Jacky Rowland reports from Sarajevo on the continuing uncertainty about the fate of some twenty-thousand people who disappeared during the war in Bosnia. Three years ago the warring parties in Bosnia formally signed their peace agreement in Paris. Since then, international officials have been working with local politicians to try to make that peace a reality. There''s been progress in many areas, such as freedom of movement and repairing war damage. But thousands of people still have no information about the fate of their loved ones.
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