15 January 1999 Sarajevo–Secondary-school students in Bosnia and Herzegovina are learning three different histories, depending on what part of Bosnia they live in and on their ethnic origin. With education divided between Republika Srpska and the Bosniak-Croat federation, as laid down in the Dayton agreement, few Bosnian teenagers are able to learn about the full […]

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