Greece to investigate possible involvement in Srebrenica killings

[JURIST] A Greek prosecutor launched an investigation on Monday to probe possible Greek involvement in the Srebrenica killings in Bosnia in 1995 [JURIST news archive]. Several Bosnian Serbs have already been arrested [JURIST report] for their roles. Many of the arrested were members of a paramilitary group [JURIST report] alleged to be under the direct control of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic [JURIST news archive]. Greece is concerned about a number of citizens who volunteered to join Christian Serb forces during the war, but has ruled out any participation by Greek government soldiers. Reuters has more.

 

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