Nowhere illustrates the tragedy of the break up of Yugoslavia more profoundly than the small town of Srebrenica.  Now located in Bosnia-Herzegovina close to the border with Serbia, this town witnessed the genocidal slaughter of about 7800 Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) by Serbian forces in July 1995.  It was several years before the truth of this war crime emerged.  Even today, Srebrenica has a haunted, hunted atmosphere.