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Bosnia-Herzegovina: Making people out of numbers

Srebrenica Genocide Blog posts a list of 534 people with birth dates killed during the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, recently identified by modern DNA-technique, restoring some dignity to the victims, and making people out of numbers.

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  • jess

    moja duso je kuce

    please could you translate this in to english please

  • Dear Jess,

    My knowledge of the South Slavic languages is quite rudimentary, but if still making a guess, I would say something like “my soul is beating” as I believe “moje srce kuca” means “my heart is beating. Still, I have a feeling that the original text is not correctly written. Good luck with finding out the correct meaning!

    Yours,

    Vilhelm

    • sunchica

      I believe the original text could be “Moja dusa je kuca” which means “My soul is a house”

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