A Bosnian woman casts her ballot at a poling station in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)
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Bosnians voted Sunday in municipal elections marked by a battle in the Bosnian Serb half of the country between a pro-European Union coalition and the pro-Russia separatist party that has ruled that region for more than a decade.The party is led by President Milorad Dodik, who has dominated the Bosnian Serb political scene for years but now faces political setbacks.Dodik tried to shift voters' attention away from the corruption accusations by holding, a week before this election, a divisive Bosnian Serb referendum over a disputed Republika Srpska holiday that the country's constitutional court had banned because it discriminates against non-Serbs.
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