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Bosnian Serbs admit scale of Srebrenica massacre for first time

Bosnian Serb authorities admitted for the first time that Serb forces slaughtered more than 7,000 Muslims in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, Europe’s worst atrocity since World War II. “I am confirming that the number (of victims) is higher than 7,000. I cannot reveal the exact figures. It is up to the government to do it,” an official from a special investigative commission said Thursday on condition of anonymity. In June the Bosnian Serb government admitted that Serb forces had committed the massacre and tried to cover up the crime, but it avoided giving a definite figure on the number of victims. In 2002 Bosnian Serb officials issued a report which minimized the number of victims, triggering outrage among survivors and the international community. Full Story

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