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Latest update : 2015-12-23

Bosnia: Baljvine, the village that rejected ethnic divisions

December 2015 marks 20 years since the Dayton Accords brought an end to the Balkan war. Today, Bosnia is still struggling to rebuild and has been hurt by divisions that run deep. But 20 years ago, one small village did resist the ethnic bloodshed of war. In Baljvine, Muslims and Orthodox Christians refused violence and protected each other. In a nation still divided along ethnic lines, their example stands out as a tragic exception. Report by Luke Brown, Alexandra Renard and Mersiha Nezic.

A programme prepared by Anna Kowalska, Patrick Lovett and Elise Duffau.

By Luke BROWN , Alexandra RENARD , Mersiha NEZIC

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