Football on the Ruins of Genocide

“Where more than 8,000 men were killed, a new generation is trying to overcome the past on the local football pitch.”

Two decades after war ravaged through Bosnian town Srebrenica, football turns out to be the key to bring the young inhabitants of the small town together.

“The youngest don’t remember the war, they only see teammates that play with them,” says Bektic. “FK Guber is a model for Srebrenica and gives hope for the future.”

Read further on Al Jazeera.

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