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12 November 2013

Bosnian Serbs Acquitted of Kalinovik Detentions

The appeals court upheld the acquittal of four former Bosnian Serb policemen who were accused of arresting Bosniaks who were later killed in the town of Kalinovik in 1992.
26 June 2012

Klickovic et al: Retrial Begins July 3

The retrial of Gojko Klickovic and Mladen Drljaca for crimes in Bosanska Krupa is due to begin on July 3 this year.
12 July 2011

Lalovic and Skiljevic: Acquitted of Charges

The Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina acquits Radoje Lalovic and Soniboj Skiljevic of the charges that they committed crimes against humanity in the “Butmir” Penal and Correctional Facility, near Sarajevo.
4 December 2009

Vukovic and Tomic: Problems With Video Link

A hearing that was supposed to be held as part of the trial for genocide committed in Srebrenica in July 1995 was postponed due to technical problems with establishing the video link.
26 June 2009

Trial Chamber Composed Only of Local Judges

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina continues its strategy of integrating local personnel in the War Crimes Chamber. 
1 April 2009

Vukovic and Tomic: Witness and His Legal Representative

The examination of Petar Mitrovic and Miladin Stevanovic at the trial of two indictees charged with genocide in Srebrenica has been postponed.
5 February 2007

Ljubinac: "I had no power over others' lives"

Rogatica indictee takes the stand to deny the charges against him.
24 January 2007

Defence claims Ljubinac too drunk to commit crimes

Defence witnesses claim that indictee Radisav Ljubinac was known as an alcoholic in Rogatica and therefore was not capable of committing the crimes with which he is charged.
7 September 2006

Ljubinac was “marginal figure”

The prosecution claims that it can prove that Radisav "Pjano" Ljubinac consciously participated in attacks against civilians – but the defence argues that he is a tragic figure who played little part in the war.