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BOSNIA-PROTESTS/
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March 04, 2014
Anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration on the boulevard Nacionalne Revolucije, which...
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration on the boulevard Nacionalne Revolucije in Mostar...
Anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration on the boulevard Nacionalne Revolucije, which is the line of demarcation between the western and eastern parts of the city, in Mostar February 19, 2014. The front line in Mostar during the Bosnian war ran north-south, along a road parallel with the emerald waters of the Neretva River. Catholic Croats held the west and Muslim Bosniaks the east, much as they do today. Under socialist Yugoslavia, the road was called Boulevard of the People's Revolution, but as the people splintered along ethnic and sectarian lines, so it became simply 'Bulevar'. Two decades on, Bulevar remains an unofficial borderline between Croats and Bosniaks in a town that symbolizes more than any other the dysfunction of post-war Bosnia. Picture is taken on February 19. To match Insight BOSNIA-PROTESTS/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT)
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