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Srebrenica survivors seek damages from UN, Dutch

A Dutch court began hearings Wednesday about whether survivors of a 1995 massacre of Muslims in Bosnia — Europe’s worst mass killing since World War II — can sue the United Nations for failing to prevent the slaughter. Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Muslims in one week in July 1995, overrunning the Srebrenica enclave declared a U.N. safe zone. Dutch peacekeepers overwhelmed by the Serbs’ superior force watched helplessly as the male victims were led away from their custody for execution. Full Story

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