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Bosnian policemen try to hold off protestors in their attempt to storm of local government building in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, on February 7, 2014. Several thousands of people protested in Sarajevo, showing solidarity with protestors in Northern Bosnian town of Tuzla where citizens clashed with police as they tried to storm the building of the local government and confront the officials there, whom they blame for allowing several city's state-owned companies to go bankrupt after dubious privatizations. On the third day, the protests have shown a trend of spreading to several cities countrywide. AFP PHOTO / STRINGERSTR/AFP/Getty Images
Bosnian policemen try to hold off protestors in their attempt to storm of local government building in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, on February 7, 2014. Several thousands of people protested in Sarajevo, showing solidarity with protestors in Northern Bosnian town of Tuzla where citizens clashed with police as they tried to storm the building of the local government and confront the officials there, whom they blame for allowing several city's state-owned companies to go bankrupt after dubious privatizations. On the third day, the protests have shown a trend of spreading to several cities countrywide. AFP PHOTO / STRINGERSTR/AFP/Getty Images

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