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7 June 2016
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Episode 78: Mostar – too small a city to be divided into two

Mostar citizens, who used to be proud of the multi-cultural nature of their city, have lived separately for more than twenty years – Bosniaks in the Eastern and Croats in the Western part of the city. However, many Mostar citizens reject the division that was made in the 1990ies. We bring you a story about it from the city on river Neretva.

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7 June 2016

Episode 78: Mostar – too small a city to be divided into two

Mostar citizens, who used to be proud of the multi-cultural nature of their city, have lived separately for more than twenty years – Bosniaks in the Eastern and Croats in the Western part of the city. However, many Mostar citizens reject the division that was made in the 1990ies. We bring you a story about it from the city on river Neretva.

2 May 2016

Episode 77: Outrage Over War Led Bosnia to Syria

This month’s episode features personal stories told by people who left this region in order to fight on foreign battlefields. Also, we shall present you with up-to-date statistics on departures from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

5 April 2016

Episode 76: Judgment of Radovan Karadzic

Radovan Karadzic, wartime president of Republika Srpska, waited for the pronouncement of the Hague Tribunal’s most anticipated verdict in the detention unit in Scheveningen, where he has been held for more than seven years.

2 March 2016

Episode 75: Women in uniforms of the former conflicting parties

Taking a rifle, putting a uniform on and going to the frontline is certainly a life-changing decision, particularly if the decision is made by a woman. Although there were not so many of them, their contribution was significant. They are maybe forgotten today, but they are still brave and big fighters. In this month, which is of particular importance for ladies, you can watch footage about three women wearing three different uniforms of the former conflicting parties.


2 February 2016

Episode 74: Saving lives in Sarajevo war hospitals

While now, in the times of peace, Sarajevo citizens are concerned that the city will be left with one hospital only, TV Justice brings Dzana Brkanic's footage on three Sarajevo hospitals where about 50,000 lives were saved under impossible conditions.


6 January 2016

Episode 73: Crime in Vozuca without punishment

The January issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the Court of BiH War Crimes Chamber in December.

2 December 2015

Episode 72: Twenty years after Dayton agreement

Twenty years ago the Dayton peace accords were agreed. Participants of the negotiations recall the fighting and pressures. In a special edition of TV Justice we also talk about life in Dayton reality, twenty years after the agreement.

4 November 2015

Episode 71: Gorazde - more than 1300 days under the siege

The November issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the Court of BiH War Crimes Chamber in October.