Today is the 15th Anniversary of the start of the Srebrenica Massacre in which over 7000 Bosniaks (Muslim Bosnians) were slaughtered by Serbs swapite being in a so called UN safe area.
Today hundreds of victims of the Srebrenica massacre were buried at a ceremony to mark the 15th anniversary of the atrocity/ 775 coffins with the remains of newly identified victims from mass graves are being laid to rest at the Potocari cemetery, outside Srebrenica.
In a significant development Serbian President Boris Tadic is attending the ceremony. In March, Serbia's parliament passed a landmark resolution apologising for the massacre, saying Belgrade should have done more to prevent the tragedy.
Bosnian Security Minister Sadik Ahmetovic told the crowd the international community should help bring fugitive Bosnian Serb wartime military commander Radko Mladic - "the man who brought us our suffering" - to justice.
Mr Tadic, whose attendance brought a mixed response from mourners, said: "With the arrest of General Mladic I would know that part of my job is finished. We need this for the future, for building confidence, for our forthcoming generations."
Hasan and Suhra Mahic, both in their 80s, were finally burying their sons Fuad and Suad. "I would have preferred that all of us have been killed together, then we would not have had to live through this," Hasan told the AFP news agency.
Ramiza Gurdic was burying her son Mehrudin, alongside her husband and another son already in the cemetery. "How can you forget, how can you forgive? I think about them every day. I go to bed with the pain and I wake up with the sadness."
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