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Thousands Mark Srebrenica Massacre Date

World leaders joined 50,000 people Monday to remember the victims of Europe’s worst massacre since World War II — the death of nearly 8,000 Muslims 10 years ago when Serbs overran the U.N.-protected enclave of Srebrenica. The sound of Muslim prayer echoed through a loudspeaker as relatives wandered among 610 caskets containing newly identified remains. The remains were buried alongside other victims in the cemetery that is part of the Memorial Center in Srebrenica. Full Story

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