In july 1995 the Bosnian Serb army invaded the UN-enclave of Screbrenica and killed over 7.500 muslim men and boys.
Now, ten years later, many refugee women and children are still living in very small houses in refugee camps, hidden in the mountains. Often with traumas and no work. These women and children have to live from a small pension.
Suhra Mustafic (1963), whose husband was murdered, earns some extra money by collecting coal at the nearby coalmine. For a bag of 60 kilogram she gets Euro 1,50.
Although these refugees officially have the right to return to the nowadays mainly Serbian Srebrenica, many can’t because of a lack of money and their traumatic memories of what has happened.