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Thursday, 11 July, 2002, 17:10 GMT 18:10 UK
In pictures: Mourning Srebrenica's dead
Thousands of people gathered in a field near the Bosnian town of Srebrenica to remember the victims of the civil war massacre there in 1995.

Investigators are still recovering remains from the 7,000 Muslim men and boys killed there by Bosnian Serb forces.

International peacekeeper looks on as mourners gather
Thousands of Muslims returned to the scene of the mass executions
Bosnian  Serb policeman at mourners' coach
Tensions remain in the Serb-controlled area and the mourners were under police guard
Male mourners
The mourners compared the massacre to the 11 September terror attacks
Mourners at the cenotaph
Many of those present were widows of men killed in the massacre
Ibrima Oric cooks a meal outside her ruined home
One widow, Ibrima Oric, has returned to the ruins of her home in Srebrenica
Bosnian Muslim officials inspect body bags at the Visoko identification centre
Forensic experts are still working to identify the remains of victims

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