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sound: Tito speech on brotherhood & unity (311k)-11 sec.

ethnic cleansing
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Image: The fracturing of Yugoslavia along ethnic lines began several years after Tito's death and has been characterized by particularly vicious hatred, violence, and a program of ethnic cleansing. Whereas Bosnia was the site of much of this conflict in the early 1990s, at the end of the millenium, Kosovo has become the new killing fields. In this photo, a young Bosnian Muslim man is doused with water by two Serb police after being thrown out a window.(credit: by arrangement with WideWorld Photos/AP)

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excerpt from a Tito speech on the fraternity and unity of the nationalities of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. (credit: unknown, acquired from Tito's Homepage, a must-visit website published in Llublyana, Slovenia.)
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