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Bosnian Serbs Hold 'Unconstitutional' Referendum

Tensions continue 20 years after war in Bosnia; Jordanian writer Nahid Hatter shot dead ahead of trial for satirical cartoon; Can free Interrail tickets boost European identity?

Vote on national holiday highlights continuing tensions 20 years after war in Bosnia; Jordanian writer Nahid Hatter shot dead ahead of trial for satirical cartoon; Should the EU give away free Interrail tickets to strengthen European identity?

(Image: A man votes during a referendum on "Statehood Day" near Banja Luka. Credit: Reuters/Dado Ruvic)

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