Thousands of Bosnian people gathered at the Sarajevo's main street on Sunday remembering the Srebrenica massacre. They were all in tears whispering Muslim prayers as the trucks, carrying 613 coffins of the victims' remains, passed through to Srebrenica.
The people marched from the city of Srebrenica to the village of Nezuk, about 110km north. This was the place, where about 15,000 Bosnian Muslims had sought safety at a UN base from Bosnian Serb troops 16 years back.
The dead bodies of the victims, found in mass graves and identified through DNA tests, are set to be buried at the Potocari Memorial Centre in Srebrenica on Monday. The people, on Monday, will mark 16th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, the worst massacre since the second world war killing more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys.
Meanwhile, Ratko Mladic, the alleged mastermind behind the atrocities during the Bosnian war, is being tried at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslovia (ICC) on 11 war crime charges, including genocide.
Although the arrest of Mladic had brought some comfort, there is no justice that can make any mother happy, Aljajeera quoted a Bosnian Muslim woman, who lost her husband, two brothers, and many family members in the 1995 massacre.
Check out the pictures of the mass burial for Srebrenica massacre victims below.