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21 January 2015

Maureen Cormack

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, requests an extension of prohibiting measures for five indictees, who are charged with crimes in the Mostar area. The Defence teams do not object to this proposal.
28 November 2014

Cases for Mostar Crimes Joined

The State Court postpones a hearing at which the Court was due to consider a proposal for extending prohibiting measures against Ibrahim Demirovic in order to joinder two cases in which he is charged for crimes in Mostar.
3 November 2014

Enable Uninterrupted Testimony

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, requests an extension of prohibiting measures against four indictees, who are charged with crimes in the Mostar area, and ordering of prohibiting measures against indictee Mehmed Kaminic.

30 October 2014

Indictment for Mostar Crimes Confirmed

The State Court confirms an indictment against Enes Curic, Ibrahim Demirovic, Samir Kreso, Habib Copelj and Mehmed Kaminic, charging them with crimes against civilians in Potoci village, near Mostar. 

17 September 2014

Bosniak Soldiers Indicted for Mostar Prisoner Abuses

The Bosnian state prosecution raised an indictment against five former Bosnian Army soldiers for abusing over 100 Croat civilians who were unlawfully detained in the Mostar municipality in 1993.
21 August 2014

Four Suspects Released to Liberty

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, releases Enes Curic, Ibrahim Demirovic, Samir Kreso and Habib Copelj, who are suspected of crimes committed in the Mostar area in 1993, to liberty.
20 August 2014

Custody for Four Suspects Requested

The State Prosecution requests custody for Enes Curic, Ibrahim Demirovic, Samir Kreso and Habib Copelj, who are suspected of crimes in the Mostar area in 1993.
19 August 2014

Bosnia Arrests Five Mostar War Crimes Suspects

The Bosnian State Investigation and Protection Agency has arrested five Bosniak ex-soldiers suspected of illegally imprisoning and abusing Bosnian Croat civilians in the Mostar area during wartime.