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17 February 2014

Former Member of “Biseri” Speaks about Conspiracies

As the trial of Radovan Karadzic at The Hague continues, a former member of Bosnian police says that the top State leadership led by Alija Izetbegovic caused civilian victims in Sarajevo, including Markale market, and Srebrenica in a planned manner in order to accuse the Serb side and extort NATO’s military intervention in favour of Muslims.
10 December 2013

Shelling of Population in Srebrenica

As he continues testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, a former Bosniak soldier says that the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina fired a grenade on their own children who were playing football in Srebrenica in 1995.
7 November 2013

Krajisnik on Proposals by Izetbegovic and Silajdzic

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former President of the Republika Srpska Assembly Momcilo Krajisnik says that the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was caused by “a Muslim-Croatian coalition” performing an anti-constitutional secession from Yugoslavia, despite objections by the Serbian people.

24 April 2013

UN Peace Envoy Testifies for Karadzic Defence

Former UN peace envoy Jasushi Akashi testified at Radovan Karadzic’s Hague trial that it was impossible to prove that Bosnian Serb forces were responsible for a market massacre in Sarajevo.
15 March 2013

Everyone Brought in Prisoners As They Pleased

At the trial for the crimes in Viktor Bubanj, the former army barracks in Sarajevo, the witness for the prosecution said that the accused Ramiz Avdovic had to admit Serbs into the facility “whom everyone brought in as they pleased”.

20 February 2013

Karadzic: A Possibility to Prevent Victims

Former peace mediator in Bosnia and Herzegovina Jose Cutileiro confirms at Radovan Karadzic’s trial that, in 1992 Alija Izetbegovic initially accepted and then refused a plan on the reorganisation of Bosnia and Herzegovina into three entities, which would have prevented the war and victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
14 February 2013

Karadzic: Division of Police as Trigger for War

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Vitomir Zepinic says that, on the eve of the war the indictee advocated for separation of Serbs from Bosniaks and Croats, but he referred to “political and cultural”, not “physical” separation.
8 February 2013

Mladic: Protesting to Sarajevo Government

Former UNPROFOR official Anthony Banbury says at the trial of Ratko Mladic that it was proved, “in a small number of cases”, that the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina killed members of the peace corps in Sarajevo in 1994 and 1995.
17 January 2013

Mladic: Each Sniper under Control

Former UNPROFOR Commander in Bosnia and Herzegovina Michael Rose says that indictee Ratko Mladic had “an absolute control and command” over the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, which opened “disproportionate” artillery fire on Sarajevo in 1994 and 1995, causing civilian victims.
9 November 2012

Karadzic: Attacks on Their Own People

Former UN military observer Richard Gray says at the trial of Radovan Karadzic at The Hague that the authorities in Sarajevo and their forces “killed their own people for the sake of the media” in 1992 in order to provoke an international military intervention against Serbs.
12 October 2012

Mladic: Out of Control

As the trial of Ratko Mladic, who is charged with genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, continues, Hague Prosecution witness John Wilson says that, following the fierce shelling of Sarajevo from surrounding Serb positions in late May 1992, senior officers of the then Yugoslav National Army, JNA dissociated itself from that attack, saying that “Mladic was out of control”.
10 October 2012

Mladic: Predominant Serb and American Forces

During the trial of Ratko Mladic, who is charged with genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Defence compares the shelling of Sarajevo from Republika Srpska Army, VRS positions with the U.S.-led “Operation Deliberate Force”, designed to quickly weaken the enemy.
3 May 2012

Parallel Probes Fail to Solve Dobrovoljacka Street Mystery

Two decades on from the attack that killed seven JNA soldiers, efforts to solve the case are in disarray, while Bosnian Serbs claim to be collecting fresh evidence.
19 July 2011

Memic et al: Trusina was not mentioned

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Trusina village, Konjic municipality, Prosecution witnesses, who were involved in identifying perpetrators of crimes committed in the Konjic area in 1994, say that they did not have any official information about the murders in that village.
27 May 2010

Witness: Peace Deals Signed with "Monotone Regularity"

The former head of the European Community's monitoring mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina said in cross-examination that peace agreements signed at the beginning of the war in Bosnia were largely meaningless.