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Belgrade apology for Bosnia war

The president of Serbia-Montenegro has apologised to the people of Bosnia-Hercegovina for atrocities committed during the 1992-1995 war. Svetozar Marovic issued the apology – the first by a Belgrade official – during a visit to the Bosnian capital. “Individuals are guilty and they need to be held responsible,” he said. The Bosnia atrocities form part of the genocide charges at the trial in The Hague of former Serbian and Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic. He is alleged to have helped the Bosnian Serbs in the war, but denies this. Bosnia is also suing Belgrade at the International Court of Justice over the war which killed about 250,000 Bosnian citizens – more than 7,000 in a single incident at Srebrenica alone. Full Story

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