Genocide in Bosnia

Bosnian Genocide, 1992-1995

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Serbian warplanes defy Bosnia's no fly zone, 3 children dead and 10 wounded

Manila Standard, p.7
12 October 1992.

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Warplanes took to the skies over Bosnia in apparently open defiance of a United Nations ban while civilians were trapped by fighting in the north of the republic and shelling claimed new victims among the children of Sarajevo.

Government-controlled Bosnian radio on Saturday reported fierce air attacks by Serb planes on the besieged Bosniak-held town of Gradacac which if true made a mockery of a ban on military flights decided by the Security Council on Friday.

It said they were “the heaviest attacks on Gradacac since the start of the war… the whole town is demolished and still burning.” Read the rest of this entry »

Battle at Brcko crucial for Muslims in Bosnia

Bosnian forces advance toward Brezovo Polje in hopes of freeing Bosnian Muslim civilians tortured in a Serbian-run concentration camp.

New Straits Times
14 October 1992.

Wan A. Hulaimi

LONDON, Tues. — News coming from Bosanski Brod, which reportedly “fell” to Serbian forces last week, reveal the extent of co-operation now existing between Belgrade and Zagreb after a meeting between their two presidents in Geneva to slice up Bosnia-Herzegovina at the expense of the Muslims [Bosniaks]. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by genocideinbosnia

December 16, 2010 at 10:43 pm