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City: Nevesinje

13 March 2015

Vukovic Sentenced to Year and a Half in Prison

The District Court in Trebinje sentenced Milenko Vukovic to one and a half years in prison for war crimes in Nevesinje.
10 March 2015

Vukovic Testifies in Own Defense, Claims not to Know Victims

Testifying on his own behalf, defendant Milenko Vukovic told the District Court in Trebinje that he doesn’t know the victims in the case against him.
29 January 2015

Vukovic on Division Line in Brstenik Village

As the trial of Milenko Vukovic continues before the District Court in Trebinje, a Defence witness says that, on June 17, 1992 the indictee was on the division line in Brstenik village and not in Nevesinje.
11 December 2014

Witnesses Do not Remember Who Beat them in Nevesinje

As the trial of Milenko Vukovic continues before the District Court in Trebinje, Defence witnesses are not able to confirm that the indictee mistreated them in Nevesinje in mid June 1992.

19 June 2014

Trebinje Court Rejects Custody Order Motion

The Trebinje District Court rejects a custody order motion for Milenko Vukovic from Nevesinje, who was arrested on Wednesday due to a suspicion that he committed crimes against the civilian population.

18 June 2014

Bosnia Arrests Nevesinje Crime Suspect

Members of the Centre for Public Safety in Trebinje arrested one person over suspicion of having committed war crimes against the civil population.

5 December 2012

Besim Muderizovic Dead

Besim Muderizovic, who is charged with crimes committed in the Viktor Bubanj military barracks in Sarajevo, died on Sunday, December 2 – his Defence attorney Emir Kapidzic confirmed.
2 February 2012

Last Farewell to My Wife in Nevesinje

When the Serbs took away Musan Sarancic’s wife, Sabira, in 1992, he thought her gender might protect her from the worst. But he was wrong; he never saw her again.
10 August 2011

Court Experts: An Unnecessary Expense?

There are some who believe, particularly the victims of war crimes, that the expert analysis of indictees, which decides whether an indictee is fit to stand trial for war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is in fact an unnecessary drain on budgetary resources and obstructs the court proceedings.
20 April 2011

Local Justice: Search for Missing Persons in Herzegovina

Following a several-month break for winter weather, the Institute for Missing Persons of Bosnia and Herzegovina has begun searching for missing persons in the Herzegovina area and discovered one unidentified body at Krusevica locality, Mostar municipality.
30 December 2010

More than three hundred years of imprisonment

In its sixth year of operation, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina Chamber for War Crimes sentenced 15 persons to a total of 156 years in prison, and acquitted seven, while the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina claims that they are also investigating one thousand suspects over war crimes offences.
20 December 2010

Savic and Mucibabic: Separation of Cases

The State Court has separated the cases against Krsto Savic and Milko Mucibabic due to the second indictee's illness and the fact he cannot attend the trial.
25 October 2010

Local Justice: Search for the Missing Continues in Herzegovina

Although the bodies of more than 2,000 people killed during the war in Bosnia have already been exhumed from graves in the Herzegovina area, the Institute for Missing People says the search for 750 more people continues.

13 October 2010

Local Judiciary: Photo Exhibition on Suffering of Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina

An exhibition of documents on “Graves, Scaffolds and Detention Camps of Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Past Civil War”, organized by the Association of Families of Detainees, Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians of Republika Srpska, RS, has been opened in Nevesinje.
24 May 2010

Seven People Awaiting Verdicts at Liberty

Seven people awaiting the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to pronounce second instance verdicts in cases that have been brought against them are currently at liberty. They were sentenced, by first instance verdicts, to between five and 14 years in prison for war crimes.