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Bosniak former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic (3rdR) shakes hands with an unidentified person during the ruling of the Supreme Court that the Netherlands is responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men after the fall of the Srebrenica enclave in 1995, on September 6, 2013 in The Hague. The Dutch state is responsible for sending three Bosnian Muslims to their deaths when they were expelled from a UN compound at Srebrenica in 1995, the supreme court ruled today. The final ruling in the long-running case means that former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic, whose father, mother and brother were killed by Bosnian Serb forces after Dutch peacekeepers expelled them from the UN base, can seek compensation from the Dutch state. AFP PHOTO / ANP / MARTIJN BEEKMAN ***netherlands out*** (Photo credit should read Martijn Beekman/AFP/Getty Images)
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Bosniak former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic (3rdR) shakes hands with an unidentified person during the ruling of the Supreme Court that the Netherlands is responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men after the fall of the Srebrenica enclave in 1995, on September 6, 2013 in The Hague. The Dutch state is responsible for sending three Bosnian Muslims to their deaths when they were expelled from a UN compound at Srebrenica in 1995, the supreme court ruled today. The final ruling in the long-running case means that former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic, whose father, mother and brother were killed by Bosnian Serb forces after Dutch peacekeepers expelled them from the UN base, can seek compensation from the Dutch state. AFP PHOTO / ANP / MARTIJN BEEKMAN ***netherlands out*** (Photo credit should read Martijn Beekman/AFP/Getty Images)
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Bosniak former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic shakes hands with an... News Photo 179641848Adult,Death,Domination,Enclave,Fall,Hand,Handshake,Horizontal,Islam,Law,Men,Netherlands,People,Responsibility,Srebrenica,Supreme Court,The Hague,Translation,Trial,United NationsPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPBosniak former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic (3rdR) shakes hands with an unidentified person during the ruling of the Supreme Court that the Netherlands is responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men after the fall of the Srebrenica enclave in 1995, on September 6, 2013 in The Hague. The Dutch state is responsible for sending three Bosnian Muslims to their deaths when they were expelled from a UN compound at Srebrenica in 1995, the supreme court ruled today. The final ruling in the long-running case means that former UN interpreter Hasan Nuhanovic, whose father, mother and brother were killed by Bosnian Serb forces after Dutch peacekeepers expelled them from the UN base, can seek compensation from the Dutch state. AFP PHOTO / ANP / MARTIJN BEEKMAN ***netherlands out*** (Photo credit should read Martijn Beekman/AFP/Getty Images)