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Similarly, in Prijedor municipality in the RS, about half of the prewar Bosniak population of 49,500 returned, partially reversing the effects of ethnic cleansing.
While Croatian inhabitants were able to return to Jajce quickly, Bosniaks (used as a synonym for "Bosnian Muslims," to differentiate them from the Croatian and Serb Bosnians) who wished to return were confronted for a long time by the nationalist domination of Croatian local politics, with a town council and a population that shared these views.
Thousands of Muslim Bosniaks paid respect to 127 victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre buried in individual graves on Monday in a ceremony avoided by Serbs after survivors said they were not welcome because they denied genocide had occurred.
He watched as Bosniak refugees including his family members were handed over to the Serbs by UN peacekeepers.
More than 8,000 Bosniak men and boys died in 10 days of slaughter after Srebrenica was overrun by Bosnian Serb forces on July 11 1995.
Bakir Izetbegovic, the Muslim Bosniak presidency member who had called for the ruling to be revised while his Serb and Croat colleagues did not, said the court's decision was political.
Furthermore, as the majority of Bosniak category II and IIF cystic lesions were managed conservatively, the literature tends to overestimate the true malignancy risk of these lesions, as only the most complex ones undergo surgery.
The Bosniak classification was first published in 1986 and it was a grading system to evaluate cystic renal lesions as benign or probably malign.
Some Bosniak politicians said it would weaken Bosnia's delicate structure, created to hold the country together in the aftermath of the devastating war.
By late 1992, it was clear that the better equipped and trained Serbs were particularly guilty of ethnic cleansing, having placed thousands of Bosniak men in concentration camps and women in "rape camps.
These findings were consistent with a Bosniak type III lesion (Figure 2).
CT is helpful to differentiate Bosniak category I, III and IV cysts (Table 1).
A significant aspect of this strategy was the systematic use of rape and enforced impregnation of Bosniak women.
The forcible transfer of between 25,000 and 30,000 Bosniak women, children and elderly which accompanied the massacre was found to be confirming evidence of the genocidal intent of members of the VRS Main Staff who orchestrated the massacre.