Types of Genocide

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Types of Genocide
Bosnian Genocide:
Starting in April 1992, Serbia set out to "ethnically cleanse" Bosnia by removing all Bosnian
Muslims aka known as Bosniaks
Many Bosniaks were taken into concentration camps, where women and girls were
gang-raped and other residents were tortured, starved and murdered
In 1993, the United Nations Security Council declared that Muslim communes were to be in
safe areas, protected by UN peacekeepers
In July 1995, Serbs committed the largest slaughter in Europe, Srebrenica. An estimated
23,000 women, children and elderly people were put on buses and driven to
Muslim-controlled territory, while 8,000 men were detained and slaughtered
Sudan Genocide:
Sudanese forces attacked hundreds of villages throughout Darfur
Over 400 villages were completely destroyed and millions of civilians were forced to flee
their homes
African farmers and others in Darfur were being displaced and murdered at the hands of the
The genocide in Darfur has claimed 400,000 lives and displaced over 2,500,000 people
More than one hundred people continue to die each day; five thousand die every month
Iqraa Bibi
Jazibah Ziarab


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