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  1. Serbs and Bosniaks Now Fight Over Memory of Atrocity

    A Serbian official recently ordered that the word “genocide” be chiseled from the plinth of a Bosnian memorial, reflecting a new conflict that has emerged in the beleaguered region. The mass slaughters of the 1990s are now subject to national whitewashing, and both sides are fighting for the collective memory of the Bosnian War. As the once war-torn communities try to heal their wounds, attempts to wipe away murderous truths and rewrite history are stoking anger, fear and more resentment.

    Source: The Guardian

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