Security tight as Bosnians go to Belgrade

October 11, 2005
BELGRADE, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Lingering hostility from the ethnic war between Serbs and Muslims in the early 1990s is expected to take a back seat when Serbia and Montenegro tackle Bosnia on Wednesday with a World Cup berth at stake.

Strong security measures are in place and both sides are going out of their way to play down the political aspects of their match in the Serbian capital, their second encounter after a 0-0 draw in Sarajevo a year ago.

'We hope that the pitch will ...

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