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Thousands of Muslim Bosnians commemorate 1995 Srebrenica massacre
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Among the sea of simple green coffins waiting to be buried, Rabija Hrustanovic found the remains of her husband and brother: “I want to lay down next to them and stay here forever,” she said before breaking into tears, the Associated Press reported.




Ratko Mladic goes on trial for genocide
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(AlJazeera English)

The trial of General Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb army chief accused of orchestrating war crimes and a campaign of genocide, has begun at a special UN court at The Hague in the Netherlands.




Srebrenica Anniversary: One Mother’s Catharsis As Son’s Bones Are Identified
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SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Three bones make Kada Hotic feel like a winner. It may not sound like much after nearly two decades of anguish, but to her they mean everything.




Mlevludin Oric, Bosnian Muslim Soldier, Discusses Surviving Mladic’s Killing Fields
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The hardest part was the ants. They crawled over his arms and legs, over his face and into his mouth, hour by hour as he pretended to be dead in a pile of corpses slowly turning stiff.




John Feffer: Mladic v. Bin Laden: A Tale of Two Raids
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They were both responsible for thousands of civilian deaths in causes they believed were righteous. They both occupied top spots on the World’s Most Wanted list. They were both the subject of raids that were years in the making and required extensive intelligence work.




Pamela Geller Watch: Serbian War Criminal Mladic Caught – Pamela Geller Inconsolable
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War criminal Ratko Mladic was arrested yesterday in Serbia, where he was hiding from justice under an assumed name. Time’s Mark Benjamin has this excerpt from Mladic’s indictment, with horrifying details of his massacre of thousands of Muslim prisoners.