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A rail link has re-opened between the capitals of Serbia and Bosnia, almost 17 years after it was cut during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia. The line was a part of the "golden era" of Yugoslavia during the 1970s and 80s, symbolising what then President Tito called "brotherhood and unity" among the country's six republics. People could start the day in an Ottoman-style cafe in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo before taking an easy six-hour ride to party in Belgrade. The ethnic hatred and brutal war left a fragile relationship between Serbia and Bosnia-Hercegovina, making travel between the two difficult, perhaps the re-opening will come to represent another step on the gradual path to reconciliation between these Balkan neighbours as the scars of war continue to heal.