Bosnian and Yugoslav Wars

1992-1995

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Occupation: Member of the German Bundestag
Occupation: Former President of the European Commission
Born: 1971
Occupation: Businessperson
Born: 1998
Occupation: Student
Born: 1980
Occupation: Academic
Born: 1974
Occupation: Researcher
Location: Ukraine
Born: 1993
Occupation: Clinical Research Associate
Location: Detroit
When the former Yugoslavia separated in 1992, intense violence rooted in ethno-religious disagreement erupted. The violence, labelled as the Bosnian War, culminated in the Dayton Accords in 1995. Over 100,000 people died during the war, and the region suffered extensive physical destruction and extreme economic hardship.