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As tens of thousands gathered near Srebrenica in Bosnia on Saturday to mark 20 years since the massacre that saw 8,000 Muslim men and boys slain by Bosnian Serb forces, grief mixed with anger.
More than 100 newly-identified victims were laid to rest.
But crowds turned on Aleksandar Vucic, the prime minister of Serbia which refuses to recognise what happened as genocide.
Jostled and targeted by stones and bottles, he was forced to flee in what Serbia has condemned as an ‘assassination attempt’.
Another world figure at the commemoration, Bill Clinton, who was US President at the time of the Balkan wars, welcomed Vucic’s
“As a friend of Bosnia, I want to thank the Prime Minister of Serbia for having the courage to come here today,” he said from the stage.
He added: “I am begging you not to let this monument to innocent boys and men become only a memory of the tragedy.”..................
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