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Case: Kravica

10 January 2007

Kravica judge "will not allow obstruction"

The trial of 11 indictees charged with genocide committed in Kravica has not continued as planned because the accused did not appear in court.
20 December 2006

Kravica: ICTY trio to appear as witnesses

The Court of BiH has ruled that Hague convicts Dragan Obrenovic, Momir Nikolic and current indictee Ljubomir Borovcanin can appear as witnesses against 11 men charged with genocide in Kravica.
13 December 2006

Kravica: ICTY accounts heard

Court hears evidence from the Hague Tribunal relating to Srebrenica convicts Dragan Obrenovic and Momir Nikolic.

17 November 2006

Kravica: New Discussion of Material Evidence

Court of  BiH accepts some findings from Hague trial of Radislav Krstic, with more decisions on evidence scheduled for a later date.
16 November 2006

Kravica: Prosecution Seeks Admission of Hague Expert Testimony

Court to consider if reports by Richard Batler and Dean Manning qualify as evidence in BiH
16 November 2006

Kravica: Prosecution asks to include ICTY verdicts

Judgements handed down by the Hague tribunal may be adopted as evidence in genocide trial.
30 October 2006

Kravica: Physical evidence continues

After three days, the prosecution has still not finished presenting its evidence.
27 October 2006

Kravica: Defence criticises prosecution evidence

The defence teams representing 11 accused of genocide have expressed dissatisfaction during presentation of the prosecution's evidence.
13 October 2006

Kravica was "hell"

The last prosecution witness in the case against 11 indictees charged with genocide described how he saved himself from death on July 13 at the storage shed in Kravica.
23 September 2006

Kravica “Conscious simulation” syndrome

Professor Abdulah Kucukalic told the trial chamber on Friday that Petar Mitrovic, one of the 11 indictees charged with genocide in Kravica, is a reasonable person.
15 September 2006

Kravica: Another witness recognises Stupar

In the continuation of the trial of 11 indictees charged with genocide in Srebrenica, another prosecution witness said that he saw Milos Stupar in Sandici on July 13, 1995.
8 September 2006

Kravica: “Muslims were killed for revenge”

Two witnesses recognised the indictees in the courtroom - but did not connect them to the murders in Kravica.
7 September 2006

Kravica: One hour of shooting

Gunfire was heard coming from the storage sheds in Kravica – but witness claims that he was not told who carried out the shooting.
26 July 2006

Kravica: Defence asks for exclusion of prosecutor

Defence lawyer asks for the prosecutor to be removed after a witness claims that he was"influenced".
21 July 2006

Kravica: Witness identified indictees

Another member of the Second Detachment of Special PoliceSekovici testified against his former fellow soldiers who are accused ofgenocide.