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see Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina
, Serbo-Croatian Bosna i Hercegovina, country (2013 pop. 3,791,622), 19,741 sq mi (51,129 sq km), on the Balkan peninsula, S Europe. It is bounded by Croatia on the west and north, Serbia on the northeast, and Montenegro on the southeast.
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Herzegovina

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a region in Bosnia-Herzegovina: originally under Austro-Hungarian rule; became part of the province of Bosnia-Herzegovina (1878), which was a constituent republic of Yugoslavia (1946--92)
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Bosnian and Herzegovinian law enforcement agencies face challenges with funding and staffing.
I have visited many cultural and historical places and met with various Emiratis to appreciate their culture and learn from their them," said Luka Vasilj, the Bosnia Herzegovinian student.
During the event, representatives of the Bosnian and Herzegovinian financial sector, including Dragan Vranki, Minister of Finance and Treasury of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kemal Kozari, Governor of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, donor agencies and international finance institutions, as well as microfinance practitioners discussed the importance of promoting responsible business practices in the financial sector of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Southeast Europe region.
Romanian Social Dialogue Minister Aurelia, Bucharest Governor Paul Nicolae Petrovani Former Prime Minister and candidate for presidency Mihai Razvan Angureanux, EU deputy Clodia Tapardel and Bosnia Herzegovinian Ambassador to Bucharest Dusko Kovacevic attended at the event.
Through October 2013, Bosnian and Herzegovinian police agencies report seizing six kilograms (kg) of heroin; 351 grams of cocaine; 199 kg of marijuana; 5kg of hashish; 932 cannabis plants; 1,535 cannabis seeds; 353 ecstasy tablets; 16 kg of amphetamine-type stimulants; and 157 tablets of medicinal drugs.
Still, better Blue than the Slovenian copy of Christina Aguilera, a Bosnian and Herzegovinian Alan Partridge, or a Serbian version of Twiggy.
Although the topic of his study is Serbian literature in Bosnian and Herzegovinian daily and periodical publications, Durickovic does not mention Srpkinja (Serbian Woman), published in Sarajevo in 1913--the first ever publication to be edited, as indicated on the title page, by "Serbian female writers.
Three Herzegovinian kings of oil), Slobodna Dalmacijia (Split) 21 September 2001.
As a half-Jew (father a Viennese Jew, mother a Herzegovinian Serb), he was in grave danger of being swept away by the tidal wave of Nazi bestiality.
In his interview Bojic spoke about the institutional abuse of religion, about corporate responsibility of Herzegovinian Franciscans for the politics of ethnic cleansing, about profiteering identification of Catholicism with Croatianism, about established nationalism that carries in itself the potential for future evil, and also about the faith event and "soft-core- spirituality" propagated by means of the Medjugorje shrine ("whose whole 'theology' is based on lies and manipulations").
Later, he is even more stunned to find that the same question preoccupies all the Herzegovinian emigrants he meets in Canada.
18 million) was dispersed by European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), a UK-based funder of institutions that support micro- and small businesses, to MF Banka, a subsidiary bank of Bosnian and Herzegovinian microfinance institution (MFI) Mikrofin.