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Safet Imer, center, in black with some of the pickers he employs and his daughter, Selma, center front, at the raspberry patch his family planted on the land inherited from his father who died twenty years during the genocide in Srebrenica, when more than 8000 Muslim men were massacred by Serbian units as part of a campaign of ethnic cleansing perpetuated during the Bosnian War.