Genocide in Bosnia

Bosnian Genocide, 1992-1995

About Bosnian Genocide

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There are four legally validated genocides that occurred in Bosnia-Herzegovina, other than Srebrenica. The Bosnian Genocide is the event referring to brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing of at least 500,000 Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) coupled with the killings of 65,000 to 75,000 Bosniaks during the 1992-95 war of Serbian aggression.

The three international judgements confirming Genocide in Bosnia, other than Srebrenica, include: Prosecutor v Nikola Jorgic (Doboj region), Prosecutor v Novislav Djajic [Dzajic] (Foča region), Prosecutor v Djuradj Kuslic [Kusljic] (Kotor Varos) and Prosecutor v Maksim Sokolovic (Kalesija, Zvornik region). All three cases were tried in Germany — at the request of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) — to ease caseload of the ongoing trials at the Hague.

Report Suspects

Anonymous tips about Serbs that took part in the Bosnian Genocide – and are currently living in the United States – can be submitted toll-free to the ICE investigators: DIAL 1-866-347-2423


Written by genocideinbosnia

February 1, 2011 at 2:55 am

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