Srebrenica

Gravestones of thousands of victims at the Srebrenica genocide memorial (Photo: Benjamin Hennig).

More than 8,000 Bosniaks were massacred during the Srebrenica genocide on 11 July 1995. Young people from the Balkan region reflect on the national commemoration and the fuel for conflict it still carries. Read their insights here! The gravestones of thousands of victims at the Srebrenica genocide memorial.

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