Photo by Fehim Demir
Green is the Colour of Grief
Bosnian Muslim women mourn over a casket during the funeral of 775 newly-identified Bosnian Muslim women at the Potocari Memorial Centre in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2010. The Srebrenica massacre in July 1995, which resulted in the killing of 8,000 men and boys, is regarded as the worst atrocity committed in Europe since World War II. The right to life is circumscribed in Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.