Topic - Christoph Fluegge

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    U.N. court convicts Bosnian Serb of genocide

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  • "Some of the wounded prisoners were cursed and left to suffer in agony before they were finally killed," Fluegge said. "One of the groups of prisoners included a boy of approximately five to six years old, who, after being shot at, stood up from the pile of bodies and called out for his father."

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  • Before the judgment was read, he told the court: "I wish for these proceedings to be concluded in accordance with God's will."

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