Ignorance and denial of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide is still widespread in Serbia, a debate at Belgrade’s Centre for Cultural Decontamination was told this week. Nemanja Stjepanovic from the Belgrade-based Humanitarian Law Centre said that 21 years after the genocide took place, all the facts about the massacres have been established in detail thanks to court testimonies and evidence. “Ignorance and a lack of information could have been the excuse for not accepting the crimes back then. Today, there are no more excuses. Every denial of the Srebrenica crime means approval for it,” Stjepanovic said. By Ivana Nikolic, BIRN/Balkan Insight, March 8, 2016
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The dialogue approach to helping Kosovo gain full sovereignty through full integration of the Serb minority and removal of Serbian state institutions from its soil has been burdened by a multitude of challenges that need to be addressed. By Bodo Weber, Koha Ditore, January 5, 2016
Documents show Bosnian Serb plans changed from “squeezing” Srebrenica, to overrunning the enclave, to mass murder, in less than two weeks.
The Bosnian War Cables By Colum Lynch, Foreign Policy, November 22, 2015
Road to Dayton paved with genocide Documents show Bosnian Serb plans changed from “squeezing” Srebrenica, to overrunning the enclave, to mass murder, in less than two weeks. National Security Archive, November 23, 2015
Athens prosecutors office ordered investigation on the involvement of Greek paramilitaries and mercenaries in the Srebrenica massacre By XYZ Contagion, October 2, 2015
Legal developments in the Greek involvement in Srebrenica case (In Greek – use Google Translate) By XYZ Contagion, continuously updated
Greek Volunteers and Golden Dawn members during operations in the Srebrenica massacre YouTube video, in English, June 2015
Linked from Balkan Witness.
The Srebrenica massacre and the role of Greek volunteers Translated from the Greek newspaper Avgi, June 18, 2015
Linked from Greek role in Bosnia
Linked from http://balkanwitness.glypx.com/syria.htm