of the River Bosna after the 1992-95 war, he had no idea the land around it was laced with landmines.
In Bosnia, army helicopters evacuated dozens of people stranded on the top floors of their flooded homes in the central town of Maglaj, where the Bosna river swelled to record levels and swept away the main bridge.
He left for Belgrade and joined a secret group called Mlada Bosna, affiliated to the Black Hand nationalist movement.
Founding members of the "Thawwar" Front, from left, Wael Gamal, Bosna Al-Husseiny, Wessam Atta, Haitham Mohamadein and Said Omar, held a press conference on Tuesday.
The first issue of Svjetlo rijeci--a monthly magazine published by the Franciscan Province Bosna Srebrena, which is the only Western, Christian, and Catholic institution that, due to the dialogical efforts of the Franciscans, survived the reign of the Ottoman Empire--has been published since April, 1983, with the intention of bringing together news of religious, cultural, and social life and of providing critical commentary in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council.
The River Bosna Springs at Vrelo Bosne are the source of the Bosna River, which supplies fresh water to Sarajevo.
Business Monitor International stated in its recent report about infastructure in Bosna Herzegovina that the lack of confidence from investors, combined with government infighting, means the construction and infrastructure sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), has low growth prospects.
In Vitez, the gist of Kordic's speech was a statement to the Muslims of the Lacva Valley that this was Croat land and that they had to accept that this was Herceg Bosna.