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Bosnia votes for mayors at time of renewed tensions

Bosnia voted for new mayors on Sunday at a time of renewed ethnic tensions, with the election marked by a minor clash between Muslims and Croats in the country's south. A fight broke out in the town of Stolac when a Muslim candidate, complaining of fraud, lashed out violently at an ethnic Croat who was overseeing the poll, said national electoral commission chief Ahmet Santic.
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