20 Years After Srebrenica, Anger Over Genocide Still Runs Hot

20 Years After Srebrenica, Anger Over Genocide Still Runs Hot

By Scott Neuman

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who was attending a ceremony in Bosnia and Herzegovina to mark the 1995 massacre, was driven away by a crowd throwing rocks and bottles.

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