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City: Bosanski Novi

9 June 2016

Bosnian Serb Soldiers Jailed for Attacking Bosniak Villages

Stojan and Zoran Kenjalo and Dragan Balaban were jailed for a total of 19 years after admitting they were guilty of the murders, torture and forcible resettlement of Bosniak civilians in Bosanski Novi.
6 June 2016

Fighters Admit Murder, Torture in Bosanski Novi

Former fighters Stojan and Zoran Kenjalo and Dragan Balaban agreed a plea bargain and admitted they were guilty of crimes against humanity in the Bosanski Novi area.

20 May 2016

Bosnia Indicts Ex-Mujahideen Fighter for Kidnapping Croats

Mirsad Hodzic, also known as Abu Dzafer, a former member of the Bosnian Army’s El Mujahid detachment, is accused of abducting and torturing three Croat civilians in Travnik in 1993.

31 December 2015

Indictment For Bosanski Novi Wartime Killings Raised

The state prosecution has raised an indictment against Milenko Karlic for war crimes in Bosanski Novi.
10 December 2015

Bosnia Arrests Five for Bosanski Novi War Crimes

Five men have been arrested on suspicion of having committed war crimes against Bosniaks, including torture, abuse, detention and theft, in the Bosanski Novi area in 1992.
13 July 2015

Mladic Witness Claims Bosnian Serbs Fought “Defensive War”

The Ratko Mladic trial continues with testimony from defense witness Bosko Kelecevic, who denied that the Bosnian Serb Army persecuted non-Serbs in the Krajina region in 1992.
9 July 2013

Civilians Transfered For Security Reasons

With the testimony by the war president of the municipality of Bosanski Novi, Radomir Pasic, former president of Republika Srpska, Radovan Karadzic, contested charges of the expulsion of Muslims and Croats from this territory.
2 February 2012

Selimovic et al: Ruznic not Responsible for Imprisonment

As he continues presenting his findings and opinion at a request by the Defence of indictees Adil Ruznic and Emir Mustafic, a military expert witness says that Ruznic conducted informative conversations with prisoners of war, but he was not competent to decide which of the prisoners would be exchanged.
13 November 2011

Karadzic: Territories without non-Serbs

Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, Charles Kirudja, former United Nations official, says that, in the summer of 1992 Bosnian Serb authorities forcibly moved several thousands of Bosniaks from Bosanski novi, adding that those people were then transferred to Austria via Croatia.
26 January 2011

Selimovic et al: Processing Detainees

At the trial of three former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina who are charged with crimes committed in Bosnian Krajina, the State Prosecution presents about forty pieces of material evidence, most of which pertain to the treatment of prisoners of war.
28 October 2009

Selimovic et al: Prompts Followed by Slaps

A Prosecution witness says that during his examination in a detention camp in Bihac indictee Adil Ruznic prompted a policeman, "who was standing behind" him and who then slapped the witness in the face several times. 
19 August 2009

Selimovic et al: Trial of Krajina Crimes Begins

The trial for crimes committed in Bosanska Krajina begins with the presentation of introductory arguments by the Prosecution and Defence.
21 July 2008

ICTY: Endlessly unhappy

Stojan Zupljanin appears before the Hague Tribunal for the second time and denies the 12 counts, contained in the indictment, charging him with crimes in Bosanska Krajina.
13 June 2008

ICTY: Zupljanin to arrive in The Hague next week

Due to legal regulations, Zupljanin might not be extradited to the Hague Tribunal until early next week, even though he was arrested outside the Serbian capital on June 11.
11 June 2008

ICTY: Delight and Doubt Over Zupljanin Capture

The arrest in Serbia of Stojan Zupljanin has been hailed as major step, though many doubt his arrest will lead to the handover of the remaining fugitives – Karadzic, Mladic and Hadzic.