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looking in the footsteps of the day it it's twenty years since europe's worst mass killing since the holocaust from thousands of people from across the world have joined survivors in a moment to mourn the eight thousand muslim men and boys killed in srebrenica , the march follows the forest route taken by those who fled the bosnian serb army as it overrun a united nations protected enclaves , he tried to flee with his brother but they were separated and his brother died , i want to send a message to all the countries to condemn genocide regardless of where it happened which nation was a victim so that it doesn't keep happening all over again , thousands of victims have been found in mass graves and reburied in memorial graveyards international court of justice has branded the events that spanned five days in july nineteen ninety five when i act of genocide angering serbian and bosnian serb leaders , on the eve of the anniversary they've persuaded russian president vladimir putin to veto a u. n. resolution that would condemn it as such , russia and the serbs prefers to call the event a grave crime , this bosnians perpetually ferry another hundred and thirty six victims freshly found others are still digging many victims were tossed in pits then dug up months later and scattered in smaller graves by bosnian serb forces trying to conceal that crime