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Kravica (Serbian Cyrillic: Кравица) is a village in the Bratunac municipality near Srebrenica, in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, close to the border with Serbia. It is inhabited predominantly by ethnic Serbs.
The village was attacked on 7 January (Serbian Christmas) 1993 by ARBiH forces under Naser Orić from the Srebrenica enclave under the control of the ARBiH. Eleven civilians were killed and most of the houses were damaged.
On 13 July 1995, VRS forces brought captured Bosniak males, who were fleeing Srebrenica, both civilians and prisoners of war, to Kravica and detained them in four warehouses. An estimated 1,000 to 1,500 were killed in the massacre, then taken to Bratunac or dumped in a nearby river.[page needed] Men from Kravica participated in the Srebrenica massacre.
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