Khieu Samphan is one of only three people convicted in relation to the government’s brutal four years in power.
The country cannot move forward while many of its institutions and leaders remain invested in whitewashing history.
YouTube, Twitter say they are taking measures against behaviour that glorifies, minimises or denies Srebrenica genocide.
Republika Srpska parliament passes law under which those who call their entity ‘genocidal’ risk lengthy jail terms.
Serb representatives to block all major institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina for recent genocide denial ban.
Valentin Inzko has set jail terms to counter attempts by Bosnian Serbs to deny genocide in Srebrenica.
The denial of a group’s persecution is the ultimate cruelty – on some level worse than the persecution itself.
Thousands gathered to commemorate the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and bury 19 newly identified victims.
Nineteen newly identified victims buried in ceremony marking killing of more than 8,000 Bosniaks by Serb forces.
With genocide denial rife in the region, a Bosniak survivor of the atrocities in Srebrenica fears future killings.
Lawyers urge police to lay criminal charges against Canadian government, churches and people who worked at institutions.
Parliament resolution, which also bans denying the genocide, comes as the justice minister is sacked for doing so.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations urges Hilton to drop plans to build a hotel on site where a mosque once stood.