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    Posted April 9, 2014 by
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    Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     AmnaMo has been participating in daily protests in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, including this one on Sunday. AmnaMo, 43, lived through the Bosnian War. “I support protests, as we all deserve to live in normal and better society, with more social justice and less corruption,” she said. Protests began in the city of Tuzla on Feb. 7 and spread to other cities, including Sarajevo and Mostar. Hundreds were injured when the protests in some cities turned violent in February, according to the BBC. CNN was unable to verify all of the claims in this iReport.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    Citizens of Bosnia-Herzegovina are on the streets for 59 days, fighting for social justice and against corruption. Today in Mostar they made performance called 'Berlin wall has fallen, and Mostar wall will fall'. Mostar is divided city and protesters are surrounded with high number of police forces in order to intimidate citizens and to prevent social unrest. Some protesters were beaten and jailed, some received criminal charges, but citizens continue to gather every day on 'no man's land' in the center of Mostar to express their dissatisfaction with present political, economic and social situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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