As the Srebrenica massacre is in the news again with the arrest of Radovan Karadzic, we look back on just what the former Bosnian Serb leader will be standing trial for. In July 1995, at least 8,000 Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) men and boys were slaughtered in the largest mass murder since World War II. Before the massacre, the United Nations had considered Srebrenica a "safe haven," yet the killings took place even with 400 Dutch U.N. peacekeepers around.
|No 'safe haven'||Examining Remains||Belongings of Victims||Seeking Answers|
|Victims' Clothing||Testing Samples||Mass Grave||Grisly Remains|
|Victims' Relatives||Formal Burial||Grieving Continues||List of the Dead|