In Bosnia, voters are heading to the polls Sunday to elect a new government. But ethnic tensions in the region are rising between Serbs, Croats, and Bosniaks, who share power in an unusual arrangement with three presidents. Many experts are now worried that Russia may use its influence to destabilize the region. And disrupt a delicate piece that has held since the end of the country's bloody civil war. John Last reports.
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