New York Times. At the time, as the Bosnian War was starting, it was still populated by members of all three ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Novi list in Croatian. Retrieved 2 June Among them there were 18 bodies of children.
DeinHandy, Orašje Fotografije, Posavina Danas, Telekom Shop, MK "Posavac" Orašje, Bosanska Posavina, Handyworld Hans-Gasser-Platz 3, Nogometne.
Bosanska Posavina Bec, Posavska Televizija, Bosanska Posavina, Designer Outlet Parndorf, Hrvatski Dom,Hvidra Ravne Brčko, Žrtve Centra za. The Sijekovac killings, also called the Sijekovac massacre, refers to the killing of Serbs civilians The fighting in Posavina began on 3 Marchafter the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) declared a. Srbija danas. Nezavisne novine (11 August ).
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Bosanska Krajina · Herzegovina · North-East Bosnia · Romanija.
Slobodna Dalmacija in Croatian. Vjesnik in Croatian.
Serbian Territorial Defense forces set up barricades in the town and tried to seize the strategically important bridge linking the town with Croatia, prompting the local Croats and Muslims to form a joint headquarters, and to request assistance from the Croatian Armybased just across the border in Slavonski Brod.
Archived from the original on 21 July Among them there were 18 bodies of children. Retrieved 1 May The authorities of Republika Srpska marked the site with a monument [ when?
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The first 8 bodies found had personal objects cloths, T-shirt, a belt, buttons, glassesyet the remaining 49 [sic] bodies had no objects that could help in their identification. Part of the Yugoslav Wars. New York Times.
Bosna PRESS – Elektronske novine u BiH
See: “U Siriji poginula Bosanska . in the Bosnia-Podrinje and Posavina Cantons is known to have departed for Syria or Iraq. 92 “Izmar iz Doboja u Italiji oteo sina i odveo ga u ISIL u Siriju,” Nezavisne novine, December 10,(accessed November 15, ); “IZ BiH povodom Dana žalosti.
Banja Luka dailies Nezavisne Novine and Glas Srpski quote the SFOR .
Wolfgang Petritsch, says in an interview with the Belgrade daily Danas, that the danger of . During a visit to the villages of Susnjari and Poljare in Bosanska Posavina.
At the time, as the Bosnian War was starting, it was still populated by members of all three ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina. RS monitors mentioned the possibility of an illegal trade in human organs, as the victims were mostly part naked.
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Retrieved 2 June The detailed testimonies about the murders, tortures and rape that ensued after Croat units occupied the village were recorded by the ICTY but no one was ever indicted; instead all of the documentation was passed to courts in Sarajevo in Archived from the original on 21 July Namespaces Article Talk.
Netherlands Institute for War Documentation.