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People: Prlic Jadranko
26 February 2014

Karadzic Demands a Year to Prepare Closing Statement

Former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic asked the Hague Tribunal to order a one-year break in his war crimes trial beause of the complexity of the allegations against him.
29 May 2013

Historical or Shameful Verdict

While some consider the first instance verdict against six former Herceg-Bosna leaders shameful and unfair, others say it is a historical decision, which proves that crimes were committed in the Herzegovina and Central Bosnia area.

29 May 2013

Hague Jails Bosnian Croat Leaders For 111 Years

The Hague Tribunal has convicted six Bosnian Croat leaders of war crimes in the short-lived unrecognised statelet of Herzeg-Bosna, giving them sentences totalling 111 years.

15 April 2013

Verdict against Six Herceg-Bosna Leaders on May 29

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, is due to pronounce a verdict against Jadranko Prlic, Bruno Stojnic, Slobodan Praljak, Milivoje Petkovic, Valentin Coric and Berislav Pusic, who are charged with crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on May 29.

23 May 2011

Local Justice: Families of Victims from Vranica Await Start of Retrial

Families of members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, who were last seen alive in the “Vranica” building in Mostar are disappointed that no one has been successfully tried for the murder of their loved ones 18 years after they went missing.
22 February 2008

ICTY: Temporary release postponed

Five former Herceg-Bosna leaders will remain in custody until the Appellate Chamber has reached its decision
14 December 2006

Andrun sentenced to 13 years

The Bosnian court has ruled that Nikola Andrun, the former deputy warden of the Gabela detention camp, be jailed for 13 years for crimes against civilians.