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The following is a list of massacres that occurred during the Bosnian War.
|Sijekovac killings||March 1992||Sijekovac, near Bosanski Brod||20-47-59||Bosniak and Croat military units clashed with Bosnian-Serb soldiers and civilians. Republika Srpska reported 47 killed, but 59 bodies were later found, including 18 children. Helsinki Watch reported that 20 were killed in March 1992, while other bodies were killed later in the war.|
|Bijeljina massacre||1–2 April 1992||Bijeljina||48–1,000||Up to 1,000 Bosniaks killed by Arkan's Tigers, under the command of the Serb-controleld JNA|
|Foča massacres||7 April 1992 – January 1994||Foča||2,704||Thousands of Bosniak civilians killed by Serb military, police and paramilitary forces. In a 1997 judgement against Novislav Đajić, the Bavarian Appeals Chamber ruled that the killings in which he was involved in June 1992 were acts of genocide.|
|Višegrad massacres||1992||Višegrad||3,000||Mass murder of 1,000-3,000 Bosniaks during the ethnic cleansing of eastern Bosnia by Serb police and military forces.|
|Prijedor massacre||1992||Prijedor||5,200||After the Srebrenica genocide, it is the second largest massacre committed during the Bosnian War.|
|Zvornik massacre||1992-1995||Zvornik||700-900||Mass murder and violence committed against Bosniaks and other non-Serb civilians by Serb paramilitary groups|
|Snagovo massacre||29 April 1992||Snagovo||36||Serbs capture and kill 36 Bosniak civilians who were hiding in the woods. The corpses were burned in an effort to conceal the crime.|
|Glogova massacre||9 May 1992||Glogova||64||Serbs kill 64 Bosniak civilians.|
|Čemerno massacre||10 June 1992||Čemerno, Ilijaš (near Sarajevo)||29-32||Bosnian Croats killed 29-32 Serb civilians in Čemerno|
|Ahatovići massacre||14 June 1992||Ahatovići||47||Serbs[Clarification needed] kill 47 captured Bosniak soldiers.|
|Barimo massacre||2 August 1992||Barimo||26||The entire village of Barimo was razed by the Serbs; 26 Bosniaks were killed.|
|Sjeverin massacre||22 October 1992||Višegrad||16||16 Bosniak citizens of Serbia from the village of Sjeverin abducted from a Serbian bus in the village of Mioče, on Bosnian territory. The abductees were taken to the Vilina Vlas hotel in Višegrad where they were tortured before being taken to the Drina River and executed.|
|Duša massacre||15 January 1993||Duša near Gornji Vakuf||10||Croatian Defence Council (HVO) artillery bombardment kills 10 Bosniak civilians|
|Štrpci massacre||27 February 1993||Priboj||19||Massacre of 19 non-Serbs (18 Bosniaks, one Croat) taken from a Belgrade-Bar train at Štrpci station near Višegrad, on Bosnian territory.|
|Srebrenica Children Massacre||12 April 1993||Srebrenica||62||62 children among the victims when the elementary school in Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia, was shelled by the Army of Republika Srpska in April 1993.|
|Trusina killings||16 April 1993||Trusina||22||Bosnian Army killed 22 Croats|
|Ahmići massacre||16 April 1993||Ahmići||116||Bosnian Croats kill 116 Bosniak civilians.|
|Doljani Massacre||17 April 1993||Doljani and Sovići||n/a||Bosnian Croat forces kill a number of Bosniaks in the villages of Doljani and Sovići.|
|Miletići massacre||24 April 1993||Travnik||5||BiH Army kills 5 Croats|
|Mokronoge Massacre||10 August 1993||Mokronoge, near Tomislavgrad||9||Bosnian Croats kill 9 Bosniaks in Mokronoge.|
|Grabovica massacre||8 September 1993||Grabovica||13||13 Croat civilians killed by the Bosnian Army.|
|Uzdol massacre||14 September 1993||Uzdol||60||BiH Army kills 60 Croats|
|Stupni Do massacre||23 October 1993||Stupni Do||37||Croatian Defence Council (HVO) kills 37 Bosniak civilians.|
|Križančevo selo massacre||22 December 1993||Vitez||74||BiH Army kills 74 Croats|
|Buhine Kuće massacre||9 January 1994||Vitez||26||BiH Army kills 26 Croats|
|Tuzla Massacre||25 May 1995||Tuzla||71||71 killed, 240 injured|
|Srebrenica massacre||11–13 July 1995||Srebrenica||8,373||The Preliminary List of People Missing or Killed in Srebrenica compiled by the Bosnian Federal Commission of Missing Persons contains 8,373 names. While the overwhelming majority of them were men, some 500 were under 18, and victims include several dozen women and girls.|
- War crimes in Bosnia-Hercegovina: a Helsinki Watch Report (Volume 1). Human Rights Watch. 1992. p. 45. ISBN 9781564320834. http://books.google.hr/books?id=nltdtAo38K0C&dq=sijekovac&hl=hr&source=gbs_navlinks_s.
- "Posavljaci Josipoviću - Ne idite u Bosansku Posavinu, Dodik će vas prevariti" (in Croatian). 29 May 2010. http://www.slobodnadalmacija.hr/Spektar/tabid/94/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/104161/Default.aspx. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- Nezavisne novine (11 August 2004). "EXHUMATIONS - Most victims suspected to be civilians from Vukovar". SFOR Main News Summary. NATO. http://www.nato.int/sfor/media/2004/ms040811.htm. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- "Prosecutor v. Momčilo Krajišnik Judgement". International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. http://www.icty.org/x/cases/krajisnik/tjug/en/kra-jud060927e.pdf. "At least 48 civilians, most of whom were non-Serbs, had been killed by Serb paramilitaries during the Serb take-over of Bijeljina."
- "Prosecutor v. Radislav Krstic Judgment". International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. 2 August 2001. http://www.icty.org/x/cases/krstic/tjug/en/krs-tj010802e.pdf. "The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, in the Nikola Jorgic case, upheld the Judgement of the Düsseldorf Supreme Court, interpreting the intent to destroy the group "in part" as including the intention to destroy a group within a limited geographical area. In a Judgement against Novislav Djajic on 23 May 1997, the Bavarian Appeals Chamber similarly found that acts of genocide were committed in June 1992 though confined within the administrative district of Foca."
- "Bošnjaci i Hrvati osumnjičeni za zločine počinjene nad Srbima u Bosni i Hercegovini (37)". 10 August 2007. http://www.glas-javnosti.rs/clanak/glas-javnosti-10-08-2007/bosnjaci-i-hrvati-osumnjiceni-za-zlocine-pocinjene-nad-srbima-u-bosn. Retrieved 12 June 2010.
- Tribunal (MKSJ), Bezdušan napad na selo Dušu, HAG/DEN HAAG, 19.06.2006
- Aida Cerkez-Robinson (15 April 2010). "Croatian president honors war victims in Bosnia". Associated Pressforeign report. London, UK: The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/9032957. Retrieved 16 April 2010.
- Sense Tribunal: ICTY - THE MOST POWERFUL MEN IN THE HERCEG BOSNA PROJECT” ON TRIAL 
- Horvat, Domagoj (7 March 1995). "The Secret of Mitigated Crimes". http://www.ex-yupress.com/feral/feral7.html.
- Lawson, Edward (1996). "Human rights violations by Bosnian Croat Forces". Encyclopedia of Human Rights. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 1-56032-362-0.
- ICTY - Sefer Halilović judgment - Findings on the crimes charged Paragraph 3 and 4 - RE Grabovica (Jablanica), icty.org; accessed 12 August 2015.
- ICTY - Ivica Rajic sentencing judgement - II. FACTS - Paragraph 49
- Potocari Memorial Center PRELIMINARY LIST of Missing Persons from Srebrenica '95 
- By: Danijel Toljaga and Hasan Nuhanovic: Incomplete List of Killed Children During Srebrenica Genocide Srebrenica Bilten 41, page #7 published by Women of Srebrenica
- "Mothers of Srebrenica Appeal Heard Today", BalkanInsight.com, 28 January 2010; retrieved 29 May 2011.
- Federal Commission for Missing Persons; "Preliminary List of Missing and Killed in Srebrenica"; 2005 
- "613 Srebrenica Victims to be Buried at a Memorial Ceremony in Potočari" page on ICMP website , accessed 8 June 2012
- DNA Results of the International Commission on Missing Persons Reveal the Identity of 6,186 Srebrenica Victims
- "So far, 6557 Srebrenica Genocide Victims DNA Identified". Sense Tribunal. 14 May 2010. http://www.scribd.com/doc/31586922/So-far-6557-Srebrenica-Genocide-Victims-DNA-Identified. Retrieved 26 October 2010.
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