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1 April 2015

Witness Asks Not to Testify at Condric Trial

A state prosecution witness at the Mato Condric trial has asked the court to allow him not to testify. He said he has had severe mental health problems since his wartime detention, and as a result didn’t feel capable of testifying. Mato Condric has been charged with war crimes in the Bosanksi Brod area in 1992.
26 February 2015

Milovanovic Pleads not Guilty to Wartime Rape

Radosav Milovanovic has plead not guilty before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for a rape he allegedly committed in the Srebrenica area in May 1992.
19 February 2015

Prosecutor Confuses Court on Alleged Intimidation of Witness

The court of Bosnia and Herzegovina was not able to come to a decision on imposing custody measures for former Bosnian Serb fighters Ilija Vukasinovic, Milos Vukasinovic, Pero Radovic, and Sasa Perkovic, because the state prosecution did not clearly phrase its request for custody measures.

15 January 2015

Indira Kameric's Trial Nears End

The Defence of Indira Kameric, who is charged with crimes in the Bosanski Brod area in 1992, completes the presentation of its material evidence.
23 October 2014

Indictees Plead not Guilty of Crimes in Konjic

Ramo Zilic and Esad Gakic appear before the Court of BiH and plead not guilty of crimes against civilians in the Konjic area during 1993 and 1994.

6 June 2014

Bosniak Soldier Jailed for Killing Croats in Trusina

Former Bosnian Army soldier Edin Dzeko was jailed for 12 years over the killings of six Croat fighters and a civilian couple in the village of Trusina near Konjic in 1993.
18 March 2014

Closing Statement at Dzeko’s Trial in Early April

After having accepted a revised indictment against Edin Dzeko, former member of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who is charged with crimes in Konjic and Jablanica, the Trial Chamber schedules the presentation of State Prosecution’s closing statement for April 8.
29 November 2013

Zoran Milic Sentenced to Nine Years

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina sentences Zoran Milic to nine years in prison for war crimes against the civilian population in Busovaca.

26 November 2013

Witness Says He is not Capable of Testifying

The trial of Edin Dzeko, who is charged with crimes in Jablanica and Trusina village, near Konjic, has been postponed, because protected witness U-4 says he is not capable of testifying.

19 September 2013

Trial for Busovaca Crimes Postponed

The trial for crimes in the Busovaca area has been postponed, because two State Prosecution witnesses failed to appear in court.
12 September 2013

Houses on Fire

Testifying at the trial of former members of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, who are charged with crimes in the Busovaca area, State Prosecution witnesses say that they heard about houses being set on fire, but they did not inquire about this.

10 January 2012

Macic: Guilt Admission Agreement

The State Prosecution and Defence of indictee Miralem Macic file a guilt admission agreement with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina concerning crimes in Bradina village, near Konjic, but the Court has returned the agreement for amendment, as one count was missing from it.
24 May 2010

Seven People Awaiting Verdicts at Liberty

Seven people awaiting the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to pronounce second instance verdicts in cases that have been brought against them are currently at liberty. They were sentenced, by first instance verdicts, to between five and 14 years in prison for war crimes.

3 July 2009

Savic: 18-Year Sentence

The first-instance Trial Chamber sentences Momir Savic, who failed to appear for the reading of the verdict, to 18 years in prison for crimes committed in 1992 in Visegrad.
25 May 2009

Kujundzic: Indictment Change Announced

Following the presentation of several pieces of additional evidence by the Defence, the State Prosecution announces that it will change the indictment against Predrag Kujundzic.