The recent arrest of war crimes suspect Radovan Karadï¿½ić has refocused the world's attention on Bosnia-Hercegovina. Karadï¿½ić played a key role in the war that consumed the former Yugoslav republic in the early 1990s.
A striking feature of that conflict was the ethnically-targeted destruction of cultural monuments. In Banja Luka --now the capital of the Serb-run part of Bosnia -- Serb forces destroyed all 16 of the city's mosques. The most famous one -- the Ferhadija -- is undergoing an ambitious restoration. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.