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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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Var of Ahmet Hamdi Akseki Mosque where Davutoy-lu and Bosnian delegation performed Friday prayer.
During this war, in July 1995, the Srebrenica massacre occurred in the small mountain town of Srebrenica, located in the east of Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking approximately 8,373 Muslim Bosnians, mainly men and boys, as victims.
During the visit, the delegation has met with the Chairman of the House of Representatives of the Bosnian parliament Sefik Dzaferovic, who expressed his pleasure for the participation of the Shura Council's delegation in commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre.
In an unprecedented move, hundreds gathered in the capital of the Bosnian Serb part of the country, Banja Luka, to express support for protesters in the country's other mini-state, which is shared by Bosniaks and Croats.
After Mladic's Bosnian Serb army entered the city on 11 July 1995, they took shelter in the UN compound at Potocari, a nearby village.
It offers readers news about Bosnia, Bosnian communities in the United States and U.
The Bosnian President thanked Pakistan's continued support for Bosnia and appreciated the assistance rendered by Pakistan in various sectors.
Mladenov and Zbogar warned the Bosnian presidency made up of representatives of the three ethnicities in the country a Serbs, Croats, and Bosnian Muslims a that Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia are registering progress in their path to EU accession, while Bosnia is unable to catch up.
Former Bosnian Serb General Radislav Krstic is serving a 29-year prison term in the UK after being found guilty of genocide by the International Criminal Tribunal for The Former Yugoslavia (ICTY).
It was the first event of its s kind that the small Bosnian community in Coventry has held in the city, and was the 12th annual celebration of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Community Associations.
The Bosnian woman is now recuperating at the Bosnian University Hospital.
Ironically called the "Dayton Disagreement" by locals, the Dayton Peace Accords which ended the Bosnian War in 1995 encourages the international community, local governments and non-governmental organizations to promote reconciliation between the previously warring communities.