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Bosnia braces for more unrest after protests

Bosnia-Herzegovina braced for fresh protests amid warnings the country could face a "tsunami" of popular anger over its dire economy after days of riots left several hundred people injured. Yesterday, demonstrators set fire to a section of the presidency building in capital Sarajevo and at least 200 people were injured in clashes with police. The protests are the Balkan country's worst unrest since the 1992-1995 war and reflect growing despair over the state of the economy in a nation where unemployment stands at 44 percent and where one in five lives below the poverty line. Tim Friend report for Al-Jazeera

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Produced by Emina Durmo, Federico Fornaro
Directed by Tim Friend
Video Language en
Produced Feb 08, 2014
Published Feb 10, 2014
Production Company Al-Jazeera/Raw-News
Distributor Al-Jazeera

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