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16 September 2015

Bosnian Serbs Withdraw Benefits Law for Wartime Officials

A draft law that would have provided benefits to wartime Bosnian Serb politicians including several convicted war criminals and Hague Tribunal defendant Radovan Karadzic has been withdrawn.

11 September 2015

War Criminals May Receive Benefits from Republika Srpska Government

If a new law on the rights of Republika Srprska representatives who served from 1991-1996 is adopted, three war crime convicts and a war crime suspect will receive payments from the budget of Republika Srpska.

26 November 2013

Crisis Committee without Instructions from the Top

By presenting statements by three Defence witnesses, former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic tried to deny the existence of a plan for the forced persecution of Muslims and Croats from Bosanska Krajina, which is charged upon him.

18 November 2013

Voluntary and Reciprocal Exchange

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic at the Hague, Radoslav Brdjanin, one of wartime leaders of Serbs in Bosanska Krajina, denies the accusation on existence of a strategic plan for forced resettlement of Muslims and Croats from Banja Luka and the surrounding municipalities in 1992.

14 November 2013

Republika Srpska Top Political Leaders “Did Not Advocate for Persecution”

Former member of Serbian Democratic Party, SDS, leadership Vojislav Kupresanin says, testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, that the party’s top leaders and Republika Srpska Parliament “never advocated for eviction and deportation” of Bosniaks and Croats.
9 November 2012

Mladic: Killing Prominent Prijedor Residents

Testifying at the trial of Ratko Mladic, witness Nusret Sivac speaks about his detention in Omarska detention camp and the ethnic cleansing of the non-Serb population from Prijedor in 1992.
2 November 2012

Prosic: State Prosecution Completes Presentation of Evidence

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina completes the presentation of evidence against Predrag Prosic, who is charged with crimes in Sanski Most, by presenting its material evidence.
2 December 2011

Karadzic: Request for Re-examination of 12 Witnesses

Indictee Radovan Karadzic submitted a proposal to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to recall 12 witnesses of the Prosecution for cross-examination.
23 July 2009

Karadzic: Trial Start Date Not Yet Fixed, But New Requests Filed

The Hague Tribunal begins the summer break without having set a date for the start Radovan Karadzic trial. 
10 April 2008

Bosniak Sue Republika Srpska Over Destroyed Heritage

Years after several hundred mosques were blown up, the Islamic Community is suing the Republika Srpska for damages in a landmark case.
26 April 2007

Veil of Silence Covers Croat Murders in Banja Luka

Bishop says time has come to solve spate of unsolved wartime murders of Croat civilians.
14 March 2007

Date Set for Palija Trial

The Court of BiH has announced the beginning of another trial before the War Crimes Chamber.
3 November 2006

Sanski Most suspect released

The Bosnian court has reversed its decision to keep Jadranko Palija in detention during investigation, and has ordered his release.