Bosnia (September 1995)
September 1, 1995
- Issue 4 Accountability and Regulation
- 1 Échange Humanitaire No. 4 : Bulletin d’information
- 2 Feedback (September 1995)
- 3 Southern Africa: Drought Relief, Drought Rehabilitation… What about Drought Mitigation?
- 4 The Impact of Refugees on the Environment and Appropriate Responses
- 5 Women Killers in Rwanda
- 6 Women, War and Humanitarian Intervention: Resources for NGOs
- 7 European Union 1996 EU Draft Budget
- 8 Cannes Summit, June 1995
- 9 EuronAid General Assembly Adopts Code of Conduct on Food Aid and Food Security
- 10 One Year On Update on the Code of Conduct for the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and VFOs in Disaster Relief
- 11 Commonwealth Foundation Endorses New Guidelines for Good Policy and Practice for NGOs
- 12 Burundi/Zaire/Tanzania/Rwanda (September 1995)
- 13 Southern Africa (September 1995)
- 14 Mozambique (September 1995)
- 15 Somalia (September 1995)
- 16 Angola (September 1995)
- 17 Sudan (September 1995)
- 18 Liberia/Sierra Leone Region (September 1995)
- 19 Former Yugoslavia (September 1995)
- 20 Croatia (September 1995)
- 21 Bosnia (September 1995)
- 22 Serbia (September 1995)
- 23 Chechnya (September 1995)
- 24 Georgia/Abkhazia (September 1995)
- 25 Sri Lanka (September 1995)
- 26 Bangladesh (September 1995)
All food aid convoys, with the exception of Bihac, were suspended as of 30 August.
Recent reports from Bosnia have centred upon serious violations of international humanitarian law in and around the former safe havens of Srebrenica and Zepa. On 10 August, the Security Council adopted Resolution 1010 (1995), demanding immediate UN access to displaced persons from the Bosnian Serbs and that ICRC be allowed to visit and register anyone detained against their will.
Ten thousand civilians from Srebrenica and 3,000 from Zepa have been reported missing, while the many reports of mass killings, beatings and rape are almost certainly true.
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