Mladic trial: First witness gives account of Bosnia horror

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A survivor of a massacre in Bosnia has been giving harrowing evidence in the genocide trial of the former Bosnian Serb commander, Ratko Mladic.

Elvedin Pasic gave a dramatic account of an attack by Serb forces on the Bosnian village of Grabovica.

He says he fled his house through a small window while bullets flew outside.

About one hundred and fifty people were killed in the massacre there in 1992.

Anna Holligan reports.

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