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The Balkans: Tragic Legacy

Cafe Turco writes on the inaccuracies in Resolution 819 film and posts a translation of Hasan Nuhanović's article that challenges “the veracity of some scenes.” Srebrenica Genocide Blog writes on a recent exhumation of “50 complete and 883 partial human remains of Srebrenica genocide victims” and links to a documentary by a Serbian journalist, who “filmed the Srebrenica genocide unfolding, and then […] attempted to cover up the evidence.” Belgraded reports that “Serbia and Croatia [are suing] each other over genocide” and hosts a ‘genocidal state’ vs ‘genocidal nation’ discussion. Amila Bosnae hosts a discussion on dealing with the past in the post-war Balkans. Greater Surbiton exposes former Belgrade Jewish community president's views on the Holocaust in Serbia.

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