1995 Srebrenica massacre

Srebrenica massacre was perpetrated by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica – a town in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina in July 1995. It resulted in more thousands of Bosnian boys and men losing their lives and more than 20,000 civilians being expelled from the region. This incident is considered as the worst episode of mass murder in Europe since the Second World War.
This massacre is the Europe’s only acknowledged genocide during the post-world war period. Recently, thousands of people in Bosnia and Herzegovina gathered to commemorate this incident and bury 19 newly identified victims.

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