14 November 2000 SARAJEVO–Bosnians voted on 11 November in the third general elections since the end of the 1992-95 conflict to elect what officials hope will be new democratic authorities at state, entity, and cantonal levels. But as hardline Serbs and Croats claimed victory in key races, prospects for ethnic integration looked dim. The vote–in […]

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