Monday May 25, 2020

Hidden crimes, hidden lives

My introduction to the Bosnian war came in October 1998, three years after the conflict had ended.

16th July, 2005

My introduction to the Bosnian war came in October 1998, three years after the conflict had ended. With a masters degree in forensic anthropology, I had been asked to help identify human remains from war graves near Srebrenica.

As a forensic anthropologist you try to determine someone's sex, age and stature from the remains. You help forensic pathologists to ascertain the cause of death by examining gunshot wounds on human bones.

On my first day, the...

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