Accounting for Genocide: How Many Were Killed in Srebrenica?

  title={Accounting for Genocide: How Many Were Killed in Srebrenica?},
  author={Helge Brunborg and Torkild Hovde Lyngstad and Henrik Urdal},
  journal={European Journal of Population / Revue europ{\'e}enne de D{\'e}mographie},
The takeover of the UN ‘safearea’ of Srebrenica by Bosnian Serb forces inJuly 1995 was followed by the killing of alarge number of male Bosnian Muslim civilians,in what has been characterized as the worstmassacre in Europe since World War II. Thisarticle is based on a report submitted asevidence to the UN International CriminalTribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) inthe case against General Radislav Krstić,who became the first person to be convicted ofgenocide at this Tribunal. This case… 

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