Push for national census reveals scars of Bosnia’s painful past

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The last official census in Bosnia was in 1991, when 4.4 million people lived there. But then a brutal war broke out, killing 100,000 people and driving away 2 million. Special correspondent Kira Kay reports on the need for and concerns over a new effort to take a national census.

Kira Kay’s story is part of the PBS NewHour’s partnership with the Bureau for International Reporting and its series “Fault Lines of Faith.”

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