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Dutch Supreme Court ruled that Netherlands is Ten Percent responsible for Death of Srebrenica Men

July 19, 2019 1:00 PM
Dutch Supreme Court ruled that Netherlands is Ten Percent responsible for Death of Srebrenica Men

The Dutch supreme court has upheld a ruling that the Netherlands was partially responsible for 350 deaths in Bosnia’s Srebrenica genocide. The court said the state had 10% liability, as this was the probability that its soldiers could have prevented the killings. If Dutch forces had given the men the […]

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Supreme Court to decide Today whether Netherlands is responsible for Death of Residents of Srebrenica

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Supreme Court to decide Today whether Netherlands is responsible for Death of Residents of Srebrenica

The Supreme Court in the Netherlands will make a final verdict on Srebrenica on Friday at the 2017 Appellate Court ruling that the Netherlands is partly responsible for the death of some 300 Srebrenica victims in July 1995. Van Diepen Van der Kroef attorneys say that more than 6,000 members […]

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Supreme Court to make Final Verdict ruling that Netherlands is responsible for Death of Srebrenica Victims

July 16, 2019 11:00 AM
Supreme Court to make Final Verdict ruling that Netherlands is responsible for Death of Srebrenica Victims

The Supreme Court in the Netherlands will make a final verdict on Srebrenica on Friday at the 2017 Appellate Court ruling that the Netherlands is partly responsible for the death of some 300 Srebrenica victims in July 1995. Van Diepen Van der Kroef attorneys say that more than 6,000 members […]

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Pompeo: We stand with those who Continue to seek Justice

July 14, 2019 11:00 AM
Pompeo: We stand with those who Continue to seek Justice

US Secretary of State Michael Richard Pompeo stated on July 11th that  the American people join with the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina to honor the memory of more than 8,000 innocent victims. “This painful chapter in European history must never be denied nor forgotten. We stand with those who […]

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Old Bridge illuminated with the Colors of Flower of Srebrenica

July 13, 2019 4:00 PM
Old Bridge illuminated with the Colors of Flower of Srebrenica

The Old Bridge in Mostar has been illuminated with the colors and the Flower of Srebrenica to commemorate and honor the victims of the Srebrenica genocide. The Flower of Srebrenica illumination was the work of the Center for Peace and Multiethnic Cooperation in Mostar which sent an important message of […]

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Ambassador Wigemark: Genocide Denial and Revisionism contradict the most Fundamental European Values

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Ambassador Wigemark: Genocide Denial and Revisionism contradict the most Fundamental European Values

“Three months ago my mother died. She passed away quietly from old age and was spared the pain of a mother having to witness the premature death of her child, Ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemark said at the 24th commemoration of the Srebrenica genocide For 24 years, the Mothers of Srebrenica have had […]

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President Agius pays Respects to Victims at 24th Commemoration of Srebrenica Genocide

July 12, 2019 1:00 PM
President Agius pays Respects to Victims at 24th Commemoration of Srebrenica Genocide

Judge Carmel Agius, President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism), today attended the Commemoration of the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide at the Potočari memorial in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). In paying his respects to the victims President Agius delivered remarks, along with a number of […]

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8,372 Coffee Cups for Srebrenica Victims installed in Venice

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8,372 Coffee Cups for Srebrenica Victims installed in Venice

When Bosnia and Herzegovina declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1992, ethno-national divisions plunged the country into war. In July of 1995, Bosnian Serb forces invaded a United Nations Safe Area that included the town of Srebrenica, where thousands of Bosnian Muslims had sought refuge from the surrounding violence. While […]

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It is still Unknown where Karadzic will serve the Life Imprisonment

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It is still Unknown where Karadzic will serve the Life Imprisonment

It is not yet known in which state war criminal Radovan Karadzic will endure the life imprisonment on which he was sentenced on March 20ththis year by a decision of the Appeals Chamber of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, was confirmed for Avaz from The Hague. It was […]

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Students cleaned Memorial Center Potocari after the Collective Funeral

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Students cleaned Memorial Center Potocari after the Collective Funeral

Participants of the International Youth Work Camp have cleaned the Memorial Complex in Potocari on Thursday, New Agency Paria reports. After nearly all the guests left the complex’s space, volunteers went and picked up all the trash they found. This activity is a practice that lasts for 14 years and […]

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