Bosnian and Yugoslav Wars

1992-1995

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Occupation: Politician (German Greens)
Occupation: Former President of the European Commission
Occupation: Consul General at the German Consulate in New York
Born: 1971
Occupation: Businessperson
Born: 1998
Occupation: Student
Born: 1980
Occupation: Academic
Born: 1974
Occupation: Research Professor at Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
Location: Ukraine
Born: 1993
Occupation: Clinical Research Associate
Location: Detroit
When the former Yugoslavia separated in 1992, ethnic and religious friction sparked a series of interrelated wars: the Ten-Day War, the Croatian War of Independence, the Bosnian War, and the Kosovo War later in the decade. Marked by ethnic cleansing and genocide, these wars were among the bloodiest in the history of post-WWII Europe, and displaced over 2 million refugees.