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24 May 2013

Recordings of Prisoners

The trial of Ratko Mladic continues with testimony by Prosecution investigator Tomasz Blaszczyk about a film footage made by Belgrade journalist Zoran Petrovic Pirocanac in the Srebrenica surroundings following the occupation of the enclave by the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, in July 1995.

23 May 2013

A Pile of Killed People in Kravica

An “insider”, who personally saw the murder of Muslims from Srebrenica and the burial of hundreds of bodies in the Bratunac surroundings in July 1995, testifies against Ratko Mladic, former Commander of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, at The Hague.
22 May 2013

Unrest and Murders in Kravica

Testifying before the Hague Tribunal, former Mayor of Skelani municipality Dane Katanic says that, during their meetings in mid-July 1995 Radovan Karadzic did not mention the murders of Bosniaks from Srebrenica to him.
20 May 2013

Correct and Wrong Conclusions

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina calls on the Court to quash its verdict under which Nedjo Ikonic and Goran Markovic were acquitted of charges for genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995, while the Defence of Dusko Jevic and Mendeljev Djuric call for revocation of the part of the verdict that sentenced them for that crime.
26 April 2013

Number of Victims in Srebrenica “Higher than 6,000”

As the trial of Ratko Mladic continues, former Hague Prosecution’s Chief Investigator for Srebrenica Jean-Rene Ruez denies that soldiers, who had were killed earlier, were buried in mass graves along with Srebrenica victims.
16 April 2013

Everybody Was Afraid of Paramilitaries

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former President of the Bratunac Municipal Assembly Ljubislav Simic says that crimes against Bosniaks in that municipality in 1992 were committed by paramilitary formations, which the local authorities could not control, adding that the Bosniak population voluntarily left Srebrenica in July 1995.

27 March 2013

Bosniaks Voluntarily Departed Bratunac

As the trial of Radovan Karadzic continues, defence witness Rodoljub Djukanovic implied that in April 1992 Bosniaks volunteered to leave Bratunac.
14 March 2013

A Pile of Corpses in Kravica

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, a witness says that he saw “between 200 and 300” corpses of Bosniaks from Srebrenica, who had been killed by Serb forces, in front of a warehouse in Kravica village, near Bratunac, in July 1995.

24 October 2012

Kuvelja: New Chance for a Hague Witness

The trial of Bozidar Kuvelja, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, has been postponed again, because the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has not been able to secure the presence of protected witness PW-100.
19 September 2012

Kuvelja: Revealing Identity or Transcript

At the trial of Bozidar Kuvelja, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, the Trial Chamber conditions the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina to enable the Defence to examine protected witness PW-100 or else a transcript of his testimony before the Hague Tribunal will not be admitted as evidence.
30 August 2012

Neskovic and Ilic: Defence Asks for Acquittal

In its closing statement, Dragan Neskovic’s defence argued that the prosecution did not prove that he is guilty of crimes committed against Bosniaks in Srebrenica in July 1995.
20 July 2012

Neskovic and Ilic: Presentation of Evidence Completed

The presentation of evidence at the trial of Dragan Neskovic and Zoran Ilic, who are charged with crimes against humanity in Srebrenica in 1995, has been completed with the examination of the last Defence witness and presentation of evidence by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
11 July 2012

Srebrenica - Center from Jahorina: Bullets and Dust Left All in Darkness

Survivor of warehouse slaughter at Kravica recalled the role in the Srebrenica massacre played by the Training Centre from Jahorina.
6 July 2012

Kuvelja: New Transcripts Submitted

At the trial of Bozidar Kuvelja, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, the Prosecution submits new transcripts of witnesses' statements. The Trial Chamber says that it will decide on whether to accept them or not once it has read them.
6 July 2012

Bosnian Serb Army Chiefs Deemed Responsible For Massacre

Hague verdicts hold High Command under Ratko Mladic most responsible for the carnage in Srebrenica, along with active participation of Bosian Serb army’s Drina Corps.