Bosnian Croats Commemorate Anniversary of Unprosecuted Killings


A ceremony will be held in the village of Buhine Kuce, near Vitez in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to commemorate 26 people, including eight children, who were murdered in 1994 but whose killers have never faced trial.

The 27th anniversary of the killings of 26 Bosnian Croats in Buhine Kuce on January 9, 1994 will be marked on Saturday with a Catholic mass and the laying of flowers at the local cemetery.

Ljubica Garic, president of the Association of Families of the Killed and Disappeared Croat Defenders of the Croatian Defence Council of the Central Bosnia Canton, said that 26 people including eight children and four women were killed.

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