SLAPOVICI, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JULY 10: Enisa Begic, 22, wipes a tear while recounting the murder of a teenage male relative listed on a stone plaque among local Muslim men who died in the ... more 
SLAPOVICI, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JULY 10: Enisa Begic, 22, wipes a tear while recounting the murder of a teenage male relative listed on a stone plaque among local Muslim men who died in the Bosnian War of 1992-1995 on July 10, 2011 in Slapovici, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Enisa and her entire family fled Slapovici during the war, and she says many male members of her extended family were murdered by Bosnian Serb soldiers. Enisa, her parents and her sisters later emigrated to the United States, and she has returned to Slapovici to visit her grandmother and witness the inuaguration of the settlement's rebuilt mosque. Slapovici is in the Republika Srpska region of eastern Bosnia and is a valley settlement of scattered houses reachable only by a small, dirt road. During the Bosnian War the Bosnian Serb army, under the command of General Ratko Mladic, who is now on trial in The Hague for war crimes, heavily damaged the mosque, expelled all Muslims from Slapovici and murdered most of the men and teenage boys in the infamous Srebrenica massacre of 1995. Today some of Slapovici's Muslims have returned, including Enisa's grandmother Tima, though others remain scattered in a diaspora in other parts of Bosnia as well as the United States. Enisa says she and her family would like to return too but she is uncertain of finding a job in the weak Bosnian economy. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) less 
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