1992 - Sarajevo

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  • **TO GO WITH STORY TITLED TRAGEDY TOURS** A view of damaged buildings at the intersection known as Sniper Alley during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, in Sarajevo, is seen Nov. 27, 2002. The Sniper Alley is now part of a guided tour for visitors of Bosnia'/SIP
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    **TO GO WITH STORY TITLED TRAGEDY TOURS** A view of damaged buildings at the intersection known as Sniper Alley during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, in Sarajevo, is seen Nov. 27, 2002. The Sniper Alley is now part of a guided tour for visitors of Bosnia'/SIP
    11/27/2002
    SAVA RADOVANOVIC/AP/SIPA
    **TO GO WITH STORY TITLED TRAGEDY TOURS** A view of damaged buildings at the intersection known as Sniper Alley during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, in Sarajevo, is seen Nov. 27, 2002. The Sniper Alley is now part of a guided tour for visitors of Bosnia's war torn capital. At right is the Bosnian parliament building destroyed at the beginning of the war. (AP Photo/Sava Radovanovic)/TRAGEDY TOURS/FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE./0304100138

  • **TO GO WITH STORY TITLED TRAGEDY TOURS** Sarajevans walk a street in front of the Bosnian parliament building destroyed at the beginning of the Bosnian war, in downtown Sarajevo, Nov. 27, 2002. Claiming to be the first guide to be licensed in the ind/SIP
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    **TO GO WITH STORY TITLED TRAGEDY TOURS** Sarajevans walk a street in front of the Bosnian parliament building destroyed at the beginning of the Bosnian war, in downtown Sarajevo, Nov. 27, 2002. Claiming to be the first guide to be licensed in the ind/SIP
    11/27/2002
    SAVA RADOVANOVIC/AP/SIPA
    **TO GO WITH STORY TITLED TRAGEDY TOURS** Sarajevans walk a street in front of the Bosnian parliament building destroyed at the beginning of the Bosnian war, in downtown Sarajevo, Nov. 27, 2002. Claiming to be the first guide to be licensed in the independent state of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Zijad Jusufovic promotes "Mission Impossible" tours by foot or bus. His leaflet advertises 49,000 deaths or injuries in Sarajevo which "suffered as few cities have since the Second World War." (AP Photo/Sava...

  • SUISSE: ALIJ IZERTBEGOVIC
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    SUISSE: ALIJ IZERTBEGOVIC
    01/12/1993
    KESSLER VINCENT/SIPA
    ALIJ IZETBEGOVIC, WHO LED BOSNIA'S MUSLIMS DURING THE 1992-95 WAR FOR INDEPE NDENCE THEN BECAME ONE OF THE MULTIEHNIC REPUBLIC'S FIRST POSTWAR PRESIDENTS , DIED SUNDAY 19 TH OCTOBER 2003 OF COMPLICATIONS HE DEVELOPPED AFTER A FALL IN HIS HOME. PIC: THE PEACE CONFERENCE AT YOUGOSLAVIE. ALIJA IZETBEGO VIC

  • FRANCE: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC
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    FRANCE: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC
    01/09/1993
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    ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC AND BERNARD HENRI LEVY, 09/01/1993/0501041729

  • FRANCE: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC
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    FRANCE: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC
    01/09/1993
    FACELLY/SIPA
    ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC, WHO LED BOSNIA'S MUSLIMS DURING THE 1992-95 WAR FOR INDEP ENDENCE THEN BECAME ONE OF THE MULTIEHNIC REPUBLIC'S FIRST POSTWAR PRESIDENT , DIED SUNDAY 19TH OCTOBER 2003 OF COMPLICATIONS HE DEVELOPPED AFTER A FALL IN HIS HOME. PIC. BOSNIA PRESIDENT ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC AND FRENCH PRESIDENT FR ANCOIS MITTERRAND

  • YOUGOSLAVIE : Visite de Francois Mitterrand a Sarajevo
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    YOUGOSLAVIE : Visite de Francois Mitterrand a Sarajevo
    06/01/1992
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    Coup d'etat diplomatique et visite-surprise a Sarajevo du president Francois Mitterrand en compagnie de son Ministre de la sante et a l'action humanitaire Bernard Kouchner et du president bosniaque Alija Izetbegovic. Une visite de 6 heures, au lendemain du sommet europeen de Lisbonne, qui permettra de relancer le pont aerie humanitaire. Sarajevo, YOUGOSLAVIE - 28/05/1992.

  • YUG: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC
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    YUG: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC
    06/01/1992
    CIPELLI/SIPA
    ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC, WHO LED BOSNIA'S MUSLIMS DURING THE 1992-95 WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE THEN BECAME ONE THE MULTIETHNIC REPUBLIC'S FIRST POSTWAR PRESIDENTS,DIED SUNDAY 19 TH OCTOBER 2003 OF COMPLICATIONS HE DEVELOPPED AFTER A FALL IN HIS HOME. PIC: SARAJEVO, VISITED FRENCH PRESIDENT FRANCOIS MITTERRAND, BERNARD KOUCHNER AND ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC

  • Yugoslavia, Sarajevo : Alija Izetbegovic and Francois Mitterrand
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    Yugoslavia, Sarajevo : Alija Izetbegovic and Francois Mitterrand
    06/01/1992
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    Visted french president Francois Mitterrand, Bernard Kouchner, and Alija Izetbegovic. Alija Bezetgovic, who led Bosnia's Muslims during the 1992-95 war for the independence then became one of the multiethnic republic's first postwar president, died sunday 19th october 2003 of complications he developped after a fall in his home. Sarajevo, YUGOSLAVIA - 06/1992.

  • YUG :  ALIJA IZTBEGOVIC
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    YUG : ALIJA IZTBEGOVIC
    05/22/1992
    BEAUDENON/SIPA
    ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC, WHO LED BOSNIA'S MUSLIMS DURING THE 1992-95 WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE THEN BECAME ONE OF THE MULTIEHNIC REPUBLIC'S FIRST POSTWAR PRESIDENTS , DIED SUNDAY 19 TH OCTOBER 2003 OF COMPLICATIONS HE DEVELOPPED AFTER A FALL IN HIS HOME. PIC: ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC

  • REPUBLIQUE FEDERALE DE YOUGOSLAVIE : Alija Izetbegovic
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    REPUBLIQUE FEDERALE DE YOUGOSLAVIE : Alija Izetbegovic
    06/09/2009
    BOULAT ALEXANDRA/SIPA
    Alija Izetbegovic, premier president de la Bosnie-Herzegovine independante. REPUBLIQUE FEDERALE DE YOUGOSLAVIE - 04/1991./0906091524

  • APTOPIX NOSNIA HERZEGOVINA MONUMENT
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    APTOPIX NOSNIA HERZEGOVINA MONUMENT
    05/03/2007
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    People attend a ceremony to unveil a monument dedicated to the victims of the 1992-95 war in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, Thursday, May 3, 2007. Local authorities unveiled a monument at a former soccer ground that was turned into a cemetery during the 1992-95 siege of the city.(AP Photo/Hidajet Delic)/APTOPIX_NOSNIA_HERZEGOVINA_MONUMENT_SAR101/0705031443

  • BOSNIA FUNERAL
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    BOSNIA FUNERAL
    04/22/2006
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    Bosnian Muslim woman weeps near to the coffin of her relative one of victims exhumed from mass grave during funeral ceremony in Bosnian town of Vlasenica, 50 kms Northeast of Sarajevo, on Saturday, April 22, 2006. Funeral ceremony was conducted for 43 Bosnian Muslim man, woman and children killed by Bosnian Serbs at the beginning of Bosnian war 1992. All of the bodies were found and exhumed from mass grave sites near Vlasenica last year. So far 43 bodies were identified among total of 253...

  • BOSNIA SUED SERBIA MONTENEGRO AT WORLD COURT
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    BOSNIA SUED SERBIA MONTENEGRO AT WORLD COURT
    03/01/2006
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    Bosnian Muslim Dzevad Delic, 42, says a prayer near his father Abdurahman Delic's grave at the memorial center of Potocari, near Srebrenica, 100 kms northeast of Sarajevo, Wednesday, March 1, 2006. Bosnia sued Serbia-Montenegro for aggression and genocide it allegedly committed during the Bosnian 1992-95 war, in which tens of thousands of people were killed, the majority of them Muslims. The hearings in the case started this week at the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands. The slaughter of...

  • BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA INDEPENDENCE DAY
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    BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA INDEPENDENCE DAY
    03/01/2006
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    War veterans visit a graveyard for soldiers who died during Bosnia's 1992-95 war, in Sarajevo, Wednesday March 1, 2006, to mark Bosnia's independence day. The republic declared independence on March 1, 1992, prompting the Bosnian Serb population to rebel against the decision and, with the help of neighboring Serbia, try to take control over the country to keep it part of Serbia. (AP Photo/Hidajet Delic) /BOSNIA_HERZEGOVINA_INDEPENDENCE_DAY_SAR102/0603011300

  • BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA INDEPENDENCE DAY
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    BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA INDEPENDENCE DAY
    03/01/2006
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    War veterans visit the graveyard of soldiers who died during Bosnia's 1992-95 war, in Sarajevo, Wednesday March 1, 2006, to mark Bosnia's independence day. The republic declared independence on March 1, 1992, prompting the Bosnian Serb population to rebel against the decision and, with the help of neighboring Serbia, try to take control over the country to keep it part of Serbia. (AP Photo/Hidajet Delic) /BOSNIA_HERZEGOVINA_INDEPENDENCE_DAY_SAR103/0603011303

  • BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER
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    BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER
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    THIRD OF FOUR IMAGES-BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER-- Combo photographs show Sarajevo's Holiday Inn hotel and Unis towers on infamous street nicknamed "Sniper's Alley" damaged by Bosnian Serb shelling in 1992, top, and restored in a photograph made on Thursday Nov. 17, 2005. The United States brokered Dayton agreement signed on November 21 1995 ended Europe's bloodiest conflict since World War II. (AP Photo/Hidajet Delic)/BOSNIA_TEN_YEARS_LATER_DV103/0511181118

  • BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER
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    BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER
    11/18/2005
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    SECOND OF FOUR IMAGES-BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER-- Combo photographs show Sarajevo's National Library burn due to Bosnian Serb shelling in 1992, top, and restored in a photograph made on Thursday Nov. 17, 2005. The United States brokered Dayton agreement signed on November 21 1995 ended Europe's bloodiest conflict since World War II. (AP Photo/Hidajet Delic)/BOSNIA_TEN_YEARS_LATER_DV102/0511181118

  • BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER
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    BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER
    11/18/2005
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    FIRST OF FOUR IMAGES-BOSNIA TEN YEARS LATER-- Combo photographs show Sarajevo's downtown street corner damaged by Bosnian Serb shelling in 1992, top, and restored in a photograph made on Thursday Nov. 17, 2005. The United States brokered Dayton agreement signed on November 21 1995 ended Europe's bloodiest conflict since World War II. (AP Photo/Hidajet Delic)/BOSNIA_TEN_YEARS_LATER_DV101/0511181118

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/05/1992
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    Peace demonstrators marching towards the parliament building in Sarajevo run for cover as gun fire from snipers rings out, Sunday, April 5, 1992. At least one person was killed an 10 wounded in the shootings. Ethnically tense Bosnia-Herzegovina awaited a European Community decision on whether to recognize the republic?s independence. (AP Photo/Delich)/AP9204050125/19004/1203051644

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/06/1992
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    Defense force point guns at the Holiday Inn in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday, April 6, 1992, after a crowd of tens of thousands of peace protesters came under sniper fire from the hotel windows in Sarajevo. Five people were killed, and police said they arrested six Serb gunmen. (AP Photo/Tanjug)/AP9204061726/18963/1203051639

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/09/1992
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    Masked members of the Serbian Guard listen during instruction at a military training camp on Thursday, April 9, 1992 in the town of Foca, some 50 miles southeast of Bosnia-Herzegovina's capital of Sarajevo. Bosnia's President demanded that the Serb-led federal army stop helping Serbs fighting the country?s newfound independence. (AP Photo/Nikola Solaja)/AP9204091301/18963/1203051626

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/09/1992
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    Unidentified members of the German community in Sarajevo kiss while waiting on Thursday, April 9, 1992 at the local Volkswagen plant on the outskirts of the city to be evacuated on buses. Under armed guard 21 Germans, many of whom worked in the plant, departed with other nationals for the Serbian capital Belgrade. Sarajevo has been surrounded by Serb fighters who are clashing with local militia. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP9204091327/19293/1203051701

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/14/1992
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    People gather to buy food from the back of a truck in the Muslim quarter of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, Tuesday, April 14, 1992. Although a ceasefire was declared two days ago, sniper and mortar fire can be heard around the city. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP9204140405/19004/1203051629

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/14/1992
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    People scramble to buy food in the Muslim quarter of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, Tuesday, April 14, 1992. It is the second day of a ceasefire although shots and mortars can be heard frequently in the city center as snipers and militia exchange fire. (AP Photo/Marin Nangle)/AP9204140397/19004/1203051706

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/19/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    A Serb militiaman moves to shake hands with a Muslim policeman during a meeting of a Turkish special envoy and the leader of the Serbs in Bosnia-Herzegovina in Sarajevo, Sunday, April 19, 1992. The Muslim accompanied the Turkish envoy to a hotel in the outskirts of the capital which is guarded by the Serb militia. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP9204190392/19004/1203051633

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/21/1992
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    Serbian refugees from Sarajevo wait in line to board a Yugoslav Federal army helicopter, Tuesday, April 21, 1992 in Sokolac. Since fighting escalated in the republic after its independence was recognized by the United States and the European Community two weeks ago, thousands of Bosnians have fled their homes. (AP Photo)/AP9204210315/19004/1203051622

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/21/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    Members of the Muslim militia take cover behind a truck as Serbs and Muslims exchange fire near the television station in Sarajevo, Tuesday, April 21, 1992. Serb militants are stepping up their bid for Bosnia?s capital after gradually taking over the suburbs of the city and shelling its Muslim-held districts. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP9204210307/19004/1203051656

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/22/1992
    Tanjug/H. Delich/AP/SIPA
    Smoke billows from a building in downtown Sarajevo on Wednesday, April 22, 1992 after a Serbian mortar attack. A lot of buildings near the parliament were damaged during recent fighting. Serbs and Muslims fought street to street for control of Sarajevo in the fiercest combat to grip the capital in nearly two months of ethnic warfare in Bosnia-Herzegovina. (AP Photo/Tanjug/H. Delich)/AP92042211328/19293/1203051617

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/22/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    A U.N. vehicle moves into an area in Ilidza to help evacuate a hospital caught in the line of fire during an Muslim attack on the Bosnia Hotel on the outskirts in Sarajevo, Wednesday, April 22, 1992. A Yugoslav federal tank is in the background. The hotel houses journalist and E.C. monitors covering the war in Bosnia. Shooting subsided in downtown Sarajevo by midday but fighting continued in Ilidza. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP92042201320/19004/1203051636

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/22/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    Serbian militiamen move carefully towards a parked car in a lot near the Bosna Hotel after the hotel came under heavy mortar and machine-gun attack from Muslim forces in the early hours, Wednesday, April 22, 1992 in Sarajevo, suburban Ilidze. The hotel is occupied by journalists and E.C. monitors covering the war in Sarajevo. The Bosna was to be the residence of British peace envoy Lord Carrington during his upcoming visit. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP92042201311/19004/1203051627

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/22/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    Serb militarymen run for cover during the Muslim attack on the Bosna Hotel on the outskirts of Sarajevo in Ilidza, Wednesday, April 22, 1992. The hotel is mainly occupied by journalists covering the civil war and European Community monitors. A planned visit to Sarajevo on Thursday by the EC's chief mediator for Yugoslavia, Lord Carrington, and other EC envoys was uncertain. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP92042201133/7313/1203051653

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/23/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    A Muslim gunmen looks inside at the driver of a car during a patrol through the streets of downtown in Sarajevo, Thursday, April 23, 1992. Leaders of Bosnia?s three feuding ethnic groups and the federal army agreed to suspend fighting and resume talks on the republic?s future, a European Community envoy said. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP9204230206/19004/1203051706

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/24/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    A brother of a militiaman weeps over his coffin in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, Friday April 24, 1992. Several Muslim militiamen were buried in a mass funeral after being killed in clashes during the week between Serbs and Muslim militia which claimed scores of lives. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP9204240205/19004/1203051639

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/25/1992
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    Elderly Muslims read death notices posted on a wall in a Muslim district in downtown Sarajevo, Friday, April 25, 1992. Rival Serb and Muslim factions waged heavy battles until dawn in a Sarajevo suburb, ignoring appeals by Bosnia?s feuding ethnic leaders to respect a new cease-fire. (AP Photo)/AP9204250410/19004/1203051636

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/25/1992
    Martin Nangle/AP/SIPA
    Muslim soldiers drink Turkish coffe in the old city of Sarajevo Saturday, April 25, 1992 on the second day of the European Community-sponsored truce between warring Serbs and Muslims. Sarajevo radio said Saturday morning that there was little fighting but some shelling in Sarajevo overnight. (AP Photo/Martin Nangle)/AP920425088/6327/1203051652

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/26/1992
    ZORAN BODANIC/AP/SIPA
    Civilians run for cover in the Herzegovina capital of Mostar in Bosnia- Herzegovina Saturday April 26, 1992 when Yugoslavian Army and Serbian "White Eagle" troops shelled the town. Sporadic shelling in the southern city ended late Saturday, according to Radio Sarajevo. (AP Photo/Zoran Bodanic)/AP920426023/1203051640

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    04/30/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    Elma Abadzic, 18, mourns in a new Muslim Sarajevo cemetery by the grave of her friend Irean Plav in Sarajevo, Thursday, April 30, 1992. Plav, who was 20-years old, was killed last week when his car was hit by a rocket propelled grenande. The pounding of Sarajevo, including its old Muslim section, subsided on Thursday. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9204300736/19004/1203051646

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/02/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A Muslim militiaman gasps for air during a battle in central Sarajevo between Muslims and the Yugoslav federal army, Saturday, May 2, 1992. The army attacked the Bosnian capital with mortar rounds and heavy artillery after Muslim forces surrounded the army?s barracks here. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205020465/19007/1203051627

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/02/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A Muslim militiaman looks for snipers during a battle with the Yugoslav federal army in Central Sarajevo on Saturday, May 2, 1992. The Yugoslav Army attacked the Bosnian capital with mortar rounds and heavy artillery after Muslim forces surrounded the army?s barracks in the city. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205020317/14100/1203051647

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/02/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A Muslim militiaman sprints for cover after a tank round, fired by Yugoslav federal army, struck an apartment house across the street in Sarajevo on Saturday, May 2, 1992. The Yugoslav Army attacked the Bosnian capital with mortar rounds and heavy artillery after Muslim forces surrounded the army's barracks here. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205020309/14100/1203051654

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/03/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    Two women look at the battered main street in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on Sunday, May 3, 1992 after fighting between the Muslim militia and the Yugoslav federal army raged. Bosnia's Muslim President Alija Izetbegovic was released on Sunday after being held by the Yugoslav military for more than 24 hours, a top official said. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205030209/14118/1203051607

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/03/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A Muslim militiaman covers the body of a person killed yesterday during fierce fighting between the Muslim militia and the Yugoslav federal army in central Sarajevo on Sunday, May 3, 1992. Bosnian officials and the Yugoslav army bargained Sunday over the release of President Alija Izetbegovic from military custody. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205030217/14110/1203051614

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/03/1992
    Jordi Pujol/Diario Avui/AP/SIPA
    The charred body of a Yugoslavia federal army soldier lies next to destroyed cars and buses in central Sarajevo after heavy fighting, Sunday, May 3, 1992. Sarajevo streets were nearly deserted. (AP Photo/Jordi Pujol, Diario Avui)/AP9205030290/19007/1203051625

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/05/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    Smoke rises from the Jajce barracks Tuesday after it was hit by artillery fired by the Yugoslav Army from the hills surrounding Sarajevo, the Bosnian capital. Army artillery pounded Sarajevo on Tuesday, May 5, 1992 leaving the city cloaked in flames and smoke and its streets strewn with corpses. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205050280/14117/1203051618

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/05/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    A Bosnian medic attends to a wounded Bosnian fighter in the back of a van here on the slopes of the hills overlooking Sarajevo, Tuesday, May 5, 1992. The man was later taken to hospital. Heavy fighting took place in Sarajevo Tuesday, as heavy shelling by Yugoslav federal army troops touched off fires and left corpses scattered on Sarajevo's streets. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205050322/14075/1203051618

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/05/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    A Bosnian territorial Army soldier runs for cover on Tuesday, May 5, 1992 in Sarajevo after lining up an artillery piece for a shot at a near-by Yugoslav Army position. Army artillery pounded Sarajevo, leaving the mountain-ringed Bosnian capital in flames and smoke and its streets strewn with corpses. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205050355/14076/1203051627

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/05/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    Two United Nations vehicles, part of a convoy to pick up the U.N. Undersecretary for Peacekeeping Operations, Marrack Goulding, race through the destroyed streets of Sarajevo, Tuesday, May 5, 1992. The convoy, caught in heavy crossfire, was forced to turn back, stranding Goulding outside the embattled Bosnian capital. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205050330/14081/1203051630

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/05/1992
    Jozo Petric/AP/SIPA
    Citizens of Bosanski Brod on the Croatian border of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Tuesday, May 5, 1992, stand in front of buildings destroyed by Yugoslavian Air Force attacks on Monday. Many buildings were damaged and several people killed or injured in the attacks. Army artillery pounded Sarajevo, leaving the Bosnian capital cloaked in flames and smoke and its streets strewn with corpses. (AP Photo/Jozo Petric)/AP9205051510/27132/1203051646

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/05/1992
    Santiago Iyon/AP/SIPA
    A Bosnian woman carries her remaining belongings as she leaves her house in a devastated area of Sarajevo, Tuesday, May 5, 1992. Heavy fighting took place around the capital of Bosnia, which is surrounded by Yugoslav federal army troops. In Belgrade, the new Yugoslav federation presidency announced that it was giving up command of federal troops in Bosnia. (AP Photo/Santiago Iyon)/AP9205050389/19007/1203051651

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/06/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    Waving their money and bags, citizens of Sarajevo push and shove to get to the front of a queue to buy bread, after a ceasefire was declared, May 6, 1992. A fragile truce shattered in Bosnia-Herzegovina as a federal army barracks in the strategic town of Doboj was reported ablaze and shelling and sniper fire echoed across Sarajevo. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205060230/14178/1203051637

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/06/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    A Bosnian militiaman runs past a destroyed building on the slopes above Sarajevo, Thursday, May 6, 1992 Bosnia-Herzegovina. Sporadic sniper fire and heavy machine gun fire was heard throughout the area, just 2kms (1.2 miles) from Yugoslav federal army position. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205060222/14074/1203051628

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/06/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    Zaim Pacariz, a furrier, stands in front of his destroyed business in Sarajevo on Wednesday, May 6, 1992. His shop was heavily damaged and thieves stole all his furs. Shells hit Sarajevo and fighting was reported in strategic Northern and Western Bosnian towns overnight, a day after the Yugoslav presidency relinquished control of the army in the secessionist republic. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205060248/14118/1203051656

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    05/06/1992
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    Residents of Sarajevo dig new graves at a Muslim cemetery on Wednesday, May 6, 1992 in Sarajevo as a lull in fighting allowed residents of this besieged town to bury their dead and stock up on supplies. There were at least 20 recently filled graves in the cemetery. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205060354/14114/1203051654

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/07/1992
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    A Yugoslav federal army recruit, captured on Sunday by Bosnian territorial militiamen while on a convoy leaving Sarajevo, gets a hug from comrades upon his arrival at an army base outside Sarajevo, May 7, 1992. Some thirty-four soldiers were released under the auspices of the United Nations and the European Community. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205071799/18962/1203051654

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/07/1992
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    A Bosnian soldier stands guard as two of some 34 Yugoslav federal army prisoners leave the building in Sarajevo, where they were being held since their capture on Sunday from an army convoy trying to leave Sarajevo, May 7, 1992. The release was monitored by the European Community and the United Nations. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205070726/18962/1203051704

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/08/1992
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    A Bosnian fighter advances through the forest above Sarajevo on Friday, May 8, 1992 as a colleague takes cover behind a tree. Fighting raged between Yugoslav Federal Army troops and Bosnians on the slopes above this capital, near the site of the bobsled run during the 1984 Olympic Games. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205080303/14100/1203051637

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    05/08/1992
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    Body bags are stacked high in front of coffins in one of Sarajevo's morgue on Thursday, May 8, 1992 in Sarajevo. At least 80 bodies are waiting to be identified and be taken away. Serbs fought Moslims in Sarajevo Friday, turning the sky orange with the fires of explosions. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205080311/14110/1203051634

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/08/1992
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    Hustling her children down the road, a family leaves their home on a hillside, May 8, 1992 in Sarajevo. Serbs fought Muslims in the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, turning the sky orange with the fires of explosions. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205080295/14122/1203051645

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/09/1992
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    An Bosnian Muslim woman, left, mourns at her husband's grave in Sarajevo on Saturday, May 9, 1992 with an unidentified relative. Ethnic clashes raged across Bosnia-Herzegovina raged across Bosnia-Herzegovina today, a day after the Yugoslav leadership ousted 40 Communist officers in a shake-up of the Serb-led federal army. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205090229/14112/1203051627

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/09/1992
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    Two Bosnian militiamen run for cover past a known Serbian sniper position on the slopes above Sarajevo on Saturday, May 9, 1992 in Sarajevo. The men were heading towards their positions further up the hill after having bought supplies. Ethnic clashes raged across Bosnia-Herzegovina Saturday, a day after the Yugoslav leadership ousted 40 communist officers in a shake-up of the Serbs-led federal army. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205090252/14076/1203051643

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/09/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    A Bosnian militiaman carries his shopping in one hand and his weapon in the other as he advances towards his positions in the hills above Sarajevo, Saturday, May 9, 1992. Ethnic clashes raged across Bosnia-Herzegovina Saturday, a day after the Yugoslav leadership ousted 40 communist officers in a shake-up of the Serb-led federal army. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205090179/14074/1203051700

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/10/1992
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    Bosnian fire fighters finish putting out a fire at a local Red Cross building in central Sarajevo Sunday, May 10, 1992, after it was hit by shell fire from Yugoslav federal army positions on the hills above the town. Fighting continued in the besieged Bosnian capital Sunday. Women and children were evacuated by bus while explosions and mortar fire shook the city. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP920510048/10733/1203051631

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/10/1992
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    A Bosnian mother, center, says goodbye to her two daughters, May 10, 1992 in Sarajevo as they prepare to board a bus taking children out of Sarajevo. Women and children are being evacuated from the besieged Bosnian capital as fierce ethnic fighting continues to tear the city apart. Bosnia's President Alija Izetbegovic appealed to the United Nations for intervention as heavy shelling shook the city Sunday. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205100168/14122/1203051633

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/10/1992
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    Two women and their children wait to leave with their belongings as fierce explosions shook the Bosnian capital, May 10, 1992 in Sarajevo. Several hundred women and children boarded buses leaving the besieged capital as fierce fighting continued between Yugoslav federal army troops and Bosnian fighters. Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic appealed to the United Nations for intervention. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205100150/14121/1203051622

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/11/1992
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    An unidentified photographer walks along the ruins of a house in Sarajevo on Monday, May 11, 1992, that was damaged during attacks by Yugoslav army backed Serbian militiamen. Heavy fighting ripped through Sarajevo killing at least four people. (AP Photo/Delic)/AP9205111272/19293/1203051624

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/11/1992
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    An unarmed Bosnian militiaman is framed by a large bullet hole in the window of a bus, May 11, 1992 in Sarajevo. Heavy fighting ripped through Sarajevo, killing at least four people, as Serb forces tightened their hold on this embattled city that once stood as a symbol of ethnic harmony. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205110209/14121/1203051656

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/11/1992
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    An armed militiaman, left, stands near a large pile of garbage in Central Sarajevo, Monday, May 11, 1992. Sanititation facilities have been suspended in the city due to the presence of Yugoslav Federal army troops encircling it, and the trash in the streets is mounting. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205110217/14268/1203051653

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/12/1992
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    A Bosnian militiaman runs for cover in the hills above Sarajevo on Tuesday, May 12, 1992. Sporadic fighting continued in and around the city, as the European Community pulled its last observers out of Bosnia-Herzegovina, saying ethnic warfare made their mission too dangerous. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205120133/11599/1203051623

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/12/1992
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    A woman runs for cover past abandoned newspaper stands after a sniper opened fire on a main square in Sarajevo, Tuesday, May 12, 1992. Sporadic fighting continued in and around the city, as the European Community pulled its last observers out of Bosnia-Herzegovina, saying ethnic warfare made their mission too dangerous. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205120323/14251/1203051624

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/12/1992
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    Two Yugoslav National Army soldiers stand guard behind their bazooka at the Marshall Tito Barracks in Central Sarajevo on Tuesday, May 12, 1992. Negotiations are underway for the withdrawal of the army from these barracks, which may happen as soon as tomorrow. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205120307/14100/1203051645

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/13/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    A Sarajevo resident cycles past the wreckage of burnt-out vehicles damaged in fighting last week, in central Sarajevo, May 13, 1992. Sniper fire from the surrounding hills has prevented parts of this town from being cleaned up, but the city was relatively quiet Wednesday as Bosnian Serbs announced unilateral cease fire. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205130322/14121/1203051623

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/13/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A fireman gestures Wednesday, May 13, 1992 in Sarajevo, from the wreckage of a burnt out building after it was set ablaze during fighting in Sarajevo late Tuesday, night between, Bosnian militiamen and Yugoslav federal army forces. The building was hit a shell fired from inside the Marshall Tito barracks. The city was quiet on Wednesday. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205130124/10733/1203051646

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/14/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A Serbian irregular fighter sprints towards another position as another waits near a hotel in the suburb of Ilidza on Thursday, May 14, 1992 in Sarajevo as fighting erupted between Bosnians and Serbs. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205140263/14079/1203051614

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/14/1992
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    A wounded Serbian fighter is loaded into the back of a car in the Sarajevo suburb of Ilidza during fighting with the Muslim forces on May 14, 1992. At least three people were killed in the incident and three wounded when a mortar round exploded near a Yugoslav federal army armored personnel carrier. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205140289/14077/1203051618

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/14/1992
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    Soldiers from the Yugoslav National Army unload weapons from a truck on Thursday, May 14, 1992 in Ilizda, a suburb of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. The weapons were handed out to Serbian reservists. The capital is the scene of heavy fighting as members of the army and the Muslim Territorial Defense battle. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205140339/14100/1203051626

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/14/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    A Yugoslav federal army Special Forces soldier runs for cover during fighting in the Suburb of Ilidza, Sarajevo on Thursday, May 14, 1992. Bosnian militiamen attacked this area in the early hours and fighting was reported throughout the Sarajevo area. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205140305/14100/1203051632

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/15/1992
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    United Nations peacekeepers and reporters examine the wreckage of UN vehicles outside the UN residence, Friday, May 15, 1992 in Sarajevo. The vehicles were destroyed when they received a direct hit in a battle Thursday between the Yugoslav federal army-backed Serbian forces and the Muslim Territorial Defense. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205150122/11645/1203051634

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/15/1992
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    A mosque, which was hit by two rounds from Yugoslav federal army artillery during battle, stands above a smoke covered in Sarajevo on Friday, May 15, 1992. Residents of the Bosnian capital doused fires and cleared rubble on Friday in a full that followed a day of street fighting. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9205150205/14118/1203051633

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    05/15/1992
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    A Swedish United Nations Peacekeeper runs for cover between vehicles after coming under fire, Friday, May 15, 1992 outside of the UN residence in Sarajevo. The president of the U. N. Security Council said he expected passage of resolution on Friday demanding withdrawal of the Yugoslav army and Croatian forces from Bosnia-Herzegovina. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205150114/11645/1203051654

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/15/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    A local volunteer hoses down a burning building Friday, May 15, 1992 in Sarajevo, after it was destroyed in a heavy artillery barrage by the Yugoslav National Army during fierce fighting in Sarajevo Thursday. The city is calm Friday as the people gather to bury their dead and take the wounded to the hospital. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP920515061/10733/1203051701

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/16/1992
    David Brauchli/AP/SIPA
    An old man walks past a wrecked tram in Central Sarajevo on Saturday, May 16, 1992. Heavy fighting could be heart in and around this besieged city, with very few people venturing out on the streets. Most U.N. peacekeepers targeted by recent fighting decided to leave Sarajevo Saturday amid resurgent battles for the Bosnian capital between its Muslim defenders and Serb fighters. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)/AP9205160527/14116/1203051631

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/18/1992
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    A mourner at a Muslim cemetery in Sarajevo visits a freshly-dug grave of a relative, Monday, May 18, 1992. The town has suffered heavy shelling in the last days. Serb attackers and Muslim-led defenders of Sarajevo paused in the near-constant battle for the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina as Russia began trying to mediate a settlement. (AP Photo)/AP9205180764/19007/1203051640

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    Bosnia Civil War
    05/27/1992
    Tanjug-Hhidajet Delic/AP/SIPA
    Paramedics help a victim of a mortar attack after arriving at a Sarajevo hospital, Wednesday, May 27, 1992. Mortar shells fired by Serb fighters landed in a crowd lined up for bread in Sarajevo killing at least 20 people and wounding dozens, a radio reporter said. The attack was a further indication that the competing military forces are beyond political control. (AP Photo/Tanjug-Hhidajet Delic)/AP9205270367/19007/1203051628

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/08/1992
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    Two Bosnian militiamen weep as they wait outside Sarajevo hospital on Monday, June 8, 1992 for news of their seriously wounded comrade, brother of the man on the right. Heavy fighting could be heart around this besieged city as Bosnian forces attempted a counter offensive. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206080385/14100/1203051637

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/08/1992
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    A defiant Bosnian fighter wounded in fighting raises his rifle outside a Sarajevo Hospital on Monday, June 8, 1992 in Sarajevo. Heavy fighting was heard throughout this besieged city as the Bosnian forces launched an offensive against Serbian forces encircling the town. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206080443/14076/1203051643

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/08/1992
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    Bosnian militiamen gather around the body off a comrade killed in fighting in Sarajevo on Monday, June 8, 1992. Heavy fighting could be heard around this besieged city as Bosnian forces attempted a counter offensive. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206080419/14100/1203051704

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/09/1992
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    A young Bosnian soldier kneels by the grave of his friend Heric Ibrahim, on Tuesday, June 9, 1992 in Sarajevo who was killed in combat against Serbian forces yesterday. After a relatively quiet night, sporadic booms of heavy weapons and anti-aircraft gun volleys could be heard at a distance in Sarajevo Tuesday, contrasting with Monday when 20 shells a minute rained on the city. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206090335/14076/1203051639

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    06/09/1992
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    A Serbian soldier takes cover behind a wall as he looks at the bridge over the Neretva River in the town of Mostar, Capital of Herzegovina, some 100 miles southwest of Sarajevo, Monday, June 9, 1992. The bridge divides warring Serbian and Muslim-Croatia. The bridge is still under sniper fire from both sides. (AP Photo/Nikola Solaja)/AP9206090376/19007/1203051657

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    06/10/1992
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    Bosnian militiamen evacuate a wounded comrade from front line positions on the hills above Sarajevo, Wednesday, June 10, 1992. Bosnian forces are well dug in and are under constant mortar and artillery fire from Serbian forces encircling the city. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206100662/14075/1203051637

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/10/1992
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    A Bosnian fighter peers from a fox hole as another looks, in their front line fox hole just 150 yards form Serbian positions in the hills above Sarajevo on Wednesday, June 10, 1992. The Bosnian forces are well dug in and under constant mortar and artillery fire from Serbian forces encircling the city. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206100688/14076/1203051627

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/10/1992
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    A Bosnian militiaman runs for cover in Central Sarajevo, Wednesday, June 10, 1992, after several mortar shells landed in the area. The city is under constant mortar and artillery fire from Serbian forces encircling it. (AP Photos/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206100498/11600/1203051633

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/11/1992
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    A woman runs by a barricade in the Sarajevo neighborhood of Alipashino Polje, on Thursday, June 11, 1992. The streets are mostly deserted, people only emerging from their shelters briefly to buy what little food is available. The city was mainly quiet with sporadic artillery fire from Serbian forces in the surrounding hills. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206110919/14265/1203051607

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/11/1992
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    The body of a woman lies in the street in central Sarajevo Thursday, June 11, 1992, as a car speeds past to avoid sniper fire. The city was mainly quiet with sporadic artillery fire from Serbian forces in the surrounding hills. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP920611064/1203051626

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/12/1992
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    Two men carry away drinking water from a truck in the Sarajevo neighborhood of Sokolje, Friday, June 12, 1992. It was the first time water had reached the area for 10 days after fighting between Serbian and Bosnian forces had cut the supply. Serbs on Friday announced a cease fire in Bosnia-Herzegovina beginning next week offering their fullest cooperation yet to U.N. monitors in the republic. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206120686/14179/1203051607

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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/12/1992
    Santiago Lyon/AP/SIPA
    Bosnian fighters run towards one of their positions after a battle erupted near the city center for control of a strategic hill, Friday, June 12, 1992 in Sarajevo. Serbian forces continue to besiege this city. Serbs on Friday announced a cease fire in Bosnia-Herzegovina beginning next week offering their fullest cooperation yet to U.N. monitors in the republic. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206120660/14074/1203051607

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    06/12/1992
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    in charge of food at Sarajevo's main hospital, shows some of the French food aid on Sunday, June 14, 1992. The food arrived in trucks late Saturday and was just for the hospital. More aid is expected in the next few days. Serb forces in Bosnia reportedly made peace overtures and agreed to allow Sarajevo?s airport to reopen for emergency relief flights. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206120678/14104/1203051625

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    06/12/1992
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    A man walks past graffiti in the besieged capital of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina on Friday, June 12, 1992. The city's streets became virtually deserted every afternoon as Serb shelling from surrounding hills intensified. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP920612045/1203051658

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/13/1992
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    A Sarajevo resident rides his bicycle past some United Nations troops near their headquarters, Saturday, June 13, 1992 in Sarajevo. The U.N. nations limit their activities to occasional escorts and reconnaissance missions but mainly stay in their barracks. Fighting raged in Bosnia despite a Serb leader?s announcement of a truce next week, Radio reports said that 21 people were killed and 161 wounded in Bosnia on Friday night. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206130222/14080/1203051614

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    06/13/1992
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    A Sarajevo resident cooks on a wood fire outside a house, destroyed by a shell, on Saturday, June 13, 1992 in Sarajevo. With many parts of the city without electricity people are taking to cooking in the street. Serbian forces in the surrounding hills continue to shell the city. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206130214/14214/1203051648

  • Bosnia Civil War
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    Bosnia Civil War
    06/15/1992
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    Sarajevo residents take to the streets for the first time in weeks at Sarajevo on Monday, June 15, 1992 as a cease was to take effect between the rival Bosnian and Serb forces. Mortar attacks and an infantry assault were reported on Monday in the Bosnian capital, only hours after the cease-fire was to take effect. (AP Photo/Santiago Lyon)/AP9206150386/14255/1203051626