The social history of the Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina

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AI Report 1998: Bosnia-Herzegovina
Amnesty International, 22 June 1998. More than a million refugees and displaced persons were unable to return to their homes because of continuing human rights violations.
Poverty in B&H
By Emir Habul, Alternative Information Network (AIM), Sarajevo, 13 July 1999. More than 2.1 million (60%) inhabitants of B&H cannot survive on their income and the number will increase. 25 per cent of the poor are employed. Only economic progress and permanent jobs offer salvation.
Ethnic Hatred Permeates Bosnia's Bitter Peace
By R. Jeffrey Smith, Washington Post, Friday 10 November 2000. The shooting has stopped, but the nationalist ideology endures. War criminals remain on the loose; no one has been detained for the killings. Rock-throwing breaks out regularly, people from different ethnic groups rarely speak.
Violence against minorities in Republika
News Release Issued by the International Secretariat of Amnesty International, 10 November 2001. The rising incidence of violent attacks against members of minority groups returning to the Republika Srpska (RS) entity of Bosnia-Herzegovina is of increasing concern./dd>