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  • Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday May 25, 1995

    Bosnian War

    NATO bombed VRS positions in Pale due to their failure to return heavy weapons

    Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday May 25, 1995

    On 25 May 1995, NATO bombed VRS positions in Pale due to their failure to return heavy weapons.




  • Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Jul 11, 1995

    Bosnian War

    (VRS) occupied the UN "safe area" of Srebrenica

    Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Jul 11, 1995

    On 11 July 1995, Army of Republika Srpska (VRS) forces under general Ratko Mladić occupied the UN "safe area" of Srebrenica in eastern Bosnia where more than 8,000 men were killed in the Srebrenica massacre (most women were expelled to Bosniak-held territory). The United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), represented on the ground by a 400-strong contingent of Dutch peacekeepers, Dutchbat, failed to prevent the town's capture by the VRS and the subsequent massacre.




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Jul 25, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Summer 95

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Jul 25, 1995

    Military offensive by the HV (the Croatian Army) and the HVO (the Croatian Defence Council) codenamed Operation Summer 95 took place in western Bosnia.




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Friday Aug 4, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Storm

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Friday Aug 4, 1995

    On 4 August, the HV (the Croatian Army) launched Operation Storm that effectively dissolved the Republic of Serbian Krajina.




  • Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Monday Aug 28, 1995

    Bosnian War

    VRS mortar attack on the Sarajevo Markale marketplace

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Monday Aug 28, 1995

    On 28 August, a VRS mortar attack on the Sarajevo Markale marketplace killed 43 people.




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Wednesday Aug 30, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Deliberate Force

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Wednesday Aug 30, 1995

    The Secretary General of NATO announced the start of Operation Deliberate Force, widespread airstrikes against Bosnian Serb positions supported by UNPROFOR rapid reaction force artillery attacks.




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Friday Sep 8, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Mistral 2

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Friday Sep 8, 1995

    The HV-HVO secured over 2,500 square kilometers (970 square miles) of territory during Operation Mistral 2, including the towns of Jajce, Šipovo and Drvar.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Wednesday Sep 13, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Sana

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Wednesday Sep 13, 1995

    At the same time, the ARBiH engaged the VRS further to the north in Operation Sana and captured several towns, including Bosanska Krupa, Bosanski Petrovac, Ključ and Sanski Most.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Sep 14, 1995

    Bosnian War

    The NATO air strikes were suspended to allow the implementation of an agreement with Bosnian Serbs for the withdrawal of heavy weapons from around Sarajevo

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Sep 14, 1995

    On 14 September 1995, the NATO air strikes were suspended to allow the implementation of an agreement with Bosnian Serbs for the withdrawal of heavy weapons from around Sarajevo.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Monday Sep 18, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Una

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Monday Sep 18, 1995

    Operation Una, began on 18 September 1995, when HV crossed the Una river and entered Bosnia.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Sunday Oct 8, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Operation Southern Move

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Sunday Oct 8, 1995

    The ARBiH requested Croatian assistance and on 8 October the HV-HVO launched Operation Southern Move under the overall command of HV Major General Ante Gotovina. The VRS lost the town of Mrkonjić Grad, while HVO units came within 25 kilometres (16 miles) south of Banja Luka.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Oct 12, 1995

    Bosnian War

    Ceasefire came into effect

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Oct 12, 1995

    A 60-day ceasefire came into effect on 12 October.


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