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Korićani, mount Vlašić. Couple hundred meters away are the Korićani Cliffs located, where more than 200 Bosniak and Croat men were shot in August 1992. The victims, former detainess from the Bosnian Serb-run concentration camp at Trnopolje, were on their way to the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina-controlled territory in central Bosnia. As they arrived at mount Vlasic, 200-250 men were separated from the main group and told to be exchanged for prisoners held by the bosnian government, but instead they were taken to the edge of a ravine at Korićani Cliffs and killed one-by-one kneeling. Paramilitary policemen from Prijedor, so called 'Intervention Squad‘, also known as ‘Mice‘ and ‘Red Berets‘ are responsible for the mass murder. Only twelve victims survived the shootings and the fall into the ravine.
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Korićani, mount Vlašić. Couple hundred meters away are the Korićani Cliffs located, where more than 200 Bosniak and Croat men were shot in August 1992. The victims, former detainess from the Bosnian Serb-run concentration camp at Trnopolje, were on their way to the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina-controlled territory in central Bosnia. As they arrived at mount Vlasic, 200-250 men were separated from the main group and told to be exchanged for prisoners held by the bosnian government, but instead they were taken to the edge of a ravine at Korićani Cliffs and killed one-by-one kneeling. Paramilitary policemen from Prijedor, so called 'Intervention Squad‘, also known as ‘Mice‘ and ‘Red Berets‘ are responsible for the mass murder.  Only twelve victims survived the shootings and the fall into the ravine.