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Srebrenica massacre survivor tells her story

Nermina Muminovic tells Al Jazeera her story of survival since genocide in 1995, the year she last saw her father.

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Eighteen years on from the Srebrenica massacre, hundreds of newly identified victims are to be buried.

One of the victim's daughters will be there, to see her father's body finally be laid to rest.

Nermina Dautbasic Muminovic was a refugee for many years during the Bosnian war.

She tells her story of survival since the 1995 genocide - the year she last saw her father.

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