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Pionirska street massacre in Visegrad

On June 14th 1992, in Pioneer Street (Pionirska Ulica) in Visegrad, around 70 Bosniak civilians, (women, children and elderly) were locked by paramilitary serbian troops and burnt alive in a house in Visegrad. 59 were killed, at least, only 8 survived. Milan Lukic (life imprisonment) and Sredoje Lukic (27 years), were convicted for their crimes. Every year, relatives and survivors come to Visegrad for a ceremony that keeps the memory of the massacre organised by the NGO Women victims of war. Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina, June 2013. © Luca Bonacini. Copyright: the pictures on this site are the property of the author and cannot be used without permission.

Posted by Luca on June 15, 2013
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  1. 08/7/2013
    Owen

    Thank you for sharing the sad photographs of this year’s commemoration of a terrible event.

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