Bosnia


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Bosnia

a region of central Bosnia-Herzegovina: belonged to Turkey (1463--1878), to Austria-Hungary (1879--1918), then to Yugoslavia (1918--91)
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But Coleman did add that it was unlikely Bale would play the full 90 minutes against Bosnia or Andorra.
He stated that not counting the neighboring countries "Turkey (was) among the top five investors in Bosnia and Herzegovina," directly and indirectly.
He said Germany was exporting Pakistani surgical instruments, gives it a finishing touch with chrome or even without that, it reexport it to Bosnia.
We hope that we managed to attract Qatari investors to come to Bosnia next month.
The United States supports Bosnia and Herzegovina on its path toward full integration into Euro-Atlantic institutions.
Relations between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina have been strengthened both by reciprocal high-level visits and the Trilateral Mechanisms (Bosnia-Serbia-Turkey and Bosnia-Croatia-Turkey) initiated by Turkey.
Officials from the Middle East and Turkey said they wanted to help development of Bosnia, a Balkan country impoverished during the 1992-95 war where a large Muslim population lives alongside the Orthodox Serbs and Catholic Croats.
I want to teach young Bosnians the glory of the Quran and the religion, I want to take part in making the religion strong and thriving in Bosnia.
Bosnia is an all-weather tourist destination, and has a strategic location to drive tourism.
This topic is especially important to the reconstruction and transition of Bosnia specifically due to the blame often placed on 'ancient hatred' for its role in the violence of the war.
The Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr.
Unlike Burma and Pakistan, Bosnia has regular elections.