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Bosnia appears split on whether to unify

Bosnians appeared split in key elections on the country’s future Sunday, with Muslims and Catholic Croats voting for politicians who want to unify the Balkan nation, but Serbs backing a candidate who advocates ethnic division, early results showed. With up to 50 percent of the vote counted, election officials said it appeared that Nebojsa Radmanovic — whose party chief recently proposed a referendum that would allow Serb territories to secede — would win the Orthodox Christian Serbs seat in Bosnia’s three-member presidency. Full Story

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