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Opłakiwanie zmarłych w Srebrenicy (9)

EN_01329295_0001 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.632/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
EN_01329295_0002 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.642/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120908
EN_01329295_0003 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.641/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120908
EN_01329295_0004 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.636/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
EN_01329295_0005 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.634/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
EN_01329295_0006 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.627/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
EN_01329295_0007 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.623/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
EN_01329295_0008 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.625/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
EN_01329295_0009 SIP
Twenty-three years have passed since the Srebrenica Genocide took the lives of more than 7000 victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. This horrific event is commemorated annually on July 11 because on that day in 1995 Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by convicted war criminal General Ratko Mladic, executed more than 7000 Muslim-Bosniak men, boys and elderly who had sought safety in the region after the fall of Srebrenica. Furthermore, another 25,000 people were forcibly deported in an UN-assisted ethnic cleansing that was later referred to by the European ParliamentХs resolution as the Тbiggest war crime in Europe since the end of WWIIУ. Europe, Bosnia, Srebrenica, July 11, 2018//BALDUCCIDANILO_8.626/Credit:Danilo Balducci/SIPA/1807120907
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