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Barimo massacre

Barimo Massacre is the massacre of 26 Bosniaks in Barimo village in Višegrad Municipality in August 1992 by the Bosnian Serb Army. The victims were mostly women and children. The entire village was burnt down and destroyed, including religious buildings.[1] The oldest victim was Hanka Halilović, born in 1900, and the youngest was Fadila Bajrić, born in 1980.[2]

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References

  1. ^ Otvorena hajr cesma sa imenima zrtava,M.A.,Dnevni Avaz, 25.10.2009
  2. ^ U višegradskom naselju Barimo otkrivena spomen-ploča na kojoj su uklesana imena 26 ubijenih bošnjačkih civila Višegrad, 24.10.2009 - FTV http://www.rtvfbih.ba/loc/template.wbsp?wbf_id=37&id=22904

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Visegrad Genocide Memories

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