The Bosnian war ended. But the peace agreement left behind a cold and fragile peace.
Funerals have been held at the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Potocari for nine newly-identified victims of the July 1995 massacre.
Some analysts see a connection between today's Islamophobia and the toxic Serbian nationalism of the 1990s, which sought to erase the Muslim Bosnian presence in the Balkans.
"A Muslim majority country in Europe was just 'foreign' and they didn’t want to really have it happen in a Christian Europe."
As Bosnia marks the 24th anniversary of the gut-wrenching massacre, here's a quick recap on how the Bosnian Serb forces took Dutch peacekeeping forces hostage in July 1995 and killed more than 8,000 people over the following days.
Almost a quarter of a century after the atrocities committed in a supposed UN-protected zone, students don’t learn about what happened.
The Hague Appeals Court ruled that Dutch peacekeepers could have known that the men seeking refuge would be murdered by Bosnian Serb troops if forced to leave.
Thousands attend a ceremony at the Potocari memorial near Srebrenica commemorating the deaths of 8,000 Bosnian Muslims in July 1995, as Serbian nationalists still refuse to recognise the massacre as a genocide.
The massacre was the worst atrocity committed by Bosnian Serb forces during the Bosnian War.
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