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9 July 2012

Srebrenica – The Bratunac Brigade: Crying and Begging

According to the court’s verdicts, members of the Bratunac Brigade of the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS) participated in the attack on Srebrenica in July 1995, as well as in capturing and bringing the men to the sites of mass executions.
6 July 2012

Kuvelja: New Transcripts Submitted

At the trial of Bozidar Kuvelja, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, the Prosecution submits new transcripts of witnesses' statements. The Trial Chamber says that it will decide on whether to accept them or not once it has read them.
6 July 2012

Bosnian Serb Army Chiefs Deemed Responsible For Massacre

Hague verdicts hold High Command under Ratko Mladic most responsible for the carnage in Srebrenica, along with active participation of Bosian Serb army’s Drina Corps.
27 March 2012

Karadzic: Scared and Apathetic Civilians

Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic at The Hague, Prosecution witness Christine Schmitz says that , one day after the occupation of Srebrenica in July 1995 the Republika Srpska Army, VRS “deported” Bosniak women, children and the elderly from Potocari, after having separated able-bodied men from them.
16 February 2012

Karadzic: Crimes Caused by Hatred

During his trial before The Hague Tribunal, indictee Radovan Karadzic says that crimes committed against Bosniaks from Srebrenica by Serb forces in July 1995 were caused by “enormous hatred that was not only generated during that war and the Second World War, but also during all other possible wars”.
13 January 2012

Karadzic: Serbian Side Kept Quiet and Waited

While cross-examining Prosecution witness Joseph Kingori, indictee Radovan Karadzic says that “Muslim authorities in Srebrenica and Sarajevo” and the United Nations, UN officials and officers planned the evacuation of Bosniak civilians from Srebrenica in the summer of 1995.
28 March 2011

Jevic et al: One Hundred Pieces of Material Evidence

At the trial of four indictees charged with genocide committed in Srebrenica, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina introduces a number of witness statements describing the events in the area in July 1995, and dozens of pieces of material evidence.

13 January 2011

Ivanovic: Presentation of Defence Evidence Completed

The Defence of Zeljko Ivanovic, who is charged with genocide committed in Srebrenica, has completed the presentation of its evidence with the introduction of 19 pieces of material evidence.

23 September 2010

Jevic et al: "Drunk Beara" in Kravica

At the trial of four indictees charged with genocide committed in Srebrenica, a Prosecution witness testified that a group of about 150 Bosniak detainees were brought to the Kravica Agricultural Cooperative on July 13, 1995, when the first executions were committed.

3 December 2009

Ivanovic: "Goods" in Warehouse

Prosecution witness Ranko Simic recalls the events of July 13, 1995, when he transported dead bodies from the Agricultural Cooperative in Kravica to a grave in Glogova village.
15 October 2009

Srebrenica Survivors Await Next Genocide Verdict

Two verdicts of genocide have already been pronounced for the slaughter of around 8,,000 men in Srebrenica in 1995. If Milorad Trbic is convicted of the same high crime, it will be a third.
12 September 2008

Bozic et al: 'The Mane' from the Military police

A former member of the Dutch Battalion speaks about the ''chaos'' in Srebrenica after the fall of the town on 11 July 1995.
8 July 2008

Justice and the Admission of Guilt

Guilt admission agreements concluded with war-crimes indictees are a source of controversy formany people in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including legal experts who believe the practice often does not help determine the truth.
15 February 2008

Bozic et al: Heading The Convoy

A joint Defence witness claims to have headed the column of buses and trucks that transported Srebrenica residents from Bratunac to Zvornik, and adds that he "did not see" any of his colleagues.
6 February 2008

Kravica: Nikolic Refuses Prosecution Call

Hague tribunal convict Momir Nikolic has testified as a Court of BiH witness at the trial of 11 persons indicted for genocide in Srebrenica.