plaintiffs' movement; why aren't you here?

In the summer of 1995, in the midst of the Yugoslav civil wars, Serbian military forces launched a massive assault on the predominantly Muslim town of Srebrenica, killing thousands of Bosnian men and teenage boys. Years later, a unique memorial to the victims of the Srebrenica massacre was erected on the initiative of Bosnian artist Ida Sehojic, whose story this report describes.

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