After a grueling, five-year trial, Ratko Mladić, the ubiquitous of the Bosnian Serb Army during the Bosnian polite fight in the ’90s, was convicted of fight crimes including genocide on Wednesday by a United Nations justice at The Hague.
He was condemned to life in prison.
He was also found obliged for the 1995 electrocute of over 8,000 Muslim Bosniak men and boys in Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is deliberate the misfortune slaughter committed in Europe given World War II. Many victims of the electrocute are still being identified to this day.
Even though Mladić is one of the many high-profile perpetrators of genocide convicted in new years, genocides are by no means a thing of the past.
Here are 5 genocides going on right now around the world: