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Bosnia and Herzegovina: More victims of Srebrenica massacre identified and buried02:12

Bosnia and Herzegovina: More victims of Srebrenica massacre identified and buried

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Potocari
July 11, 2016 at 18:26 GMT +00:00 · Published

A collective funeral service was held in Potocari, Monday, for the recently identified remains of 127 victims of the Srebrenica massacre which was committed in July 1995.

"Our revenge will be justice, our revenge will be our survival, our revenge will be the laughter of children that will come after us here, who will grow up and live," said Camil Durakovic, Mayor of Srebrenica, during the annual memorial service marking the massacre.

Many of those victims of Srebrenica, killed and buried in unmarked graves, have yet to be identified or even located. Among the latest victims identified are 12 minors, the youngest victim being 14-year-old Avdija Memic.

Bosnia and Herzegovina: More victims of Srebrenica massacre identified and buried02:12
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A collective funeral service was held in Potocari, Monday, for the recently identified remains of 127 victims of the Srebrenica massacre which was committed in July 1995.

"Our revenge will be justice, our revenge will be our survival, our revenge will be the laughter of children that will come after us here, who will grow up and live," said Camil Durakovic, Mayor of Srebrenica, during the annual memorial service marking the massacre.

Many of those victims of Srebrenica, killed and buried in unmarked graves, have yet to be identified or even located. Among the latest victims identified are 12 minors, the youngest victim being 14-year-old Avdija Memic.