Balkans: The right to know: Families still left in the dark in the Balkans
The enforced disappearance and abduction of tens of thousands of people constitutes one of the most serious unresolved human rights violations from the armed conflicts in the Balkans in the 1990s and 2001. This document brings together examples of cases of enforced disappearances and abductions from five countries in the former Yugoslavia. Many cases of enforced disappearances and abductions are far from resolved and victims are still waiting for justice. The governments in the region must commit to addressing these crimes.
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