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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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Bosnian journalists could relate to editor Vichali Chasie from the hill state of Nagaland, campaigning for independence from India, when he said he had to be measured in what he wrote, otherwise a bullet might be fired through his window the next day.
Local councillor Ricky Henderson said: "We are very conscious of Kosovar refugees at the moment but you don't hear anything about the Bosnians anymore."
The Bosnian Serbs and Croats should not be readily identified with the Serbs of Serbia (Yugoslavia) or the Croats in Croatia.
During the three-and-a-half years that the Bosnian capital lay under Serbian attack, 10,609 people were killed - including 1,600 children - before the international community intervened and mediated an American-brokered peace agreement in Dayton, Ohio, in November 1995.
The clumsy compromise at the London Summit on July 20 is a victory for the Bosnian Serbs.
They could not save the human souls from the barbaric deeds of the Serbs, who are mercilessly perpetrating all sorts of inhuman rascalities on the innocent Bosnian men, women and children, their men are murdered, women are raped, even children are done to death.
Even many Bosnians reacted with shock to the third anniversary celebration of the Seventh Muslim Brigade, televised across the country last month.
Women and the reproductive health of Bosnian and Croatian society are targeted in other ways.
It is no wonder that the Bosnians preferred the brochure's message to the official line delivered at press conferences.
The "arm the Bosnians" crowd has bought into a central claim of the Izetbegovic government: that it represents the will of all the Bosnian communities and that this government was anointed with legitimacy in 1992--despite the refusal of the Serbian third of Bosnia's population to have anything to do with it--merely because the NATO powers gave it the thumbs up, diplomatic recognition.
During the visit, the delegation of Majlis Al-Shura has met with President of Scholars and Mufti of Islamic chiefdom in Bosnia and Herzegovina Hussein Kauzawvic and a number of Bosnian officials.
Tuesday his appreciation for the stance taken by Kuwait toward the Bosnian