a city in Yugoslavia, in northwestern Bosnia (republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina), on the Una River in an intermontane depression. Population, 18,000 (1967). Bihac is a transportation center. It also has a woodworking combine and food industry. A hydroelectric power plant is located below Bihac on the Una River.

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Procurement of systematic inspection services for the employees of the regional directorates and the director general of the Directorate with a place of work at the Bihac Directorate
The largest number of illegal immigrants were detected in the areas of Trebinje, Visegrad, Zvornik, Bratunac, Gacko, Velika Kladusa, Bijeljina, Bihac and in a smaller number in the areas of Brcko, Foca, Posusje, Capljina and Gruda.
The organizational structure of the ICBH is composed of eight muftiluks (a district level organizational unit of the Islamic Community, which typically includes more than 15 majlises): Bihac, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Travnik, Zenica, Gorazde, Sarajevo and Mostar.
The Ottoman Empire -- which once stretched from Bihac in today's Bosnia to Basra in Iraq -- was a rich mosaic of intermingled cultures, traditions and languages under the ultimate authority of the Sultan in Istanbul.
They established the Youth Working Group in 2003 to organize a series of interreligious conflict-resolution trainings in Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Brcko, and Bihac.
1991 yilinda Yugoslavya'nin dagilmasi ile baslayan ic savasin daha basinda BM Guvenlik Konseyi'nin 713 (1991) sayili kararla uluslararasi barisin ve guvenligin tehdit altinda oldugunu tespit etmesine, (44) 816 (1993) sayili kuvvet kullanma dahil gerekli tum onlemlerin alinmasini iceren karari almasina (45) ve Saraybosna, Zepa, Bihac ve Srebrenica gibi bolgelerde katliam duzeyine varan insan haklari ihlallerinin, bu bolgeleri yaklasik 35 bin kisilik bir birlik ile koruma gorevi verilmis UN Protection Force --UNPROFOR'un (BM Koruma Gucu) gozleri onunde islenmesine ragmen, BM catismalari sona erdirecek mudahaleyi ancak Agustos 1995'de gerceklestirebilmistir.
The amount covers sponsorship of 4,274 orphans and 52 children with disabilities in 25 areas belonging to the municipalities of Sarajevo, Tuzla, and Bihac.
59) This concept was then extended to Sarajevo, Tuzla, Zepa, Gorazde, and Bihac in Resolution 824.
In September this year, Shell expressed interest to get a concession in three areas containing possible deposits, but the government agreed only to a concession in the Dinaridi area, stretching from the town of Bihac in the west to the Adriatic town of Neum in the south.
Modeling and optimization of parameters in hydroforming thin-walled tubular elements, University of Bihac, Faculty of Technical Engineering, Doctoral dissertation, 9-29 (in Bosnian).
HOSPITAL BURNT IN BOSNIA: The fire which was erupted in the state hospital in Bosnian northwestern city of Bihac caused big panic in the city.
DNZ (NDZ): DemokratskaNarodnaZajednicaBiH (Democratic People's Union/Community) --separatism and regionalism; FikretAbdic'sBosniac party in the Bihac area; moderate nationalist; deputies are predominately Bosniak.