Read about the case of the Srebrenica genocide in this blog written by Gijs van Dijck. Keep reading >>… https://t.co/8vuklG8bEO
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“The fact that there is a maximum number of hours in a week that you are allowed to work, that web shops are compelled to provide you with the option to return your purchase within seven days, that our tap water must meet certain requirements. This all sounds very Dutch, but it is in fact European...
One of the major achievements from European integration is the principle of mutual recognition. (Dutch only)
In July 1995, thousands of Muslim Bosniak men were deported from the enclave Srebrenica and subsequently killed by the Bosnian Serb army under the command of Ratko Mladić. The UN had declared Srebrenica a “safe area”, but the Dutchbat soldiers were not able to prevent the capturing and killing of...
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