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Bosnian Leaders Strike Unifying Agreement

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Bosnian Leaders Strike Unifying Agreement

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Bosnian Leaders Strike Unifying Agreement

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In early November, a Bosnian Muslim man prays between graves of victims of the worst massacre of Bosnia's civil war -- at Srebrenica in 1995. Corbis hide caption

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The leaders of Bosnia's three major ethnic groups — Muslims, Serbs and Croats — agree to rewrite the constitution to more strongly unify the country. The historic move comes 10 years after the Dayton peace accords ended Bosnia-Herzegovina's brutal civil war. The deal, announced in Washington, represents a new diplomatic push in the Balkans by the Bush administration.

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