HUMAN REMAINS ARE DISPLAYED FOR IDENTIFICATION IN SEJKOVACA HALL.
Shoes and small human bones of a victim are displayed for
identification in an abandoned factory hall called "Sejkovaca" outside
Sanski Most in northwestern Bosnia October 16, 2001. Experts are trying
to identify victims among remains of more than 500 bodies in the hall,
believed to be Muslims killed by Serb forces early in the 1992-95 war,
including 372 from Jakarina Kosa, the biggest mass grave discovered so
far in Bosnia earlier this month. Six years after the end of the
country's war, there are still some 20,000 people reported as missing.