Women in front a the memorial in Potocari cemetary that lists the names of the Srebrenica dead (Photo: Flickr/RNW)
07 October 2016 by Stephanie van den Berg

After the supreme court ruled in 2013 in the Nuhanovic case [IJT- 173] that the Dutch state was liable for at least three deaths of Bosnian Muslims who had sought refuge on the UN compound in Srebrenica manned by Dutch troops after the fall of the enclave, there has been a constant battle between the state and representatives of the victims trying to expand the Dutch liability to include more victims.

18 October 2011 by Nidzara Ahmetavic

Poor health is a “good indicator” of the risk of genocide facing an ethnic group, new research shows. Skeletal analysis has been used for the first time, to assess the overarching health of genocide victims before their murder in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A health-based approach to identify groups at high risk of genocide is proposed by forensic anthropologists Ann Ross and Ashley Maxwell based on their results.

18 November 2011 by -

“We killed people in groups of 10… The prisoners who came out from the first two buses had their hands tied. It took one hour to kill all the people from one bus. The 10th detachment, I believe, killed on that day (13 July 1995) about 300 people”.

By Nidzara Ahmetasevic in Sarajevo

06 September 2011 by Geraldine Coughlan

Former Yugoslav Army chief Momcilo Perisic stood straight, eyes downcast as he listened to Judge Bakone Moloto sentence him to 27 years in prison. Proclaiming him guilty of a long list of war crimes and crimes against humanity over his role in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre when around 8,000 Bosnian Muslims were killed. Also, over the 44-month Siege of Sarajevo which made daily life almost impossible for civilians.

1995 Srebrenica massacre