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Carrying their future in Bosnia in bags of coal

Carrying their future in Bosnia in bags of coal
By Euronews
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Each day Esed and over 400 others picks through the rubbish that trucks dump from a mine in Bosnia. They are looking for coal and it is their livelihood.

He doesn’t want to talk about the conflict of 20 years ago, but he is reminded of it everyday because Bosnia is now poorer than before the war.

With the average monthly overall bill for a family of four at 900 euros and the average salary just 400 euros it means a struggle to survive for all ages and ethnic groups.

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