As the trial resumes of Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic in the Hague today.
The remains of 520 newly identified Srebrenica victims, most of them exhumed from dozens of remote unmarked mass graves, will be re-buried during a ceremony on Wednesday.
Relatives sit and wait for the funeral procession to pass by en route from the morgue in Visoko to a memorial cemetery in Potocari. Mladic is accused of genocide for orchestrating the massacre and for his role in the siege of Bosnia's capital Sarajevo. This woman who lost many family members had this to say.
"I don't even know the number of family members I have buried so far. And shame on those who did it.
As the trucks with coffins went past people bowed their heads and sadness is seen everywhere, as old wounds are opened up. This Bosnian member of Parliament talked about the Miladic trial and the funeral procession. Speaking in Bosnian he said
"On these trucks behind you there is a body of 94-year-old woman, boys younger than 15 years old, over 500 people from the Srebrenica region. The process of identification goes on and that's a difficult process. The (Radovan Karadzic. war time Bosnian-Serb leader) Karadzic and (Ratko Mladic. former Bosnian-Serb general) Mladic trials also go on and these are difficult processes in the Hague. And the most difficult process takes place in Bosnia and Herzegovina which is building a society and a country in which things like this could not happen to anyone ever again
Mladic is held responsible for the siege and bombardment of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, which killed 10,000 civilians. The prosecution described it as a plan to "spread terror among the civilian population". His trial continues.
Written and presented by Ann Salter