Three years after the fall of the enclave, new truths keep popping up by Gerard Legebeke It was the summer of 1995. I was working as an investigative reporter for the Dutch broadcasting station VPRO. Shock, disbelief, and astonishment fueled my curiosity in what happened after the fall of the Bosnian enclave Srebrenica. Shock, because […]

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