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    I would like to suggest that this paragraph be corrected, or a link to further documentation be entered;
    At the center of the case was the planned murder of as many as 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the town of Srebrenica by Serbian forces under Mladic’s command, almost under the noses of Dutch peacekeepers there to protect them.
    When reading the, linked to, trial judgement summary, I do not find any mention of 8,000 murdered people. I have only read that on the 13/14 July 1000 were executed, on 16 July up to 1200 were executed and on the same day 500 men and 2 women were executed, making a total of ca. 2700 people who are mentioned in this summary.
    If there are other documents to support the murder of the other 5300 people, then I think it should be linked to too.

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      Hi Spencer, thanks for your comment. I’ve just added a supporting link to the ICTY for the number of killed at Srebrenica. I’ve moved the judgement summary down a par.

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