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Srebrenica, Bosnia-- Workers at the recently reopened the pellet factory EKO-M in Zeleni Jadar. The pellets are used as heating fuel and replacement for wood and coal. Twenty years after 8372 Bosniaks were massacred by Serb forces (July 11-13, 1995) in the municipality of Srebrenica has come back to life. A new generation, raised in the shadow of the war, is breathing life into the village, which is now split between Bosniaks (Muslims) and Serbs (Christians). However, signs of the war are everywhere, from mortar damaged walls to abandoned houses and the cemetery in Potocari where every year the remains of more bodies are laid to rest.