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WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
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June 27, 2014 
Bosnian Serbs lay flowers after the unvieling of a statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Bosnian Serbs lay flowers after the unvieling of a statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony... 
Bosnian Serbs lay flowers after the unvieling of a statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled the statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
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