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Bosnia’s 3 Groups Reach Unity Agreement

Leaders of the major ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina, seeking to unify their country after years of sectarian hatred, pledged Tuesday to overhaul their constitutional and government system for the first time since the Bosnian war ended a decade ago. Prodded by the Bush administration, the leaders representing the country’s Serbian, Croatian and Muslim factions said they were committed to an initial set of reforms – including the scrapping of an unwieldy system of three presidents – by March 2006, and to further steps in subsequent years. Full Story

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