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Another 4 victims killed were buried and identified near Zvornik in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The bodies of Izet Manjić, born in 1971, Sinad Salimanonic, born in 1964, Siddiqui Hrabatović, born in 1970, and Smajo Hamzabegović, born in 1950, who were proven killed in the Serb attacks of 1992, were buried in the cemetery in Gornja Kalesija after performing funeral prayers.

So far, 792 people have been buried in martyrdom in Kornja Kalesija, and they hope to find more bodies of the victims, Ahmet Jaric, head of the Association of Families of the Missing in Zvornik Municipality, said.

Graic expressed his satisfaction at increasing the sentences of two Serbian officials, Jovica Stanisic and Franco Simatović, to 15 years each for the crimes they committed during the Bosnian war.

Mufti of Tuzla Vahid Fadlovich said that the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina visit cemeteries in order not to forget what they went through, and this is also important for future generations.

The funeral prayer was attended by relatives of the victims, politicians and many other people.

More than 100,000 people were killed in the Bosnian war

On December 21, 1991, the Serbian Parliament decided to create the Republika Srpska of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a federal structure within Yugoslavia and at the same time recognize the Republika Srpska Krajina. After this decision, the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was proclaimed on January 9, 1992.

After Bosnia and Herzegovina declared its independence as a result of the referendum held on 29 February and 1 March 1992, the Serb-controlled Yugoslav army and Serb paramilitary units began ethnic cleansing against the Muslim Bosniaks.

More than 100,000 people lost their lives in the Bosnian war, which lasted until December 14, 1995, and about 2 million people had to migrate.


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