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CROATIA-RAPE/
RTR4Y13W
May 29, 2015
Hangars at Velepromet makeshift camp for Croats during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia,...
Vukovar, Croatia
Hangars at Velepromet makeshift camp for Croats during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia,...
Hangars at Velepromet makeshift camp for Croats during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, are seen in Vukovar, east Croatia, April 19, 2015. Picture taken April 19, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-RAPE/
RTR4Y13M
May 29, 2015
A man looks at hangars at Velepromet makeshift camp for Croats during the 1991-95 war of independence...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at hangars at Velepromet makeshift camp for Croats during the 1991-95 war of independence...
A man looks at hangars at Velepromet makeshift camp for Croats during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, in Vukovar, east Croatia, April 19, 2015. Picture taken April 19, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-RAPE/
RTR4Y12V
May 29, 2015
Ruzica Barbaric, 63, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, shows...
Vukovar, Croatia
Barbaric, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, shows pictures...
Ruzica Barbaric, 63, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, shows pictures of saints in Vukovar, east Croatia, April 19, 2015. Croatia's parliament adopted a law on May 29 granting compensation to rape victims in the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia. The victims, whose exact number remains unknown, will receive a one-off payment of 100,000 kuna ($14,504), and a monthly allowance of 2,500 kuna. They will also be entitled to free counselling, legal and medical aid. Picture taken April 19, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-RAPE/
RTR4Y12B
May 29, 2015
Ruzica Barbaric, 63, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses...
Vukovar, Croatia
Barbaric, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses for a...
Ruzica Barbaric, 63, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses for a picture in Vukovar, east Croatia, April 19, 2015. Croatia's parliament adopted a law on May 29 granting compensation to rape victims in the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia. The victims, whose exact number remains unknown, will receive a one-off payment of 100,000 kuna ($14,504), and a monthly allowance of 2,500 kuna. They will also be entitled to free counselling, legal and medical aid. Picture taken April 19, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-RAPE/
RTR4Y11Y
May 29, 2015
Verica Martinovic, 55, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia,...
Vukovar, Croatia
Martinovic, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses for...
Verica Martinovic, 55, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses for a picture in Vukovar, east Croatia, April 19, 2015. Croatia's parliament adopted a law on May 29 granting compensation to rape victims in the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia. The victims, whose exact number remains unknown, will receive a one-off payment of 100,000 kuna ($14,504), and a monthly allowance of 2,500 kuna. They will also be entitled to free counselling, legal and medical aid. Picture taken April 19, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-RAPE/
RTR4Y11G
May 29, 2015
Snjezana Maljak, 46, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses...
Vukovar, Croatia
Maljak, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses for a picture...
Snjezana Maljak, 46, who said she was raped during the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia, poses for a picture in Vukovar, east Croatia, April 19, 2015. Croatia's parliament adopted a law on May 29 granting compensation to rape victims in the 1991-95 war of independence from Yugoslavia. The victims, whose exact number remains unknown, will receive a one-off payment of 100,000 kuna ($14,504), and a monthly allowance of 2,500 kuna. They will also be entitled to free counselling, legal and medical aid. Picture taken April 19, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
SERBIA-CROATIA/FINAL-VERDICT
RTR4O11R
February 03, 2015
Croatian war veterans watch the television broadcast of the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) verdict...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian war veterans watch the television broadcast of the ICJ's verdict on genocide during the Balkan...
Croatian war veterans watch the television broadcast of the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) verdict on genocide during the Balkan wars in Vukovar February 3, 2015. The United Nations' highest court on Tuesday ruled that neither Croatia nor Serbia committed genocide against each other's populations during the Balkan wars that followed the collapse of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Peter Tomka, president of the ICJ, said many crimes had been committed by both countries' forces during the conflict, but that the intent to commit genocide -- by "destroying a population in whole or in part" -- had not been proven against either country. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/FINAL-VERDICT
RTR4O11Q
February 03, 2015
A man smokes as he watches the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) verdict on genocide during the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man smokes as he watches the ICJ's verdict on genocide during the Balkan wars in Vukovar
A man smokes as he watches the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) verdict on genocide during the Balkan wars in Vukovar February 3, 2015. The United Nations' highest court on Tuesday ruled that neither Croatia nor Serbia committed genocide against each other's populations during the Balkan wars that followed the collapse of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Peter Tomka, president of the ICJ, said many crimes had been committed by both countries' forces during the conflict, but that the intent to commit genocide -- by "destroying a population in whole or in part" -- had not been proven against either country. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDN
March 02, 2014
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery...
Vukovar, Croatia
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery...
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDL
March 02, 2014
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on display at the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDK
March 02, 2014
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on display at the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDH
March 02, 2014
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDF
March 02, 2014
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDA
March 02, 2014
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest...
Vukovar, Croatia
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD9
March 02, 2014
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara...
Vukovar, Croatia
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD5
March 02, 2014
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest...
Vukovar, Croatia
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD3
March 02, 2014
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The...
Vukovar, Croatia
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWCV
March 02, 2014
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Center in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
CROATIA/
RTX178PU
January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar carry...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar carry...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar carry boxes as they collect signatures to call for a referendum on the issue, during a demonstration in downtown Zagreb December 16, 2013. Croatia already has bilingual signs in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in the small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CROATIA/
RTX178PS
January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest in downtown Zagreb Decemeber 16, 2013. Croatia has bilingual signs, in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in a small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. The banner on top reads, "Introduction of Cyrillic to Serbian way. Vukovar - SAO Krajina". The SAO (Serbian Autonomous Region) of Krajina was a self-proclaimed republic set up by Serbians within the borders of modern-day Croatia during the 1990s. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CROATIA/
RTX178PJ
January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script in street signs in the city of Vukovar, carry...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script in street signs in the city of Vukovar, carry...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script in street signs in the city of Vukovar, carry boxes as they collect signatures to call for a referendum on the issue during a demonstration in downtown Zagreb December 16, 2013. Croatia already has bilingual signs in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in the small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJU
November 18, 2013
Former generals Mladen Markac (L), Ivan Cermak (C) and Ante Gotovina (R) attend a ceremony to mark the...
Vukovar, Croatia
Former generals Markac, Cermak and Gotovina attend a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's...
Former generals Mladen Markac (L), Ivan Cermak (C) and Ante Gotovina (R) attend a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY MILITARY SOCIETY CONFLICT)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJQ
November 18, 2013
People carry a giant Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's...
Vukovar, Croatia
People carry a giant Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's...
People carry a giant Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJ2
November 18, 2013
People carry a Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall,...
Vukovar, Croatia
People carry a Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall,...
People carry a Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJ0
November 18, 2013
A man carries a flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man carries a flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar...
A man carries a flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. The words on the flag reads: "Association of Croatian Homeland War Volunteers 1990". REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15IIQ
November 18, 2013
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic (C) talks to the media with Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic (R) during...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian President Josipovic talks to the media with PM Milanovic during a ceremony to mark the 22th...
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic (C) talks to the media with Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic (R) during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HCA
November 17, 2013
A girl lights a candle at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November...
Vukovar, Croatia
A girl lights a candle at Vukovar Memorial
A girl lights a candle at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HC7
November 17, 2013
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBS
November 17, 2013
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBM
November 17, 2013
A man takes a picture of a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man take a picture of destroyed house in downtown Vukovar
A man takes a picture of a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBL
November 17, 2013
People walk past a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
People walk past a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar
People walk past a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBK
November 17, 2013
Crosses are seen during sunset at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Crosses are seen during sunset at Vukovar Memorial
Crosses are seen during sunset at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA-PROTEST/
RTX135JV
September 03, 2013
A woman lights a candle in front of riot policemen during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script...
Vukovar, Croatia
A woman lights a candle in front of riot policemen during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script...
A woman lights a candle in front of riot policemen during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
CROATIA-PROTEST/
RTX135JS
September 03, 2013
A woman gestures in support of demonstrators during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed...
Vukovar, Croatia
A woman gestures in support of demonstrators during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed...
A woman gestures in support of demonstrators during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIACIVIL SOCIETY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CROATIA/
RTX135JO
September 03, 2013
Riot policemen protect a bilingual sign on a building during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic...
Vukovar, Croatia
Riot policemen protect a bilingual sign on a building during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic...
Riot policemen protect a bilingual sign on a building during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
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September 03, 2013
A man carries a Croatian flag during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man carries a Croatian flag during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city...
A man carries a Croatian flag during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching...
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching through fog in Vukovar November 18, 2011, during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. The picture was taken through glass at a bus station. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
A Croatian woman walks in front of a march through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A Croatian woman walks during a march in Vukovar
A Croatian woman walks in front of a march through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
Members of the Croatian Army and police officers walks with flags as they lead Croats marching through...
Vukovar, Croatia
Members of the Croatian Army and police officers walks with flags during a march in Vukovar
Members of the Croatian Army and police officers walks with flags as they lead Croats marching through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall on November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
Croatian majorettes walk with a flag through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian majorettes walk with a flag through the streets of Vukovar
Croatian majorettes walk with a flag through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
RTR2U6JZ
November 18, 2011
Croatian majorettes walk with the national flag through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian majorettes walk with the national flag through the streets of Vukovar
Croatian majorettes walk with the national flag through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
RTR2U6JS
November 18, 2011
Croatian majorettes stand with the national flag as thousands of Croats march to the central cemetery...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian majorettes stand with the national flag during a ceremony in Vukovar
Croatian majorettes stand with the national flag as thousands of Croats march to the central cemetery of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching...
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching through the streets of Vukovar November 18, 2011, during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
RTR2U6IC
November 18, 2011
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching...
Croatian Army and police officers walk with flags in front of a column of thousands of Croats marching through the streets of Vukovar November 18, 2011, during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
A woman holds a picture and sign reading "Tell me, where is he?" at Vukovar's memorial cemetery November...
Vukovar, Croatia
A woman holds a picture and sign reading "Tell me, where is he?" at Vukovar's memorial cemetery
A woman holds a picture and sign reading "Tell me, where is he?" at Vukovar's memorial cemetery November 18, 2011, during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
Croatian state officials stand in front of an eternal flame at the central monument at Vukovar's memorial...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian state officials stand in front of an eternal flame at the central monument at Vukovar's memorial...
Croatian state officials stand in front of an eternal flame at the central monument at Vukovar's memorial cemetery November 18, 2011, during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
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November 18, 2011
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic lays a wreath in front of the eternal flame at the central monument...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian President Josipovic lays a wreath in Vukovar's memorial cemetery
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic lays a wreath in front of the eternal flame at the central monument in Vukovar's memorial cemetery, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
CROATIA/VUKOVAR
RTR2U6DQ
November 18, 2011
Croatian majorettes walk with the national flag through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian majorettes walk with the national flag through the streets of Vukovar
Croatian majorettes walk with the national flag through the streets of Vukovar during a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of Vukovar's fall November 18, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CROATIA/
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November 17, 2011
A woman and a boy stand in front of the eternal flame at the main monument at Vukovar's memorial cemetery,...
Vukovar, Croatia
A woman and a boy stand in front of the eternal flame in Vukovar
A woman and a boy stand in front of the eternal flame at the main monument at Vukovar's memorial cemetery, on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the fall of Vukovar, November 17, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by the units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
CROATIA/
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November 17, 2011
Candles are lighted in front of a monument dedicated to the victims of the war in Vukovar, on the eve...
Vukovar, Croatia
Candles are lighted in front of a monument dedicated to the victims of the war in Vukovar
Candles are lighted in front of a monument dedicated to the victims of the war in Vukovar, on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the fall of Vukovar, November 17, 2011. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 20 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by the units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU7CG
November 04, 2010
The loved ones of more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 burn candles at Ovacara...
Vukovar, Croatia
The loved ones of more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 burn candles at Ovacara...
The loved ones of more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 burn candles at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Serbian President Boris Tadic apologised on Thursday for atrocities committed by Serbs in Croatia in the 1990s in a move to foster ethnic reconciliation in the Balkans and boost Serbia's EU prospects. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU7C6
November 04, 2010
Croatia's Army honor guard pay their respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatia's Army honor guard pay their respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops...
Croatia's Army honor guard pay their respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Serbian President Boris Tadic apologised on Thursday for atrocities committed by Serbs in Croatia in the 1990s in a move to foster ethnic reconciliation in the Balkans and boost Serbia's EU prospects. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU7BF
November 04, 2010
Croatia's President Ivo Josipovic lays a wreath after paying his respects to more than 200 victims killed...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatia's President Josipovic lays a wreath after paying respect to victims killed by Belgrade-led troops...
Croatia's President Ivo Josipovic lays a wreath after paying his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade-led troops in 1991 at the Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Josipovic laid a wreath together with Serbia's President Tadic who apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during the 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU7BB
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic lays a wreath after paying respect to more than 200 victims killed by...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Tadic lays a wreath after paying respect to victims killed by Belgrade-led troops...
Serbia's President Boris Tadic lays a wreath after paying respect to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade-led troops in 1991 at the Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during the 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU7B9
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic pays respect to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade-led troops in...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Tadic pays respect to victims killed by Belgrade-led troops in 1991 at the Ovacara...
Serbia's President Boris Tadic pays respect to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade-led troops in 1991 at the Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during the 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU78O
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic pays his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Boris Tadic pays his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops...
Serbia's President Boris Tadic pays his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU78I
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic (L) and Croatia's President Ivo Josipovic pay their respects to more than...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Tadic and Croatia's President Josipovic pay their respects to more than 200 victims...
Serbia's President Boris Tadic (L) and Croatia's President Ivo Josipovic pay their respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar on November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU78H
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic lays a wreath after paying his respects to more than 200 victims killed...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Boris Tadic lays a wreath after paying his respects to more than 200 victims killed...
Serbia's President Boris Tadic lays a wreath after paying his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU788
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic passes the honor guard after paying his respects to more than 200 victims...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Boris Tadic passes the honor guard after paying his respects near Vukovar
Serbia's President Boris Tadic passes the honor guard after paying his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SERBIA-CROATIA/
RTXU77Q
November 04, 2010
Serbia's President Boris Tadic burns a candle to pay his respects to more than 200 victims killed by...
Vukovar, Croatia
Serbia's President Tadic pays his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in...
Serbia's President Boris Tadic burns a candle to pay his respects to more than 200 victims killed by Belgrade led troops in 1991 at Ovacara mass grave site near Vukovar on November 4, 2010. Tadic apologized to families of the victims killed by Serb forces during 1991-95 Croatian war. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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