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Srebrenica genocide, 25 years on: The survivors' wounds never heal

Deutsche Welle Friday, 10 July 2020
A quarter-century after the Srebrenica genocide, the former UN prosecutor for war crimes Serge Brammertz speaks about the ongoing process of reconciliation and the recent increase in historical revisionism.
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News video: Survivors recount Bosnia's Srebrenica genocide, 25 years on

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Bosnia marks the 25th anniversary of a genocide committed by Serb forces in Srebrenica where thousands perished.

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