What was once one language called Serbo-Croatian now has three names: Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian. As Gazeta Wyborcza correspondent Ana Uzelac found-on a visit to elementary schools around Sarajevo, what you call that language - and what you call your neighbors - has a lot to do with where you attend school in the new Bosnia-Herzegovina

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