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US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on her arrival, in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is pressing political reforms to the restive Balkans with the hope that such changes will lead to the region's full integration into the European Union and NATO. Clinton arrived Monday night in Sarajevo, the capital of ethnically divided Bosnia-Herzegovina, which just held elections, to urge the country's new leadership to make EU membership a priority. She then travels to Serbia and its now-independent former province of Kosovo to encourage the bitterly divided sides to normalize relations. (Getty Images)

 

 

US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton waves as she walks out of airplane, upon arrival at Sarajevo airport, late on October 11, 2010. Secretary Clinton arrived in two-day visit to Bosnian capital on her tour of the Balkans. Clinton's visit to Balkans also includes visits to capitals of Serbia and Kosovo. (Getty Images)

 

 

US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, centre left, is greeted by unidentified officials, on her arrival, in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is pressing political reforms to the restive Balkans with the hope that such changes will lead to the region's full integration into the European Union and NATO. Clinton arrived Monday night in Sarajevo, the capital of ethnically divided Bosnia-Herzegovina, which just held elections, to urge the country's new leadership to make EU membership a priority. She then travels to Serbia and its now-independent former province of Kosovo to encourage the bitterly divided sides to normalize relations. (Getty Images)

 

 

US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, left, on her arrival, in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is pressing political reforms to the restive Balkans with the hope that such changes will lead to the region's full integration into the European Union and NATO. Clinton arrived Monday night in Sarajevo, the capital of ethnically divided Bosnia-Herzegovina, which just held elections, to urge the country's new leadership to make EU membership a priority. She then travels to Serbia and its now-independent former province of Kosovo to encourage the bitterly divided sides to normalize relations. (Getty Images)

 

 

Kosovars walk near a billboard with a photo of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in Pristina October 11, 2010. Clinton travels to the Balkans on Monday, seeking to buttress the fragile peace that was one of her husband's chief foreign policy achievements as president. Clinton will urge reconciliation for Bosnia, Serbia and Kosovo, which battled through the collapse of Yugoslavia in the 1990s and dominated the news when former U.S. President Bill Clinton was in office. (Getty Images)

 

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