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Security stepped up for Bosnian World Cup clash

The battle lines are drawn once more in Sarajevo as Serbs and Bosnians prepare for an showdown, nearly a decade after the end of their bloody, ethnic conflict. Fortunately, this time there is nothing more at stake than qualifying points for football’s World Cup. The Serbia-Montenegro team is coming to town today for the first post-war competitive match between the two countries. Organisers at the Kosevo stadium are taking no chances, though, mounting an unprecedented security operation in a country where bitter ethnic divisions linger between Muslims, Serbs and Croats. Post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina is divided into a Serb sector and a Muslim-Croat sector and many Bosnian Serbs do not regard Bosnia as their homeland. Group Profile

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