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Haven't we learned anything from Srebrenica?

GENOCIDE: On July 11 this year, it is 20 years since Srebrenica fell.

Then followed a genocide Europe has not experienced unparalleled since World War II. Within days, the Bosnian Serb army, with the help of the military and paramilitary forces from Serbia, killed over 8000 Bosnjans aged 13 – 80 years – among them my brother and three of my cousins. All this happened before the world's eyes in the so-called "UN-declared safe zone". Srebrenica was all alone in the world and the world was in Srebrenica. They should help, but they didn't. Why? Someone knows the answer.

Where are the reactions? Would the world have reacted differently today? . . .

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