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  • (Soundbite of bells ringing) POGGIOLI: Church bells peel over the town of Travnik, an hour's north of Sarajevo, but there are hardly any Catholics here anymore.

    Postwar Bosnia Hamstrung By Ethnic Divisions

  • Early in the week, six Serbian Jastreb ground-attack fighters left Banja Luka on a bombing mission to the Muslim munitions depot at Novi Travnik (map).

    Crossing A No Man's Land

  • The Islamic warriors began to trickle into the Travnik area this summer, first posing as journalists, then appearing more openly in locally purchased camouflage jackets and pants.

    HELP FROM THE HOLY WARRIORS

  • "Nobody can stop the people who come here from the Middle East or Turkey to help the Bosnian people," says former Yugoslav Army Col. Emir Redzic, who now commands the Muslim Forces in Travnik.

    HELP FROM THE HOLY WARRIORS

  • People who know him in nearby Travnik say his home is Saudi Arabia, where his wife and nine children see very little of him.

    HELP FROM THE HOLY WARRIORS

  • Now she prays the traditional five times a day at a mosque in Travnik, the central Bosnian town where she, her mother and her younger brother fled after Serbs destroyed their home in nearby Turbe.

    HELP FROM THE HOLY WARRIORS

  • "If they want to offer the people religion, culture and language, that's good," says 27-year-old Zafir, a Muslim from Travnik who asked that his last name not be used.

    HELP FROM THE HOLY WARRIORS

  • "I am just doing what I can," he says, tugging his thick black beard while lounging outside the Travnik headquarters of the Muslim Forces, an offshoot of the Bosnian Army.

    HELP FROM THE HOLY WARRIORS

  • When the central Bosnian town of Travnik fell to the Muslims, Serbs helped evacuate Croatian civilians and soldiers.

    Bosnia: An Unholy Alliance

  • From Zvornik to Srebrenica, from Travnik to Somalia, Haiti and beyond I've been asked: 'What' ethnicity are you?

    BHM (Black History Month)

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