Agence France-PresseJuly 25, 2013 01:03
Dusica, a Serb, and her husband Almir, a Muslim, have beat the odds. Braving ethnic and religious divisions they have built a life together in this ill-fated east Bosnian town.
Srebrenica, the site of the worst atrocity in Europe since the World War II, buried on July 11 more than 400 victims identified since the previous anniversary of the 1995 genocide, when Bosnian Serb forces executed 8,000 Muslim men and boys.
Almir Salihovic, himself a massacre survivor, was raised as a refugee in the northeastern town of Tuzla.