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Bosnian Genocide, 1992-1995

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Report: Serbs Raped, Deliberately Killed 700 Bosniaks During Attack on Gorazde

New Straits Times
12 June 1994.

GENEVA, Sat. — A United Nations investigator yesterday accused Serbs of launching a campaign of rape and murder when they attacked the Bosniak-held enclave of Gorazde and surrounding villages earlier this year. Read the rest of this entry »

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January 29, 2011 at 7:33 pm

Bosnian Genocide: Gorazde Massacre Death Toll 389 Dead and 1,324 Wounded

The Argus-Press
21 April 1994.

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Bosnian Serbs raked Gorazde with artillery shells, rockets and heavy machine guns, blasting the hospital from close range as doctors begged for help.

“Please do something that we stay alive. We cannot stand this anymore,” said Dr. Aldijana Rebic, sobbing over ham radio.

Ten people were killed when Serb shells hit the hospital Wednesday.

The hospital’s director said Serb tanks were firing from only 100 yards away at the building which had its roof blown off Tuesday. “This is not war anymore. This is slaughter, massacre,” Dr. Alija Begic said.

The Serbs have openly defied the United Nations over Gorazde, promising truces while advancing into the enclave and shelling the Muslim-held town of 65,000.

At least 44 people, including 15 children, were killed Wednesday Read the rest of this entry »

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January 2, 2011 at 9:54 pm

Gorazde Massacre, Serbs Kill 50 Bosniaks in First-Aid Center

By CHUCK SUDETIC,
Published: June 14, 1993

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina, June 13— More than 50 people were reported killed today at an improvised first-aid center when Bosnian Serb forces unleashed heavy artillery barrages on Gorazde, which the United Nations designated a safe area less than two weeks ago.

The Sarajevo radio reported that the shelling had left Goradze’s streets littered with bodies and that a rocket had exploded in the first-aid center, killing all 50 or so people inside. Read the rest of this entry »