Aida Cerkez

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Europe's worst massacre since World War II began approximately 17 years ago today, when Serbian forces entered the United Nations–protected City of Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The Srebrenica Massacre 17 Years Later

Europe's worst massacre since World War II began approximately 17 years ago today, when Serbian forces entered the United Nations–protected City of Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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