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Bosnian workers rest, after marching all night,  in an elementary school sports hall , as they reach the city of Orasje, on the border with Croatia,  250 kms north of Sarajevo on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014. Nearly 200 employees of Bosnian factories that have closed, leaving them without pay for more than a year, are marching toward Croatia in the hope of getting jobs there. The workers left  city of Tuzla in northern Bosnia on a journey of 77 kilometers (47 miles) to the Croatian border. Croatia, a European Union country, is more prosperous than Bosnia, where unemployment is more than 40 percent. Bosnia's transition to capitalism and a market economy, which began two decades ago, included the privatization of state-owned factories, but many of them have gone bankrupt. Existing laws prevent many of the workers from being laid off, but they often don't get paid. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)

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