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An exhibition titled “Breaking Free”, hosted by the “Forgotten Children of War” association – focusing on the stigmatized children of the 1992-5 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina – will open at the Cultural Centre in Srebrenica, in eastern Bosnia, on Saturday.

BIRN | August 14th, 2019
The Bosnian state court on Tuesday cleared former Bosnian Army brigade commander Ahmet Sejdic of 11 counts of inhumane treatment of Serb civilians and prisoners of war from the Bosnian Serb Army in the period between July 1992 and February 1993.

BIRN | July 20th, 2019
The appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court on Thursday found Dragan Janjic guilty, in his capacity as a former police officer, of hitting and then raping a woman at the police station in Miljevina in the Foca municipality during the war in August 1992.

BIRN | July 20th, 2019
Responsible for Genocide
The Dutch Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the Netherlands was partially liable for the deaths of around 350 Bosniak men who were handed over to Bosnian Serb Army troops on July 13, 1995 by the UN’s Dutch Battalion of peacekeepers, based near Srebrenica, and later killed.

BIRN | July 20th, 2019
WJC - Jewish Diplomatic Corps
The largest bloodbath in Europe since WWII began on this day 24 years ago. It became known as the Srebrenica massacre. Over 8,000 men and boys were murdered for one reason only: They were Bosnian Muslims. And the world sat idly by.

B.net | July 12th, 2019
The United States of America
The United States remains a steadfast partner of the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Today, as we remember the fallen, we reaffirm our commitment to building peace and prosperity throughout the region and to ensuring such a tragedy can never happen again.

B.net | July 11th, 2019
Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
On the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, mayors of the Canadian cities of Toronto, Hamilton, Windsor and Saskatoon proclaimed July 11th the Remembrance Day of the Genocide in Srebrenica.

IRGC | July 10th, 2019
Invitation:
After the Holocaust, the world vowed "Never Again," but the fall of the United Nations "safe area" of Srebrenica to Bosnian Serb and Serbian forces in July of 1995 stands out as the international community's most egregious failure to intervene during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It led to genocide, forced displacement, and a legacy of loss.

ACBiH | July 8th, 2019
The Bosnian state court found Sretko Pavic guilty on Monday of having participated in the murder of five civilians in the village of Rizvanovici in the Prijedor area in the second half of July 1992, and sentenced him to 13 years in prison.

BIRN | June 27th, 2019
“We need to fight against the denial of genocide. This is all the more important because in the [former Yugoslav] region, a culture of genocide denial has taken root,” she added.
Over 8,000 Bosniak men and boys were killed in a series of massacres after Bosnian Serb forces overran Srebrenica in July 1995.

BIRN | June 27th, 2019
Institute for Research of Genocide Canada Response to Petition
People like Misic fail to understand that the right to freedom of expression is not limitless. For example, if Misic were to stand in front of a large crowd and proclaim a desire to kill his neighbour, he would find himself facing arrest and criminal charges.

B.net | June 21st, 2019
Roma
As a survivor of Genocide in Bosnia at the end of the last century and after the failure of the cry "Never Again" in the aftermath of the Holocaust, I know what it means to be safe in the home...

Dr. Mustafa Cerić, reisu-l-ulema (1993 - 2012) | June 14th, 2019
When Azmir Sabanovic was 14 years old, he was one of thousands of people who fell victim to reservist police officers who were responsible for persecution, murders, abuse and rape in the Serb-dominated entity of Republika Srpska during the war in 1992.

BIRN | June 11th, 2019
Born in 1924, Dr. Catovic lived with his family in Bilice, an area in modern day Bosnia-Herzegovina, and was a student of the famous Gazi Husrev-beg Medresa. His life changed drastically when he was left orphaned as a young teenager in the horrific genocide against the Muslims during the 1940s...

Bosniaks.Net | June 3rd, 2019
In May of 2012, the Prijedor police banned a public gathering commemorating the brutal murder of 266 women and children during the war of aggression against BiH, and the municipal assembly passed a directive to criminally persecute human rights activist from Prijedor.

ACBiH | June 2nd, 2019