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A Victory for Bosnian Children

Expand A Srebrenica massacre survivor touches a bullet riddled wall at a warehouse near the elementary school in Petkovci, 200 kilometers (124 miles) north of Sarajevo, where Serb soldiers brought him for execution 20 years ago. June 27, 2015. © 2015 AP Photo/Amel Emric I was 8 years old when I learned how war can affect education. Along with thousands of other children caught in the tumult of the Bosnian war, from 1992 to 1995, I had no safe school to go to. Instead of being safe places for children to learn, play, and make friends, schools during the war were often places of summary execution and unlawful…

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