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Divided Srebrenica awaits Mladic verdict 22 years after massacre


SREBRENICA, Bosnia (Reuters) - Almir Salihovic sits in his office in Srebrenica, waiting for a U.N. tribunal to give its judgement on the man accused of massacring his cousins and uncles there in 1995. He is hoping for a measure of justice, but little else.

The businessman was 10 when he fled through the woods with his father and brother as Bosnian Serb soldiers opened fire behind them. The troops killed more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the days that followed.

   

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