11 July 1995 took place that went down in history as the most ferocious massacre in Europe since the Nazism. The Bosnian Serb army attacked the zone of Srebrenica, under the protection of the United Nations. The troops of Ratko Mladic and the "Tigers of Arkan" Raznatovic of Zelijp brutally killed more than 8,000 people in a few days, scattering them in different mass graves; UN forces, for reasons never really clarified, did not interfere. Every year, new victims are identified and in Potocari are held funerals where the bodies identified by new DNA testing by the International Commission for Missing Persons are buried. This is the reportage of the 20th anniversary of that brutal massacre.