They were forgotten in the aftermath of the Bosnian war. We take a closer look at the Muslim refugees who fled their villages, only to watch as authorities drew a border between them and what used to be their home. Eighteen years after the conflict, many of them are still living in desperate poverty, selling scraps of discarded coal to survive. Like them, one in four Bosnians live under the poverty line. Laurent Rouy and Steve Agnew bring you this report.
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