SREBRENICA NUMBERS (QUICK FACTS)
Page last updated: 9 July 2010.
Some forty-thousand [40,000] Bosniaks were targeted for extinction in Srebrenica, according to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (source). More than 8,000 were executed, while approximately 30,000 were forcibly expelled from the enclave in a massive scale ethnic cleansing campaign.
The most up to date research results come from the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP). Of 8,372 victims of the Srebrenica genocide, who died in July of 1995, 6481 have been identified through DNA forensic technology conducted by the ICMP. However, the ICMP's analysis of blood-samples support an estimate of 8,100 victims killed in July 1995.