3 January 2001 SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina–Bosnia’s capital, once famous for crazy partying and spectacular New Year’s celebrations, has become a dark provincial town with few decorations. Yet recent celebrations of Islamic holidays have shown that it’s not a question of money or post-war poverty but rather a change in priorities. It is an exaggeration […]

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