More than 20 years after the fall of the Srebrenica-enclave, the Dutch government has apologized to Hasan Nuhanović and the family Mustafić, surviving relatives of three Muslim men who were expelled from the Dutch/UN-compound in July 1995 and were murdered by Bosnian-Serb soldiers. The surviving relatives have also been compensated for their damages. They were represented by lawyer Liesbeth Zegveld.

Annex [in Dutch]


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