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Srebrenica Massacre Remembered On 15th Anniversary

People in eastern Bosnia have been preparing to mark the 15th anniversary of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, where over 8,000 Muslim men and boys were executed.

The main Srebrenica memorial is located in nearby Potocari, where 3,749 victims are already buried. - On July 11, Bosnia marked the anniversary of the worst atrocity of its 1992-95 war: the execution of nearly 8,000 men and boys by Serb forces at Srebrenica.
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The main Srebrenica memorial is located in nearby Potocari, where 3,749 victims are already buried. - On July 11, Bosnia marked the anniversary of the worst atrocity of its 1992-95 war: the execution of nearly 8,000 men and boys by Serb forces at Srebrenica.

Coffins of newly identified victims during the preparations for the mass burial of another 775 victims.
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Coffins of newly identified victims during the preparations for the mass burial of another 775 victims.

The remains of the victims of the 1995 massacre were collected from mass grave sites around eastern Bosnia.
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The remains of the victims of the 1995 massacre were collected from mass grave sites around eastern Bosnia.

Thousands of shovels await the burials of the newly identified victims.
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Thousands of shovels await the burials of the newly identified victims.

Workers dig graves in preparation for the mass burial at Potocari.
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Workers dig graves in preparation for the mass burial at Potocari.

People arrived in Potocari after hiking for three days in a March of Peace to retrace the steps taken by the victims.
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People arrived in Potocari after hiking for three days in a March of Peace to retrace the steps taken by the victims.

In Belgrade, shoes with messages stuffed inside them formed a makeshift memorial to the victims.
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In Belgrade, shoes with messages stuffed inside them formed a makeshift memorial to the victims.

The Srebrenica massacre was the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II.
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The Srebrenica massacre was the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II.

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