Category: What Happened

“Justice”, but still no reckoning

‘The sentencing of Karadžic for crimes including ordering the Srebrenica genocide has been greeted as a cause of satisfaction by many. But what about all the other preceding massacres? When will we see justice dispensed for them?’

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Nina Berman

Nina Berman, an award-winning documentary photographer, travelled through Bosnia to document how rape was being used as a strategy for ethnic cleansing during the war.

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Ron Haviv

Award-winning photojournalist, Ron Haviv, documented the Yugoslav Wars at length. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) used his work as evidence for prosecuting those accused of war crimes.

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Tom Stoddart

In July 1991, award-winning photographer Tom Stoddart travelled to Sarajevo to document the civil war that was engulfing Yugoslavia. The photographs he captured there were published across the world.

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The Death March

Over 8,000 Bosnian Muslims were murdered in Srebrenica however, after a terrifying and horrific 70-mile march under heavy fire, around 3,500 Bosnian-Muslims escape to safety. This is know as the Death March.

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