Azema Đozić holds a photograph of her husband Mustafa, who was killed, along with his brother, in the Genocide. Mustafa’s remains were located in 2005, in a mass grave.
Before the war, Azema, Mustafa, and their three kids, lived happily in the village of Potočari. In July 1995, Mustafa, together with his brothers and other men, headed for the free territory because they knew that if they stayed at the United Nations base at Potočari, they would be killed. “We said our goodbyes with the promise that we would meet in the free territory in a few days.”