16 Nov 16 Serbia to Punish Genocide Denial, Says Minister

Justice Minister Nela Kuburovic said Serbia will introduce a law to punish the denial of genocide and war crimes if the offences have been confirmed by the International Criminal Court or Serbian courts.

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28 Oct 16 Bosnian Serbs Greenlight Saudi Grant for Srebrenica

The Republika Srpska has given the nod to a million-euro Saudi Arabian grant aimed at rebuilding 55 homes for post-war returnees to the eastern town of Srebrenica.

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19 Oct 16 Srebrenica Victims Challenge Mayoral Election ‘Violations’

Srebrenica massacre victims’ associations have filed a criminal complaint alleging that electoral law was violated during this month’s municipal polls which gave the town its first post-war Serb mayor.

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11 Oct 16 Srebrenica Votes Recounted as Bosniaks Seek Annulment

A recount of the votes for the mayor of Srebrenica has begun, but the Bosniak-led Party for Democratic Action said the poll has been fatally tainted.

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04 Oct 16 US Deports Bosnian Serb Couple for War Lies

The US deported a former Bosnian Serb military officer and his wife to Serbia after they were convicted of lying about the man’s activities in the 1992-95 war to gain immigration benefits.

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03 Oct 16 Netherlands Targeted in Appeal Over Srebrenica Deaths

War victims are launching an appeal in The Hague, calling for the Netherlands to be held responsible for the deaths of all the Bosniaks from Srebrenica who were killed in July 1995.

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03 Oct 16 Serb Set to Oust Bosniak as Srebrenica Mayor

Bosnia’s local elections delivered a surprise in Srebrenica, where a Serb is expected to replace a Bosniak as mayor for the first time since the 1995 massacres, if confirmed by final results.

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29 Aug 16 Serbia PM Srebrenica Attack ‘Still Under Investigation’

Contrary to Serbian allegations, an investigation into men who allegedly attacked Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic at the Srebrenica commemoration in 2015 is still ongoing, the local mayor said.

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12 Jul 16 Bosnian Serb War Deaths Commemorated Near Srebrenica

Hundreds of Bosnian Serbs in the village of Zalazje, near Srebrenica, commemorated the anniversary of the deaths of 69 people killed by the Bosnian Army on July 12, 1992.

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12 Jul 16 Belgrade Activists Light Candles for Srebrenica Victims

Human rights activists gathered in front of the Serbian parliament to light candles and place tributes to the Bosniak victims of the Srebrenica genocide to mark its 21st anniversary.

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11 Jul 16 Thousands Mourn at Srebrenica Anniversary Commemoration

Thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica to mark the 21st anniversary of Europe’s worst atrocity since the Holocaust and bury 127 more Bosniak victims of the massacres.

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11 Jul 16 Srebrenica Commemorates 21st Anniversary of Massacres

The 21st anniversary commemorations at the genocide memorial near Srebrenica will see the burial of 127 more victims of the massacres that left more than 7,000 Bosniaks dead.

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05 Jul 16 Bosnian Authorities Quarrel Over Srebrenica Ceremony

Bosnian Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak has ordered his ministry to stop cooperating with the committee organising next week's Srebrenica commemorations, after it banned Serbian officials from attending.

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29 Jun 16 Serbian MPs Call for Srebrenica Genocide Resolution

Two Serbian parliamentary factions have called on the national assembly to urgently adopt a resolution on the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica ahead of the 21st anniversary next month.

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13 Jun 16 Bosniaks Boycott Srebrenica School in Language Row

Bosniak parents in Srebrenica started boycotting the local elementary school on Monday, in a row over the official name of the language that their children are being taught in.

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