serving-coffee-in-chicago-for-srebrenica-s-missing-07-12-2017 12 Jul 17 Serving Coffee in Chicago for Srebrenica’s Missing

Bosnian-born artist Aida Sehovic placed thousands of cups of coffee on a Chicago square to mark the anniversary of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, creating a unique memorial that tells the public how the victims died.

srebrenica-the-massacres-that-went-unpunished-07-09-2017 11 Jul 17 Srebrenica: The Massacres that Went Unpunished

Twenty-two years after the Srebrenica massacres, direct perpetrators of mass killings of Bosniaks at several lesser-known execution sites have still not been charged or put on trial.

video-messages-from-the-dead-of-srebrenica-07-07-2017 10 Jul 17 Video Messages from the Dead of Srebrenica

Recordings made by a Srebrenica man called Velid Delic, who was killed in the 1995 massacres, show life in the town during the war years - with poignant messages from people who never survived.

srebrenica-genocide-convicts-return-to-freedom-07-06-2017 07 Jul 17 Srebrenica Genocide Convicts Return to Freedom

Twelve Bosnian Serbs convicted of genocide have served their sentences and been released - some have returned to live in places where the massacres happened, while others continue to deny that Srebrenica was genocide.

dodging-death-in-srebrenica-s-mass-executions-07-05-2017 07 Jul 17 Dodging Death in Srebrenica’s Mass Executions

Wounded by executioners’ gunfire and left for dead by Bosnian Serb troops, Nedzad Avdic recalls how he managed to survive a mass shooting of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in July 1995.

ratko-mladic-s-gifts-to-children-chocolate-and-lies-07-05-2017 06 Jul 17 Ratko Mladic’s Gifts to Children: Chocolate and Lies

Izudin Alic was eight when Bosnian Serb Army chief Ratko Mladic met him and other Bosniak children in Srebrenica in 1995, gave them chocolates, and falsely promised that everyone would be safe.

srebrenica-survivors-desperate-trek-to-freedom-07-03-2017 05 Jul 17 Srebrenica Survivors’ Desperate Trek to Freedom

Thousands of Bosniak men and boys were killed in the woods around Srebrenica in 1995 as they tried to flee Serb forces - but some survived by walking for days, dodging ambushes and minefields.

bosnian-serb-colonel-beara-chose-evil-says-author-07-03-2017 04 Jul 17 Bosnian Serb Colonel Beara ‘Chose Evil’, Says Author

Hatred, nationalism and loyalty to Ratko Mladic made Bosnian Serb Army colonel Ljubisa Beara a key organiser of the Srebrenica massacres, says journalist Ivica Djikic, the author of a novel about the recently-deceased convict.

srebrenica-s-first-serb-mayor-tries-to-escape-the-past-03-22-2017 22 Mar 17 Srebrenica’s First Serb Mayor Tries to Escape the Past

Mladen Grujicic, Srebrenica’s first Serb mayor, says he wants to look beyond the trauma of war and the bitterly-contested genocide debate to seek a better future for the depopulated, impoverished town.

bosnian-serb-leaders-mull-retaliation-for-genocide-appeal-02-26-2017 27 Feb 17 Bosnian Serbs Mull Retaliation for Genocide Case Appeal

Politicians in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska are debating their response to Sarajevo’s genocide case appeal against Serbia, which threatens to turn into one of the biggest crises since the war.

uneasy-quiet-in-srebrenica-bosnia-as-vote-count-continues-10-06-2016 06 Oct 16 Srebrenica Waits Uneasily for Mayoral Vote Result

Officials claimed that everything was calm but some locals were nervous as they continued to wait to find out whether a Serb or a Bosniak has won the mayoralty in the wartime flashpoint town.

srebrenica-genocide-kingpin-becomes-literary-villain-07-12-2016 12 Jul 16 Srebrenica Genocide Kingpin Becomes Literary Villain

Croatian journalist Ivica Djikic has published a novel about the life of Bosnian Serb war criminal Ljubisa Beara, who he describes as “the co-creator and the main operational organiser” of the Srebrenica massacres.

srebrenica-prison-sentences-637-years-and-counting-07-11-2016 11 Jul 16 Srebrenica Prison Sentences: 637 Years and Counting

The Bosnian state court and the Hague Tribunal have sentenced 38 people to a total of 637 years in prison - plus three life sentences - for the atrocities committed 21 years ago against Srebrenica’s Bosniaks.

srebrenica-s-bone-hunter-maintains-his-one-man-search-07-08-2016 09 Jul 16 Srebrenica’s Bone-Hunter Continues His One-Man Search

Walking the forest paths each day in the Bratunac area, where thousands of Srebrenica victims were killed in July 1995, Ramiz Nukic has found the bones of more than 200 people.

a-srebrenica-mother-s-portrait-of-her-lost-sons-07-07-2016 08 Jul 16 A Srebrenica Mother Remembers Her Lost Sons

Ahead of the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres next week, a woman whose two sons were killed by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995 recalls the day she saw them for the last time.

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