UA 39/94 - Bosnia-Herzegovina: deliberate and arbitrary killings / fear for safety: Shelling of civilians queuing for aid in the besieged town of Sarajevo

UA 39/94 - Bosnia-Herzegovina: deliberate and arbitrary killings / fear for safety: Shelling of civilians queuing for aid in the besieged town of Sarajevo

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Index Number: EUR 63/003/1994
Date Published: 4 February 1994
Categories: Bosnia-herzegovina, Europe And Central Asia

According to recent press reports, nine people including three children, were killed on 4 February 1994 when shells hit a group of civilians waiting for the distribution of humanitarian aid, in the Dobrinja suburb of Sarajevo. 15 people were wounded in the incident. Bosnian Serbs are alleged to have been responsible for the attack, although they have denied any involvement.


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