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Thursday, April 17, 2014


Bosnia

  • A worker on July 7 prepares graves for a ceremony at the Srebrenica memorial center in Potocari. The International Commission for Missing Persons has so far identified more than 7,000 Srebrenica victims.
  • Participants in the 110-kilometer "March of Peace" walk through a forest on July 8 on their way to Srebrenica to retrace in reverse the path taken by Bosnian Muslims fleeing Serb forces in 1995.
  • Women weep as trucks carrying the 520 coffins leave Visoko morgue on July 9 on their way to Sarajevo and the cemetery at Potocari.
  • Many thousands of mourners lined the roads in Podlugovi on July 9 as the coffins passed.
  • Muslims look for the names of relatives on a truck loaded with caskets during a farewell ceremony near the Visoko city morgue on July 9.
  • A woman touches one of the three trucks carrying the slain victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in front of the presidential building in Sarajevo on July 9.
  • Dutch UN soldiers stand in front of Bosnian Muslim refugees in Potocari, site of the Dutch UN base in the Srebrenica enclave, before the massacre in July 1995.
  • A woman kisses one of the three trucks carrying the coffins in front of the presidential building in Sarajevo on July 9.
  • Bosnians watch as one of the trucks carrying some of the Srebrenica victims arrives in Potocari, where they will be buried, on July 9.
  • One of the 520 coffins of the recently identified Srebrenica victims is hoisted from one of the trucks that transported it to Potocari.
  • Mourners at one of the 520 coffins of newly identified victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, which were laid out in Potocari on July 9.
  • A woman grieves in Potocari after the caskets' arrival there.
  • Bosnians who waited nearly 17 years for the identification of the remains of their loved ones and a chance to see them receive a proper burial grieve in Potocari on July 9.
  • The caskets with the remains of Srebrenica victims are prepared on July 11 for the mass burial the next day at the Memorial Center in Potocari, near Srebrenica.
  • Participants in the "March for Peace" carry the Bosnian national flag as they arrive at the Memorial Center in Potocari on July 10.
  • A woman and her children pass in front of the Memorial Center in Potocari that lists more than 7,000 victims of the Srebrenica massacre, deemed an act of genocide by two international courts.
  • Military personnel prepare for the memorial ceremony in Potocari.
  • Belgrade's Women in Black, a feminist peace group, organized a march in the Serbian capital on July 10 to remember the Srebrenica victims.
  • A woman is helped away from the area where the caskets are being stored after being overcome with emotion at the Potocari cemetery on July 10.
  • Muslim women sit near a new open grave prepared for the coffin of their relative on July 10.
  • People bear the coffin of a relative in Potocari on July 10.
  • A relative searches new open graves for the coffin of a relative at Potocari cemetery on July 10.
  • A woman cries near a new open grave with the coffin of her late relative's remains, prepared for burial on July 11.
  • A woman weeps at the Potocari Memorial Center during the funeral ceremony in Srebrenica on July 11.
  • Lightning strikes during a storm over the Potocari cemetery the night before the July 11 mass burial.

Thousands Mourn Newly Identified Srebrenica Victims

Published 9 July 2012

Thousands of mourners gathered on July 11 to pay tribute as the remains of 520 newly identified victims of the Srebrenica massacre were buried at the Potocari Cemetery on July 11, the 17th anniversary of the massacre of some 8,000 Muslim men by Bosnian Serb forces. A convoy with the caskets traveled through Sarajevo, attracted grieving relatives and others to pay their respects, briefly stopping in front of the Bosnian Presidency building in the capital.