Muhic's son survived. Now 23, he lives with her in southern France.
SREBRENICA Hava Muhic stood Thursday above the smallest pit in the cemetery, near her husband's grave. It was dug for her baby girl who was born and died here 18 years ago on the day of the worst massacre Europe has seen since World War II.
Among them was Muhic, then 24 and nine months pregnant with her second child. base. One of the peacekeepers told her she could enter the base's main building but said the others would have to stay outside in the courtyard.
"Eventually we obtained a photo the soldiers have taken of the open grave with the little body in it," Masovic said. "By the position of the light poles on the photo and some shades, we found the location last year. There were five other bodies in the grave besides the baby's."
"I will do all I can to have the name the mother wanted for her child engraved on the baby's tombstone," said Durakovic. "That is the least we can do for the mother."
Years later, she discovered that her husband Hajrudin, his two brothers and her brother were among the thousands killed in the massacre, which the International Court of Justice later defined as genocide. war crimes tribunal for the Srebrenica genocide in Srebrenica and other war crimes.
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Muhic recalled the moment after she learned her baby's fate.
Srebrenica's mayor Camil Durakovic believes the baby would have been alive today had Muhic received normal medical care.
Baby among 409 buried on anniversary of Srebrenica massacre
Muhic's baby is among the remains of 409 people recently identified after being found in mass graves, who were reburied at the Potocari Memorial Center on the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre. This year's commemorations bring the total of identified victims to 6,066. Another 2,306 remain missing. peacekeepers as Bosnian Serbs overran the town. compound told her the girl was born with the umbilical cord wrapped around her Air Max 2015 Womens White neck and that she was dead.
"Two men in uniform came . They took my baby and put it in a box. They asked me for my personal information and I gave it to them. They began separating men from women. Over the course of 5 days, they executed 8,372 men and boys.
Forensic experts searched several locations the soldiers pointed out, but could not find any skeletons.
had anything to do with the baby's death. One thing's certain, however: Muhic spent 18 years living with the pain of not knowing where her baby girl was buried. Serb troops led by Gen. Ratko Mladic broke into the enclave on July 11, 1995. military base in the town's Potocari suburb Air Max Tavas 39
Hava had a name for her daughter but she never had the chance to give it to her. She has asked that it be engraved on the tiny white marble headstone that is to replace the wooden one.
A half hour after she delivered the baby, Hava Muhic was told to get up and leave the building. Still covered in blood, she climbed with other women into a truck that drove them to safety. She did not know where her 5 year old son or husband were.
born under unbearable circumstances and therefore it is a victim of genocide," he said.
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