Radical reform for UN?

In July 1995, in the oppressive heat of the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, thousands of Muslim men and young boys were rounded up, separated from their wives, mothers and sisters and marched to their death.

26th March, 2005

In July 1995, in the oppressive heat of the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, thousands of Muslim men and young boys were rounded up, separated from their wives, mothers and sisters and marched to their death.

Many of the men's hands were tied with wire behind their backs before they were pummelled with bullets and heaped into mass graves. Up to eight thousand men and boys in Srebrenica were murdered by Serb forces after they had succeeded...

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