The Tuzla Canton Court, Crime Technicians from the Tuzla Police, doctors from the Department of Forensic Medicine at the Tuzla Clinical Center, and representatives of the Bosnian Muslim Federation Commission on Missing Persons conducted exhumations at the site known as Kravica from 10-29 November 1997. The recovered bodies are believed to be those of Muslim men who fled through this region after Srebrenica fell to the Serbs around 11 July 1995. Place of Exhumation: Kravica Exhumation Site: Bačići, Burnice, Islamovići, Jelah, Krke, Rahunići, Suljići, Svilile, Vrtače Date of Exhumation: 10-29 November 1997 Minimum Number of Exhumed Individuals: 073
Forensic report on individual and mass grave exhumations in Bosnia and Hercegovina created during the Forensic Assistance Project (FAP). The report was authored by: Simmons, Tal
Records of the Physicians for Human Rights' Bosnia Projects: Forensic Assistance Project: Findings (386-2-2)
"Forensic Monitoring Project Report: Kravica, Federation and Tuzla Combined Expert Team", November 1997. HU OSA 386-2-2-3; Records of the Physicians for Human Rights' Bosnia Projects: Forensic Assistance Project: Findings; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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