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Ten Years Later, Remembering the Massacre of Srebrenica

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Ten Years Later, Remembering the Massacre of Srebrenica

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Ten Years Later, Remembering the Massacre of Srebrenica

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Bosnian Muslim women cry as a relative is buried in the Potocari cemetery, July 11, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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Monday marks the 10th anniversary of the massacre at Srebrenica, Bosnia, where thousands of Muslim men and boys were executed by Serbian forces.

Since then, families of the victims have demanded to know the fate of the men while the international community has struggled to bring those responsible to trial.

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