But the international community’s unprecedented unity and support comes in sharp contrast to their response three decades ago.
Concerns that BiH could be next on Russian president Vladimir Putin’s list are fueled by ethnic divisions among the country’s politicians.
Despite nationalist politics elsewhere, residents refuse to be divided along ethnic lines.
Attacked from the east and ignored by the West, the city's plight set a precedent for the coming years of conflict.
Amid mounting crisis, another armed conflict is more plausible than at any other time since the end of the 1992-95 war.
Campaigners note lessons and warnings as the UN tribunal ends its work.
Poor management and few financing options mean that most outlets are in thrall to political powers.
Oscar-nominated film reminds us that, 25 years after Srebrenica, coexistence is far from harmonious.
Moscow is manipulating unresolved internal divisions to cement its own influence.
Physical contact and strong social bonds got us through the war. Nothing could prepare us for social distancing.