Return To Sarajevo

The war in Bosnia ended ten years ago this month after a peace deal was reached at Dayton, Ohio.

The conflict, which turned neighbour against neighbour, had raged for nearly four years, killing more than 200,000 people and ravaging the country's towns and villages.

The BBC's Allan Little reported from Bosnia and its capital Sarajevo for most of that time - and revisits the people and places he knew then to see what kind of peace they're living with.

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20051220

The war in Bosnia ended ten years ago this month after a peace deal was reached at Dayton, Ohio. The conflict, which turned neighbour against neighbour, had raged for nearly four years, killing more than 200,000 people and ravaging the country's towns and villages.

The BBC's Allan Little reported from Bosnia and its capital Sarajevo for most of that time - and revisits the people and places he knew then to see what kind of peace they're living with.

20051220

The war in Bosnia ended ten years ago this month after a peace deal was reached at Dayton, Ohio.

The conflict, which turned neighbour against neighbour, had raged for nearly four years, killing more than 200,000 people and ravaging the country's towns and villages.

The BBC's Allan Little reported from Bosnia and its capital Sarajevo for most of that time - and revisits the people and places he knew then to see what kind of peace they're living with.

20051220

The war in Bosnia ended ten years ago this month after a peace deal was reached at Dayton, Ohio.

The conflict, which turned neighbour against neighbour, had raged for nearly four years, killing more than 200,000 people and ravaging the country's towns and villages.

The BBC's Allan Little reported from Bosnia and its capital Sarajevo for most of that time - and revisits the people and places he knew then to see what kind of peace they're living with.