Bosnian Organization Offers Knowhow in Search for WTC Missing | GenomeWeb

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nov. 21 - Bosnia and Herzegovina is not known for its exports. But its recent wartime history has led to the development of an expertise that this Balkan country is now sharing with one of its main supporters, the United States.

 

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