The murder of 8,000 Bosnians took place in 1995 under the eyes of Dutch UN peacekeepers. Victims of the massacre were mostly Muslim men and boys. It became a foreign-policy trauma for the Dutch and source of guilt for soldiers there at the time.
The Dutch Supreme Court upheld a ruling that Dutch UN peacekeepers had failed to protect 350 people in Bosnia in 1995. The judges found, however, that the Dutch government was only 10% liable for the atrocity.
The Nobel Prize laureate has offered a defense of Myanmar's military actions that triggered an exodus of Rohingya. Gambia had taken the case to the top UN court, saying it should take all measures to prevent genocide.
It was one of the worst atrocities of the Bosnian war. In August 1992, Bosnian Serb forces lined up Muslim prisoners on the edge of a cliff and opened fire. More than 20 years on, the victims are being laid to rest.
European countries backed a United Nations statement criticizing China's treatment of Uighurs and other Muslims. But many more countries were quick to defend Beijing.
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