Amsterdam, 6 July 2010 – Today, surviving relatives of the victims of Srebrenica filed a criminal complaint on charges of genocide and war crimes committed by Dutchbat soldiers in July 1995. The Dutch soldiers transferred the complainants’ relatives to the Bosnian-Serb enemy, who then killed them.

Read the press release here and the criminal complaint here (in Dutch).

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