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May 28, 2015 
Members of children's choir "Superar" listen to other members practicing songs that will be performed... 
Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Members of children's choir "Superar" listen to other members practicing songs that will be performed... 
Members of children's choir "Superar" listen to other members practicing songs that will be performed during the Pope's visit to Sarajevo at their music school in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina May 23, 2015. Even before arriving in Sarajevo, Pope Francis has achieved a remarkable feat. Preparing for the visit, Bosnians of all faiths are showing a rare unity in a country plagued by political and ethnic tensions nearly 20 years after the end of its 1992-95 war that claimed over 100,000 lives. While the pontiff's June 6 visit is the most eagerly awaited by Catholic Croats, the smallest group in the ethnically segmented state, Orthodox Serbs and Muslim Bosniaks have also taken an active part in preparing a warm welcome for Francis. Picture taken May 23, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic 
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