Did the military and police operation codenamed Storm, apart from reintegrating the Krajina territory into the Republic of Croatia’s borders, had a goal to permanently remove the Serb population from those areas of Croatia? The video is a part of the interactive narrative “Storm in The Hague” which covers five key points of contention between […]
“When the bursts of fire died down, one of them asked: Are there any survivors? I survived, said one person. And the other one said: I survived. Kill me.” Excerpt from the testimony of witness Ahmo Hasić from 6 September 2006, in the trial of Prosecutor v. Vujadin Popović et al. before the International Criminal […]
SENSE TJC launched the online campaign Srebrenica 26 commemorating victims of the crimes committed in July 1995, after Bosnian Serb Army (BSA) entered the (nominally) UN protected enclave. Every day, until July 11, on its Facebook and You Tube pages, SENSE will publish one of the segments of its interactive narrative Srebrenica: Genocide in eight acts.
The Association for Social Research and Communication (UDIK) reminds the public that today is the 29th anniversary of the war crime in Pionirska Street in Višegrad. In the Pionirska Street Fire, on 14 June 1992, a group of Bosniak civilians were locked en masse in the house of Adem Omeragić in Višegrad. The house was set ablaze and the […]