Originally published 06/29/2017
The ruling by the Hague Appeals Court upholds a lower court’s decision three years ago.
Originally published 12/21/2015
David N. Gibbs
It’s using a war tragedy as a means of selling new wars to the public.
Originally published 07/13/2015
David N. Gibbs
The Srebrenica massacre was a tragic event. But for the last twenty years, it’s been used to justify more war and US intervention.
Originally published 07/09/2015
As Europe marks the 20th anniversary of the massacre of about 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, reconciliation has been halting in a region where memories and wounds, personal and political, run deep.
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