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Victims Reburied Near Srebrenica On Anniversary Of Massacre

Thousands of people gathered near the Bosnian town of Srebrenica to mark the 18th anniversary of the wartime massacre of Bosnian Muslims there in 1995. The ceremony at the memorial center in Potocari included the reburial of 409 newly identified victims, bringing the number of graves there to more than 6,000. During the 1995 mass killing -- Europe's worst since World War II -- Bosnian Serb forces killed some 8,000 Muslim men and boys. Many victims still have not been identified.

Bosnian women cry over the coffins of relatives, set to be reburied in Potocari, near Srebrenica.
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Bosnian women cry over the coffins of relatives, set to be reburied in Potocari, near Srebrenica.

Some 6,000 victims of the Srebrenica massacre have been reburied at the Potocari Memorial Center. Many others have yet to be identified.
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Some 6,000 victims of the Srebrenica massacre have been reburied at the Potocari Memorial Center. Many others have yet to be identified.

A man prays over he coffin of the youngest victim of Srebrenica, newborn Fatima Muhic.
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A man prays over he coffin of the youngest victim of Srebrenica, newborn Fatima Muhic.

Hava Muhic (center), the mother of Fatima, the youngest victim of the mass killing
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Hava Muhic (center), the mother of Fatima, the youngest victim of the mass killing

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