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11 February 2014

Guards Did not Mistreat Prisoners in Foca

As the trial of Radovan Karadzic continues, Mitar Rasevic, former Chief of Security of the Penal and Correctional Facility, KPD, in Foca, says that not even one prisoner was killed in that prison during the war and that guards did not beat or abuse prisoners.

6 February 2014

Paramilitaries Committed Crimes in Prijedor

Protected Defence witness KW-426 says, testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, that crimes against Bosniaks and Croats in detention camps in Prijedor in 1992 were committed by “paramilitary formations, which police were not able to prevent or confront”.
5 February 2014

Stanisic Blames the Army for Koricanske Stijene

Wartime Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska Mico Stanisic says, testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, that no “active” members of police forces were among the perpetrators of a massacre at Koricanske Stijene in the summer of 1992.
5 February 2014

Sarajevo Marks 20th Anniversary of Market Massacre

Hundreds of people gathered at the Markale market in the Bosnian capital to commemorate the 67 civilians who were killed there in the attack in 1994.
4 February 2014

Army Responsible for Detention Camps

As he continues testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, Mico Stanisic says that detention camps for Bosniaks and Croats were not under the responsibility of police, but the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, and municipal crisis committees, in the summer of 1992.
3 February 2014

Stanisic Blames Paramilitaries for Crimes

Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, Mico Stanisic, former Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska, says that crimes against Bosniaks in Eastern Bosnia in 1992 were committed by “paramilitary and parapolice forces” from Serbia, most of whom were invited by Biljana Plavsic.
30 January 2014

Key Incident in Hambarine

Radovan Karadzic, former leader of Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina, continues proving that “Muslim extremists” caused war conflicts in Prijedor municipality in the spring of 1992 by examining witness Ratko Milojica.

30 January 2014

Bosnia’s Biggest Mass Grave Raises Justice Hopes

Forensic evidence from a mass grave at the Tomasica mine near Prijedor, where the remains of hundreds of people have been found, could be used to help punish war criminals.
29 January 2014

Extremists Responsible for Conflicts in Kljuc

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic before The Hague Tribunal, a witness says that “Muslim extremists” were to blame for the conflict in Kljuc in 1992.
28 January 2014

No Winners in Mladic-Karadzic Courtroom Face-Off

Radovan Karadzic gained nothing when Ratko Mladic refused to answer questions at his trial, while anyone seeking the truth about either man’s wartime role was left none the wiser.
28 January 2014

Mladic Snubs Karadzic in Hague Courtroom

Former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic refused to answer questions about the war at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, condemning the Hague Tribunal as the “devil’s court”.
27 January 2014

‘Criminals’ Committed Massacre at Koricanske Stijene

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former investigative judge from Banja Luka - Jefto Jankovic suggests that the massacre committed at Koricanske Stijene on Mount Vlasic in 1992 was ordered by foreign intelligence services “in order to present Serbs as animals”.
27 January 2014

Former Rivals together in Courtroom

Ratko Mladic, former Commander of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, is due to appear as a witness at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, wartime President of Republika Srpska, tomorrow, January 28.

23 January 2014

‘Muslim Paramilitary Forces’ Guilty of Conflicts in Sanski Most

Branko Davidovic, former Assistant Commander with the Sixth Krajina Brigade of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, says, testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, that “Muslim paramilitary forces” caused the conflicts in Sanski Most municipality in 1992.
22 January 2014

Karadzic Has Six Questions for Mladic

The Trial Chamber of The Hague Tribunal refuses to allow Ratko Mladic to appeal a decision ordering him to testify in Radovan Karadzic’s defence, so he is due to appear in court on Tuesday, January 28.