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Twenty years have passed since this massacre and war, yet unease continues as Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vuyiiyc was attacked by Muslim Bosnians, during the commemoration of the 20 th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, this July.
Jackson said no other radio station in the area offers programming for Bosnian or Croatian residents.
A total of 8,372 Bosnian people were killed in and around the town of Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina in July 1995 by units of Serbian army under the command of General Ratko Mladic during the Bosnian War.
It was the first event of its s kind that the small Bosnian community in Coventry has held in the city, and was the 12th annual celebration of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Community Associations.
And, as we make our way through this struggle for equal recognition of all Bosnians, that is what we need to remind us that inside, we are basically all the same.
Bosnians are the only ethnic group that has assimilated in the first generation," said Kundalic.
Two of the main perpetrators of the Srebrenica massacres are former Bosnian Serb leaders Radovan Karadic and Ratko Mladic.
But the country's Serbian population declared a Bosnian Serb republic to remain in Yugoslavia.
Project B: avlija is a collaboration between Birmingham artists and members of the Bosnian community.
Once a sector was cleared, the UXO was transported by the Bosnians to a blasting area nestled between two dirt hills and placed on the ground beside a crater.
The event included football matches between representatives of Bosnian clubs from across the UK.
But the areas where Bosnians suspect Karadzic is hiding are controlled by Italian, French, and German troops, none of whom seem eager to fire their guns.
The same is true for Saddam Hussein's destruction of over 4,000 Kurdish villages in Iraq and the deaths of an estimated 55,000 to 75,000 Bosnians (according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and the International Committee of the Red Cross), an unknown number of which were mass killings of Muslims attributed to Slobodan Milosevic's Serbian forces.
It is however important to move beyond this dichotomy of insisting on referring to Bosnians as Muslims, Serbs and Croats.
Tanovic has a lot of fun with the cluelessness of the image-conscious foreigners, and makes the point that French, English and German peacekeepers have more trouble understanding one another than the Serbs and Bosnians - who, after all, speak the same language and even hail from the same villages - do.