The remains of about 4,300 victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre have been exhumed, but only 118 bodies have been identified so far, Red Cross officials said.
More than 7,500 Muslim men and youths were reported missing in the massacre by Bosnian Serb forces.
The International Committee of the Red Cross presented a second book of photographs of clothes and personal belongings found with the remains. It contained 2,702 photos related to 473 new cases of unidentified bodies exhumed from four mass graves. The first book was published last year.