Photos of Bosnian Genocide Victims in the Siege of Sarajevo (1992-95)

Credit: All photos downloaded from the Court Database of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, copyright-free. Photos were documented by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Bosnia-Herzegovina (MUP). Viewer discretion advised.

Bosniak child victim (Elvedina Burek) killed in Serbian attack on Sarajevo's Alipasino Polje using modified air bomb in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child victim (Elvedina Burek) killed in Serbian attack on Sarajevo's Alipasino Polje using modified air bomb in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Markale II massacre in Sarajevo in 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child victim of the Sarajevo siege. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child victim of the Sarajevo siege. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child victim of the Sarajevo siege. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child victim of the Sarajevo siege. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak victim (Abdulah Zeric) killed by modified air bomb during the Serbian bombardment of Sarajevo on 28 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo).  Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak victim (Abdulah Zeric) killed by modified air bomb during the Serbian bombardment of Sarajevo on 28 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak victim (Ziba Custovic) killed by air modified bomb during the Serbian bombardment of Sarajevo. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak victim (Ziba Custovic) killed by air modified bomb during the Serbian bombardment of Sarajevo. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian (Izet Kadic) killed in Sarajevo's water line massacre on 18 June 1995.  MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian (Izet Kadic) killed in Sarajevo's water line massacre on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian (Kenan Cizmic) and another civilian (name not legible)killed in the water line massacre in Sarajevo on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian (Kenan Cizmic) and another civilian (name not legible) killed in the water line massacre in Sarajevo on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak woman (Nura Loncar) killed in the water line massacre in Sarajevo on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak woman (Nura Loncar) killed in the water line massacre in Sarajevo on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian killed on 18 June 1995 in Sarajevo's water line massacre. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian killed on 18 June 1995 in Sarajevo's water line massacre. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian blown up in the water line massacre in Sarajevo on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian blown up in the water line massacre in Sarajevo on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian slaughtered in Sarajevo's water line massacre on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian slaughtered in Sarajevo's water line massacre on 18 June 1995. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak woman killed in the Dobrinja massacre on 4 February 1994. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak woman killed in the Dobrinja massacre on 4 February 1994. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian killed in the Dobrinja massacre on 4 February 1994. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian killed in the Dobrinja massacre on 4 February 1994. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian killed in the Dobrinja massacre on 4 February 1994. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian killed in the Dobrinja massacre on 4 February 1994. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian, victim of the Vase Miskina massacre in Sarajevo on 27 May 1992. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak civilian, victim of the Vase Miskina massacre in Sarajevo on 27 May 1992. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak woman, victim of the Vase Miskina massacre in Sarajevo on 27 May 1992. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak woman, victim of the Vase Miskina massacre in Sarajevo on 27 May 1992. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child, victim of the Vase Miskina massacre in Sarajevo on 27 May 1992. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child, victim of the Vase Miskina massacre in Sarajevo on 27 May 1992. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak victims of the 1995 Second Markale Massacre in Sarajevo. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak victims of the 1995 Second Markale Massacre in Sarajevo. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child (girl) victim of the 4 February 1994 Dobrinja massacre. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

Bosniak child (girl) victim of the 4 February 1994 Dobrinja massacre. MUP (Ministry of Internal Affairs photo). Between April 1995 and February 1996, around 10,000 people died in the siege of Sarajevo. Former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic are on trial for the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian Genocide (Bratunac Genocide, Foča Genocide, Ključ Genocide, Kotor Varoš Genocide, Prijedor Genocide, Sanski Most Genocide, Vlasenica Genocide, Zvornik Genocide and Srebrenica Genocide).

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