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Sarajevo : Bosnia and Herzegovina | over 2 years ago  
Bosnia Open the trial of Muslims war crimes committed, with eight Bosnian Muslim wartime officials standing trial on Thursday been accused of tortures and abuse of Serb in the detention...
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