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REBUILT MOSQUE ATTACKED

"Saboteurs blew up a mosque in the Serbian part of Bosnia just three months after it was reopened following its destruction during the 1992-1995 war," the New York Times reported earlier this month. "Muslims expelled by Serbian forces at that time have only recently begun to return to the area,  ... 

SARAJEVO OLYMPIC BID REJECTED

A campaign to return the Olympics to Sarajevo -- site of the 1984 winter Olympics -- has failed. The International Olympic Committee picked four finalists for the 21st winter games in 2010, but the Bosnian capital did not make the list. The official IOC announcement is at http://www.olympic.org ... 

MILOSEVIC BOSNIA TRIAL BEGINS TODAY

"UN prosecutors have opened their genocide case against Slobodan Milosevic, vowing to prove that he played a leading role in the worst crimes against humanity in Europe since World War II," CNN Europe reports, in a story posted at http://europe.cnn.com/2002/WORLD/europe/09/26/hague.milosevic/ind ... 

Serbia: Kostunica Remarks Frighten Bosnia

An apparent bid by federal president Vojislav Kostunica to curry favour with Serbian nationalists has rocked relations between Yugoslavia and Bosnia. While Kostunica was visiting the border town of Mali Zvornik on September 14 as part of campaigning for Serbia's presidential elections, the Democr ... Belgrade officials hurried to convince Bosnia that the president's words did not herald a sea change in Yugoslav policy, stressing that they continued
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