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Netherlands Partly Liable for 1995 Massacre of Bosnian Muslim Men, Court Rules
The ruling, which disappointed the plaintiffs, largely upheld a previous decision that Dutch peacekeepers wrongfully ordered 350 Muslim men and boys to leave a U.N. compound in Srebrenica.
Retrial Begins for 2 Serbs at U.N. War Crimes Tribunal
Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic, former secret police chiefs, are accused of running covert operations during the 1990s war in Bosnia and Croatia.
U.N. Court Declines to Reopen Bosnia’s Genocide Case Against Serbia
The International Court of Justice denied a request by a member of Bosnia’s collective presidency to review the case because it had not been approved by all three leaders.
Muslim Leader in Bosnia Asks to Reopen Genocide Case Against Serbia
The request by Bakir Izetbegovic is likely to fan the simmering political tension in a region still torn by the war that broke up Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
The Siege Starts Without Warning
Twenty-four years ago I was a young man in Sarajevo. Now I watch Aleppo and imagine what life is like there.
Bosnian Serbs Keep Holiday in Vote Assailed as Illegal
Bosnia’s international peace envoy, Valentin Inzko, said that the referendum was an attack on Bosnia’s constitutional order and was not legally valid.
Feud Over a Holiday Threatens Fragile Peace in Bosnia
A move by Bosnian Serbs to defy the country’s constitutional court in a disagreement over a Serbian holiday could be a pretext for an independence declaration, some observers fear.
The Week on Instagram
Photos posted this week on @nytimes took Instagram followers from a funeral in Dallas to a stable in East Jerusalem.
6,000 Headstones After ’95 Srebrenica Massacre, and Counting
Since Carlotta Gall last reported from Srebrenica in 2000, some of the 8,372 victims of a mass killing have been buried there, with more remains discovered each year.
Srebrenica: 21st Anniversary of Europe’s Worst Postwar Massacre
This week, survivors and supporters retraced a route through the mountains to the site where ethnic Serbs carried out the slaughter of more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys.
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