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Never forget Srebrenica

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It has been 23 years since Europe witnessed the worst massacre within its borders since the Second World War. The Srebrenica genocide that occurred on the UN’s watch in Bosnia-Herzegovina ended with the slaughter of more than 8,000 Muslims at the hands of Bosnian Serb militias. And still the number of (collective) funerals keeps rising. This year alone has seen some 35 additional victims identified; taking the number of burials at the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Centre to 6,610.

“Never Forget”. This was the slogan that rose from the ashes of the genocide. Yet, today, Europe appears to want to do the exact opposite. For the European Parliament (EP) has reportedly........

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