srebrenica-survivor-seeks-dutch-peacekeepers-prosecution 18 Aug 14 Srebrenica Survivor Seeks Dutch Peacekeepers’ Prosecution

After the Netherlands was found guilty of failing to prevent his father and brother’s killings in 1995, a Srebrenica survivor wants Dutch commanders who were supposed to protect them to be prosecuted.

living-with-the-tragic-legacy-of-srebrenica 15 Jul 14 Living With the Tragic Legacy of Srebrenica

A new book, ‘Srebrenica in the Aftermath of Genocide’, examines the devastating impact that the 1995 massacres had on Bosnian society as well as the people who lived through it.

srebrenica-s-forgotten-legacy-war-criminals-in-the-us 11 Jul 14 Srebrenica’s Forgotten Legacy - War Criminals in the US

As Bosnians the world over mark the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, survivors deserve to know why so many Bosnian Serb fighters involved in the slaughter have since found sanctuary in America.

srebrenica-anniversary-genocide-convicts-serving-500-years 11 Jul 14 Srebrenica Anniversary: Genocide Convicts Serving 500 Years

As the 19th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres is commemorated, 30 Bosnian Serbs have so far been jailed for a total of 568 years for genocide and other crimes in July 1995.

srebrenica-anniversary-the-rape-victims-testimonies 11 Jul 14 Srebrenica Anniversary: The Rape Victims’ Testimonies

Some of the women who were raped by Bosnian Serb soldiers at the time of the Srebrenica massacres in July 1995 have found the courage to conquer their fears and speak out.

srebrenica-anniversary-the-netherlands-on-trial 10 Jul 14 Srebrenica Anniversary: The Netherlands on Trial

Srebrenica victims’ families are awaiting a landmark judgement in their lawsuit against the Netherlands over accusations that Dutch peacekeepers failed to prevent their relatives’ deaths in 1995.

escaping-death-on-the-flight-from-srebrenica 11 Jul 13 Escaping Death on the Flight From Srebrenica

Hasan Hasanovic recalls his near-death experience escaping from Srebrenica, when he managed to evade the mass killings but never saw his father or brother again.

interview-tribunal-delays-return-of-srebrenica-victims-belongings 11 Jul 13 Hague Delays Return of Srebrenica Victims’ Belongings

The Hague Tribunal seems reluctant to return the possessions of massacre victims to their relatives in Bosnia, causing some to seek the prosecution of the UN court's former prosecutor.

more-than-550-years-for-srebrenica-crimes 11 Jul 13 Srebrenica Killers Jailed For 553 Years So Far

By the 18th anniversary of the Srebrenica atrocities in July 1995, the Hague Tribunal and Bosnia’s state court had convicted a total 27 people for their involvement in the killings.

srebrenica-aaåth-sabotage-unit-taking-breaks-amid-cold-blooded-murder 13 Jul 12 Srebrenica - 10th Sabotage Unit: ‘Taking Breaks Amid Cold-blooded Murder’

Six members of unit believed to have killed around 800 people from Srebrenica in 1995 have been jailed so far to 157 years.

making-a-better-future-by-resolving-the-past 11 Jul 12 'Making a Better Future by Resolving the Past'

In four years working as a forensic anthropologist, Esma Alicehajic has taken part in dozens of Srebrenica exhumations, and says she never allows herself to feel emotional while working on a mass grave.

zvornik-brigade-guilty-for-2-500-plus-deaths 11 Jul 12 Zvornik Brigade, Guilty For 2,500-Plus Deaths

Verdicts on seven members say VRS brigade played key role in slaughter after fall of Srebrenica - executing victims and transporting the bodies to mass graves.

bosnian-serb-army-chiefs-deemed-responsible-for-massacre 11 Jul 12 Bosnian Serb Army Chiefs Deemed Responsible For Massacre

Hague verdicts hold High Command under Ratko Mladic most responsible for the carnage in Srebrenica, along with active participation of Bosian Serb army’s Drina Corps.

of-four-households-one-man-survived 08 Jul 12 ‘Of Four Households, One man Survived’

Sehida Abdurahmanovic recalls the fate of her extended family following the fall of Srebrenica, when the slaughter of men at the hands of the Bosnian Serb army began.

hague-srebrenica-film-undermines-judgments 02 Dec 11 Hague: Srebrenica Film Undermines Judgments

Following showing of ‘A Town Betrayed’ in Sweden, Hague tribunal’s head of outreach says film contradicts past judgments of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia.

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