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... for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court, but died of a heart attack during his trial.
This conflict took place in several different stages, beginning in the late 1980's when several regions of Yugoslavia announced that they wanted greater autonomy, due to increasing nationalism among their various ethnic factions. The first two areas to declare independence were Slovenia and Croatia in 1991, a move which the ...
... the town did for work and he said most of them would never have had any education and would basically be subsistence farmers growing their own food.
Next stop was in the town of Blagaj where Teo hopped out of the car to fill up his water bottle at a spring that was gushing out from underneath a bridge. There was wild mint all around it and he picked a whole lot to flavour his drink, so I quickly copied. Pretty much a woodsman now.
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... unity—using a combination of steel and original white stone which had been salvaged from the wreckage. Its 11-year reconstruction took two years longer than its original building.
Stop for lunch in the quiet rural village of Blagaj, which is best known for its Byzantine fortresses, but is actually much older—it has been inhabited for 9,000 years. A ...
... 8217;s Army bombed Mostar and gradually took control of the city. During ensuing battles the city was basically split in half with one half being controlled by the Croatian Democratic Union and the other half by the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This was what created the siege of Bosnia as many buildings, mosques and the famous Stari Bridge were destroyed and many lives were lost. Snipers were present through the whole town ...