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Downhill bikers Mulic, Hadzic and Kolar train on the disused bobsled track from the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics on Trebevic mountain near Sarajevo

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Downhill bikers Kemal Mulic (L-R), Tarik Hadzic and Kamer Kolar train on the disused bobsled track from the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics on Trebevic mountain near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Abandoned and left to crumble into oblivion, most of the 1984 Winter Olympic venues in Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo have been reduced to rubble by neglect as much as the 1990s conflict that tore apart the former Yugoslavia.

Citizens of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, gather and light candles in front of the Bosnian government building, late on Sunday. Bosnians spontaneously continued the protests against authorities' failure to overcome inter-ethnic bickering and fill in a legal vacuum which prevents all children born since February to acquire personal documents. Protestors demand the government to pass the law necessary to continue issuing Personal Identification Numbers for those born after February 1, 2013.   The protests were sparked by the case of a three-month-old baby girl who could not be sent to Germany for medical treatment as her parents were unable to obtain a passport for her.

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Citizens of Sarajevo gather and light candles in front of the Bosnian government building, early on Monday.