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Bosnia-Herzegovina

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  • proper n. Alternative form of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Examples

  • SARAJEVO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA (BosNewsLife) -- The international administrator of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Paddy Ashdown, has fired 60 Bosnian Serb officials for failing

    BosNewsLife - Christian News Agency

  • The website - Srebrenica-mapping genocide - was launched by the Sarajevo-based advocacy group Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Bosnia-Herzegovina, which is funded by the United States and other Western countries as well as several nongovernmental organizations.

    Activists Create Interactive Map of the Srebrenica Killings

  • He expressed concern that Bosnia-Herzegovina, which is divided between a Muslim-Croat and Serbian entity, still has no national government eight months after the elections because of ethnic tensions.

    US Envoy Condemns Kosovo Partition Plans, Ethnic Tensions

  • SARAJEVO Reuters - U.S. authorities on Tuesday extradited to Bosnia a Muslim ex-soldier accused of taking part in the mass murder of Croat civilians in southern Bosnia-Herzegovina during the Muslim-Croat conflict there in 1993, Bosnia's prosecutor's office said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The Obama administration is paying attention to the Balkans in locations such as Bosnia-Herzegovina where the nasty Serbian ultra-nationalists are interested in demanding a breakup of the Eastern European nation, a move which would certainly trigger increased chances of bloodletting and violence.

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  • There are also certain nationals of Bosnia-Herzegovina who insist that they speak Serbian, or Croatian, and believe that the language spoken by their Muslim compatriots, referred to as “Bosniaks,” should not be called “Bosnian” but rather “Bosniak.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • When she met President Halilovic of Bosnia-Herzegovina after the war in the Balkans, she learned that, "After the war ended, a secondary plague ensued, where hundreds of children were dying by being shot or shooting each other as they located the weapons their parents hid to protect their families from future potential threat."

    Mark Wiener and Linda DiGusta: Surrender -- Artist Lin Evola's Flight of Angels

  • Ireland have seeded status and will face Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro or Estonia.

    Ireland's Robbie Keane under fire and set to miss Euro 2012 play-off

  • An estimated 40,000 people gathered in Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina on Monday to mark the 16th anniversary of Europe's worst civilian massacre since World War II.

    40,000 Pay Tribute to Victims of Srebrenica Massacre

  • Three of the new Americans from Iran, Mexico and Bosnia-Herzegovina make nice, short speeches.

    Dorian de Wind: U.S. Naturalization Ceremony Evokes Memories of 50 Years ago

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