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2 June 2014

Ratko Mladic ‘Wasn’t in Hiding’ After the War

Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic lived normally at his apartment in Belgrade from 1997 until 2001, his former security officer told his war crimes trial in The Hague.

15 July 2013

Bosnia and Serbia Start Joint War Crimes Probes

Bosnian and Serbian prosecutors met in Belgrade and agreed to work together to push forward 30 investigations into war crimes suspects believed to be hiding in Serbia.
26 July 2011

Hadzic Arrest Closes Serbia’s ‘Hague’ Chapter

The arrest and handover of Goran Hadzic marks a milestone in Serbia’s difficult relationship with the international war crimes tribunal.
11 October 2010

Belgrade Court Overturns Jurisic Verdict

The Appellate Court in Belgrade has overturned the first-instance verdict against former Bosnian security officer Ilija Jurisic and ordered a retrial in a controversial case that has strained relations between Sarajevo and Belgrade.
6 July 2010

Karadzic: No ethnic Cleansing by RS Government

Momcilo Mandic told the trial of Radovan Karadzic that some individuals performed ethnic cleansing of the non-Serbian population in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war, but that they did not do it on behalf of the Republika Srpska, RS, government.
6 July 2010

Ganic Extradition Hearing Begins in London

An extradition hearing for Ejup Ganic, a member of Bosnia's wartime presidency, got underway today before a British court. Ganic is wanted by Serbia, where he is considered a suspect in a war crimes case.
29 September 2009

Tuzla Citizens Protest Belgrade Verdict

Several hundred Tuzla citizens have come out onto the streets to protest the verdict handed down by the War Crimes Court in Belgrade in the case of Ilija Jurisic, a native of Tuzla.
22 July 2009

Let Karadzic's Trial be Fair – But also Quick

The sooner the former Bosnian Serb leader I know so well is sentenced, the sooner the war he began will finally be over.
21 July 2009

Powerful Team Backs Up Karadzic's 'Invisible Ally'

When he first appeared before the ICTY, Radovan Karadzic claimed an invisible high power would be there to help him. Today, however, he has a team of almost 40 all too visible associates helping him prepare for his trial.

By: Nidzara Ahmetasevic
12 May 2009

There Must Not be Another ‘Lost Generation’

Andrej Nosov tells Aida Alic about the Days of Sarajevo festival in Belgrade, Serbia’s attitude towards its past and the crucial role artists can play in reconciliation.
28 July 2008

The Hague Prepares for Karadzic's Extradition

An attending judge will examine Radovan Karadzic, who is expected to be transferred from Belgrade to The Hague in the middle of this week.