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Ban·ja Lu·ka

 (bän′yə lo͞o′kə)
A city of north-central Bosnia and Herzegovina northwest of Sarajevo. Ruled at various times by Turkey and Austria, Banja Luka became part of Yugoslavia after World War I.

Banja Luka

(Bosnian ˈbaːnjaː ˌluːka)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Bosnia-Herzegovina, on the Vrbas River: scene of battles between the Austrians and Turks in 1527, 1688, and 1737; besieged by Serb forces (1992–95). Pop: 182 000 (2005 est)

Ba•nja Lu•ka

(ˈbɑ nyə ˈlu kə)
n.
a city in N Bosnia and Herzegovina. 183,618.
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1) Department of Radiology, Dom zdravlja, Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, (2) Diagnostic Imaging Center, Oncology Institute of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia, (3) Institute of Clinical Radiology, University Hospital Clinical Center Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, (4) Department of Radiology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, USA, (5) Faculty of Medicine University of Nis, Department of Radiology, Nis, Serbia
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Bosnian Deputy Foreign Minister Ana Trisic Babic contended that Davutoglu's visit to Banjaluka was driven by ill intentions.
Among topics of the 52 excerpts and short pieces are the history of modern Romanian civilization, the outline of Polish history, Teutonic knights, the current state and development of Slovak culture, and the Resolution of the Muslims of Banjaluka.
1) Faculty of Technology, University of Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina