Srebrenica (Bosnia-Herzegovina 2014) In the span of one week, July 11 to July 18, 1995, more than 5,000 Bosnian Muslim civilians were massacred here. They had found what was reputed to be a "safe haven" under Dutch UN peacekeepers' care in a former factory. But the Dutch ultimately turned them over to Bosnian Serb fighters who pledged only to detain, not harm them. In the summer of 2014, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) found the Netherlands liable for some of these deaths. Radovan Karadžić was found criminally liable for the genocide in 2016. Mass graves are still being found today, more than 20 years later. Now, in memorial, original (uncredited) photographs are shown on the factory walls. But like so much else here, there is no funding to preserve these artifacts. As memories fade, nature takes over. The images are obscured. Little is resolved. The world has moved on.