- In Bosnia, the war has ended but much hatred remains, Corbadzic said.
- Now, Corbadzic is back living in Sarajevo, this time alone in an apartment while she attends school.
- When one student asked what she found most different about the United States, Corbadzic said attitudes toward smoking.
- Corbadzic said she remembers hearing that the war was over after the Dayton peace talks, but the fighting did not stop.
- Before war broke out in Bosnia, Nerina Corbadzic was like many 9-year-olds, enjoying carefree hours playing with friends.
- As Corbadzic took questions, the Chaminade-Julienne students learned she was a fan of American television shows and an avid MTV watcher.
- Corbadzic is staying with Chaminade-Julienne sophomore Kim Wolf's family in Centerville and has attended classes at the school this week, speaking to students about the evils of racism and war.
- Corbadzic is one of 12 students from an arts and music high school in Bosnia-Herzegovina visiting Dayton this week to participate in activities commemorating the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords, which helped bring an end to the war.
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