Back to black: Hague ruling on atrocities upsets Serbia’s fragile reconciliation process

Written by on November 29, 2012 in Europe, News, Perspectives - No comments

Controversial human rights movement Women in Black travelled from Belgrade to Vukovar, Croatia, Nov. 19 to commemorate the 264 victims murdered here by Serb-sponsored forces in 1991. The Vukovar massacre was just one of many atrocities, perpetrated by all sides, as Yugoslavia collapsed into vicious civil war.

Women in Black, a Belgrade-based human rights movement, were strong opponents of Slobodan Milošević during the 1990s. Now they are key actors in the tenuous process of reconciliation in the former Yugoslavia region.

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