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Resource ID: #13171
Subject: Foreign Affairs
Source: New York Times
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On the afternoon of July 10, soldiers of the Bosnian Serb army began storming Srebrenica, a city of refuge created by the United Nations, where more than 40,000 people sought shelter from war. This New York Times story describes how the eastern Bosnian city was overrun, and what followed in the towns and fields around Srebrenica as desperate refugees waited for help which never came from the United Nations. (Oct. 29, 1995)

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