Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic (2nd L) and his Bosnian counterpart Denis Zvizdic (L) review a guard of honour in Sarajevo on November 4, 2015. AFP PHOTO
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The Bosnian and Serbian premiers held their first joint government session since the 1990s Balkan wars Wednesday, defying the possibility of new conflict after Germany raised fears of fresh fighting.The two Balkan countries share an uneasy past, as during Bosnia's 1992-1995 conflict that broke out when Yugoslavia fell apart, Belgrade backed Bosnian Serbs against the country's Muslims and Croats.Since the war, which claimed 100,000 lives and left almost half of the pre-war population displaced, Bosnia and Serbia have gradually improved their relations, despite being burdened with unresolved issues such as war crimes.
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