January 2020. Visegrad, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnian Muslim graveyard in Visegrad where the word « genocide » has been ostensibely removed from the memorial by Serb local authorities. The town which was 50% Muslim before the war saw some of the worst exactions of the war against civilian populations as Serb militias slaughetered thousands of unarmed Bosniak men, women and children in 1992. The town, which is now part of the Bosnian Serb Republic and mostly populated by Serbs, has seen its authorities struggle against the federal authorities in order to erase mention of genocide on the city’s memorials.