Bosnia became independent 30 years ago, but divisions in the region remain

Bosnia and Herzegovina was created in 1992 from the remains of the former Yugoslavia, setting off a sectarian war in which Serb forces committed genocide against Muslims, known as Bosniaks. While the war ended 30 years ago, as Special Correspondent Kira Kay reports, ominous sectarian tensions remain. The story is part of our ongoing initiative, ‘Exploring Hate: antisemitism, racism and extremism,’ and is produced in partnership with New York University’s Global Beat program.

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