(SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina) -- Bosnia on Friday is remembering the 20th anniversary of the start of a civil war that saw the worst atrocities in Europe since World War II.
Exhibitions, concerts and performances will be held in Sarajevo to commemorate the 44-month siege that began on April 6, 1992 and displaced millions.
Hundreds of rows of empty red chairs -- 11,541 in all -- have been laid out through the town's center to represent every person who was killed in the war. A section of tiny chairs was also installed to honor the hundreds of children who died.
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