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Sarajevo Protests 2014

Sarajevo Protests 2014

Taken on 2014-02-07

Protesters set fire to cars near the presidential building in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina as violent protests erupted around the country in the worst violence since the end of Bosnian War in 1996. This picture was taken with a cell phone behind burning cars.

Source: Palapa (wikicommons)

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-12

Ratko Mladic Support Demonstration, Banja Luka - Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 2011

Ratko Mladic Support Demonstration, Banja Luka - Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 2011

Taken on 2011-05-31

Support for Mladić in Banja Luka.

Source: Rade Nagraisalović/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-04-15

Zenica Protests 2014

Zenica Protests 2014

Taken on 2010-02-08

Zenica-Doboj Canton Building the day after violent protests around the country. Protesters targeted government buildings due to frustration at a lack of economic opportunities and government corruption.

Source: BiH (wikicommons)

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-12

Potocari Memorial

Potocari Memorial

Taken on 2007-07-23

Names of victims on the Srebrenica memorial in Potocari.

Source: wikimedia - Julian Myca

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-03

Anti-War Graffiti Mostar 2007

Anti-War Graffiti Mostar 2007

Taken on 2007-07-15

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2007. Man walks by a building wrecked by the Bosnian war with anti-war graffiti on it.

Source: Adam Jones

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Srebrenica Mass Funeral Preperations

Srebrenica Mass Funeral Preperations

Taken on 2006-11-07

Funeral Preperations in Potocari for 505 identified victims of genocide.

Source: Emir Kotromanic

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-29

Boy at Grave in Srebrenica

Boy at Grave in Srebrenica

Taken on 2006-11-07

Every year crowds gather to mark the anniversary of the Srebrenica Massacre in 1995 perpetrated by the Bosnian Serb Army.

Source: Emir Kotromanic

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-29

Srebrenica Burial

Srebrenica Burial

Taken on 2005-11-07

In July 1995, 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed by Bosnian Serb forces in what was later prescribed as genocide. Grave discovery and body identification has taken over a decade.

Source: Emir Arven

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-29

War damage near Mostar

War damage near Mostar

Taken on 2005-10-02

War damage near Mostar.

Source: NK Eide / Flickr

Uploaded by miroslav on 2014-08-10

Protest Against Dams on the Vrbas River

Protest Against Dams on the Vrbas River

Taken on 2005-03-14

On March 14, 2005, in Bosnia, local peoples gathered at the main city square and gathered over 3,000 signatures to protest proposed construction of two large dams upstream of Banja Luka. The Coalition for the Protection of Vrbas River marched with over 150 people to city hall and the residences of Government and National Assembly of Republic of Srpska to hand-deliver requests for referendum. internationalrivers.org/en/day-of-action

Source: Miodrag Dakic

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the word "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the word "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the word "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the wod "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the word "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the word "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Prijedor Protest 2004

Prijedor Protest 2004

Taken on 2004-02-20

Protest in the ethnically cleansed city of Prijedor. Marchers walk with backpacks with the names and ages of children killed during the war. The protest was granted on the condition the didn't say the word "genocide". IN the center of the town the backpacks were set down to spell out "GENOCID?". Photos of the 20th Anniversary of the closing of Bosnian Serb Army run concentration camps in northwestern Bosnia near the town of Prijedor.

Source: Claire Noone, The Advocacy Project

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-03-10

Downed Yugoslav MIG During Kosovo War

Downed Yugoslav MIG During Kosovo War

Taken on 1999-03-27

Wreckage of Yugoslav MiG-29 jet fighter shot down on March 27, 1999, outside the town of Ugljevik, Bosnia and Herzegovina A U.S. Army documentation team surveys the wreckage of a Former Republic of Yugoslavia MiG-29 Fulcrum jet fighter outside the town of Ugljevik, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on March 27, 1999. The aircraft is one of two shot down by NATO forces during NATO Operation Allied Force. Operation Allied Force is the air operation against targets in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Source: DoD photo by Spc. Tracy Trotter, U.S. Army

Uploaded by SATest on 2014-06-16

Brčko Exhumations

Brčko Exhumations

Taken on 1997-06-01

Brčko exhumation program, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1997. Photograph courtesy of the ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-21

Alija Izetbegovic

Alija Izetbegovic

Taken on 1997-03-24

Portrait photograph of Aljia Izetbegovic, former president of Bosnia and Herzegovina and political leader of Bosnian muslims during the Bosnian War 1992-1995.

Source: Helene C. Stikkel, US Department of Defense

Uploaded by HalvaMuncher on 2013-11-29

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