The Srebrenica Killings, 10 Years Later Ceremonies mark the 10th anniversary of Europe's worst massacre since World War II. About 50,000 family members, foreign dignitaries and guests -- including Serbian President Boris Tadic -- attended the commemoration at the Potocari Memorial Centre in Srebrenica.
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The Srebrenica Killings, 10 Years Later

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The Srebrenica Killings, 10 Years Later

The Srebrenica Killings, 10 Years Later

The Srebrenica Killings, 10 Years Later

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Ceremonies mark the 10th anniversary of Europe's worst massacre since World War II. About 50,000 family members, foreign dignitaries and guests — including Serbian President Boris Tadic — attended the commemoration at the Potocari Memorial Centre in Srebrenica.

Magbula Velik came to Srebrenica from her new home in San Francisco to bury the remains of her father, a victim of the massacre. She's angry that indicted Serbian war criminals are still free. Sylvia Poggioli, NPR hide caption

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