Susnjar is suspected of taking part in the July 1992 killing of 59 Muslim Bosniak civilians in the eastern town of Visegrad. Victims, including a 2-day-old baby, were locked into a house, which was then set ablaze. Those who attempted to flee were shot at.
The Guardian: Serb nationalists trying to suppress reminders of atrocities committed against country's Muslims 20 years ago
"Those who committed the war crimes against us are still winning. They are killing our truth," said Bakira Hasečić, a Višegrad survivor who was raped multiple times by Serb paramilitaries at her home and in the local police station in 1992. Her sister was raped and killed. Her 18-year-old daughter was raped and had her head smashed by a rifle butt, but survived.
120 magnificent years story of its existence, barbaric destruction and revival
As a headquarter of local government for over a century, and the seat of the National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina for decades, the City Hall has been in the focus of the major political and cultural events in Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Global warming is without any impact on the “Bosnian spring”. The crisis that has been eating away at the country for over ten years now knows no seasons. The same is true of the street demonstrations, not to mention the proliferation of self-generating citizens’ groups that emerge on a daily basis in Sarajevo and Tuzla, where the movement first got under way.
Resolution of North American Bosniaks
The aim of aggression and genocide against the citizens of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was to create an ethnically pure Greater Serbia and ethnically pure Great Croatia at the expense of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.