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TUZ01-19981009-TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: Members of International Human Rights organisations with their colleagues of the Bosnian Commission for Persons Considered Missing in the Bosnian War, open a new mass grave site in the village of Glumina, 40km east of Tuzla 09 October. The existence of the mass grave has been known since the 1992-95 war but exhumations only began this week. The site is thought to contain several hundred bodies, Dnevni Avaz newspaper reported 09 October 1998. EPA-PHOTO/EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/STR/fob/ow
TUZ02-19981009-TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: George Thomas (C) from Kansas, USA, member of the oraganisation International Physicians for Human Rights, is flanked by two US SFOR soldiers as he kneels in a mass grave, which was opened in the village of Glumina, some 40km east of Tuzla 09 October. The existence of the mass grave has been known since the 1992-95 war but exhumations only began this week. The site is thought to contain several hundred bodies, Dnevni Avaz newspaper reported 09 October. EPA-PHOTO/EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/STR/fob/ow
TUZ01-19981020-TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: Bosnian-Muslim refugee women from the Eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, which is currently ruled by Bosnian Serbs, cover their faces with handkerchiefs as they attempt to identify bodies of their relatives at the Tuzla City morgue, 20 October 1998, hoping to find them among the recently exhumed bodies from the mass-grave site in the Glumina village (some 40 kms east of Tuzla). The identification of the bodies from the mass grave began here this Tuesday. EPA-PHOTO/EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/eb/kr/ow
TUZ02-19981019-TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: A group of Bosnian Muslims, refugees from the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, currently ruled by Bosnian Serbs, attempt to identify the bodies of relatives, hoping that it might be one of recently excavated bodies from the mass grave site in village of Glumina, 38 kms East of Tuzla 19 October 1998, on the first day of identification process at Tuzla city morgue. EPA-PHOTO/EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/STR/eb/fob/ow
TUZ02-19981020-TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: Bosnian-Muslim refugee women from the Eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, which is currently ruled by Bosnian Serbs, are overcome by emotions as they attempt to identify bodies of their relatives at the Tuzla City morgue, 20 October 1998, hoping to find them among the recently exhumed bodies from the mass-grave site in the Glumina village (some 40 kms east of Tuzla). The identification of the bodies from the mass grave began here this Tuesday. EPA PHOTO EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/eb/kr
TUZ01-19981019-TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA: Bosnian Muslim Ramiz Sehovic, 51, a refugee from the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, currently ruled by Bosnian Serbs, attempts to identify a body of one of his relatives, hoping that it might be one of recently excavated bodies from the mass-grave site in village of Glumina, 38 kms East of Tuzla 19 October 1998, on the first day of identification process at Tuzla city morgue. EPA PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC
TUZ03 - 19991117 - TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA : A Bosnian Muslim woman cries as she stands between the coffins during a funeral ceremony in Memici, 26 kms east of Tuzla, on Wednesday, 17 November 1999, for 261 Bosnian Muslim who were killed by Bosnian Serbs in 1992. All the bodies were found in a single mass grave site in the village of Glumina in October 1998. EPA PHOTO/EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/EB-cl
TUZ01 - 19991117 - TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA : Several thousands of Bosnian Muslims gather as they attend a funeral ceremony in Memici, 26 kms east of Tuzla, on Wednesday 17 November 1999, during the reburial of 261 Bosnian Muslim who were killed by Bosnian Serbs in 1992. All of the bodies were found in a single mass grave site in the village of Glumina in October 1998. EPA PHOTO EPA/ELVIS BARUKCIC/EB-cl
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