The Srebrenica Children Massacre refers to the killing of at least 70 children among the victims when the elementary school in Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia, was shelled by the Bosnian Serb Army on 12 April 1993. The memorial plague indicates “more than 70 victims” were killed and “more than 100 victims” were injured. At least 10 other victims died in the hospital due to life-threatening injuries sustained in the massacre. In all, more than 200 Bosniak civilians were killed and injured that day.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. provides a video clip of the aftermath of ths massacre. You can view it at this link. The U.N. inquiry concluded that the situation in the besieged Srebrenica in 1993 was a slow-motion process of genocide. All this occurred more than two years before the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide.