PT 1: Documentary: Born of War
Bosnia became known for the systematic rape of women. Thousands were victimized. No one knows how many took their resulting pregnancies to term or how many kept the children to whom they gave birth. Few women in Bosnia Herzegovina have ever spoken about raising children conceived because of the brutality of that war. We found two who would .... both Bosnian Muslims. Today, a documentary sharing their stories of unimaginable atrocities, produced by The Current's Lara O'Brien and translated by Sabina Niksic.
PT 2: Sarajevo - Then and Now
Today Sarajevo has been rebuilt and the sounds are the sounds of any city once-burned-out buildings now shimmer with new glass facades but the pattern of holes caused by sprays of schrapnels often still visible under the plaster patchwork of other buildings.
Anna Maria shares her many memories of her time reporting in Bosnia and talks to Aida Alibalic, her former translator in the summer of 1993 to share her memories and what it's like to live in Sarajevo now.
And meet Kenan Hedic, a third generation coppersman who's living off the spoils of war. He takes spent shell casings from heavy artillery and turns them into art.
PT 3: General Jovan Divjak
General Jovan Divjak was second in command of the Bosnian army. He speaks with us about fighting for a city under siege. And at 44 months it was the longest siege of a capital city in modern warfare.
Retired Bosnia army General Jovan Divjak created Education Builds Bosnia-Hercegovina, a non-governmental organization that began during the siege of Sarajevo to help children victimized by the war and now offers scholarships and help to many young Bosnians in need.