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City: Bosanska Krupa

24 February 2015

Verdict for Torture and Murder of Bosnian Army Nurse Expected on Thursday

The Cantonal court in Bihac will hand down a verdict against former Bosnian Serb female fighters Bora Kuburic and Radmila Banjac for crimes they allegedly committed in Bosanska Krupa on Thursday, February 26.
17 February 2015

Witnesses Describe Torture and Murder of Bosniak Army Nurse in Veliki Radic

A witness said he saw former Bosnian Serb fighters abuse and kill a captured member of the Army and Herzegovina. The witness, Veselko Djukic, testified at the trial of Boro Kuburic and Radmila Banjac, who have been indicted on charges related to the torture and murder of Karmen Kremencic, a military nurse.
3 February 2015

Details of Kremencic Murder Come to Light During Trial

Two witnesses for the Bihac Cantonal Prosecution said that they had heard that a woman was captured and killed in Radic in the municipality of Bosanska Krupa in 1992. However, the witnesses stated that they did not personally see the crime take place.
22 January 2015

Indictment for Krupa Crimes Confirmed

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, confirms an indictment against Jadranko Saran, Fahrudin Hadziosmanagic-Tadzic, Samir Sabic and Zijad Kadic, charging them with crimes in the Bosanska Krupa area.
15 January 2015

Indicted for War and Post-war Crimes in Krupa

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, files an indictment against four former members of police from Bosanska Krupa for having committed crimes against civilians and prisoners of war in that area in 1995 and 1996.
8 December 2014

Bosanska Krupa Crimes Suspects Released to Liberty

Jadranko Saran, Fahrudin Hadziosmanagic-Tadzic, Samir Sabic and Zijad Kadic, who are suspected of crimes in Bosanska Krupa, have been released to liberty under prohibiting measures, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, announces.

4 December 2014

Four people arrested

In the area of Bosanska Krupa four people were arrested on suspicion that they committed war crimes against the civilian population and war prisoners.
2 December 2014

Agreement not Signed by Kuburic and Banjac

Although they conducted negotiations with the Bihac Cantonal Prosecution, Bora Kuburic and Radmila Banjac, who are charged with crimes in the Bosanska Krupa area, have not signed a guilt admission agreement.
7 November 2014

Female Bosnian Serb Fighters Seek Plea Bargain

Former fighters Bora Kuburic and Radmila Banjac, accused of torturing and humiliating a wounded Bosniak nurse near Bosanska Krupa in 1992, are starting talks on a plea bargain.
8 April 2014

Indictment for Murder of 11 Bosniaks Confirmed

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, announces that, on January 7 it confirmed an indictment against Joja Plavanjac and Zdravko Narancic for crimes against the civilian population in Bosanska Krupa.
3 April 2014

Female Bosnian Serb Fighters Indicted for War Crimes

Former fighters Bora Kuburic and Radmila Banjac are accused of torturing and humiliating a wounded Bosniak nurse in the village of Rodic near Bosanska Krupa in 1992.
12 February 2014

“The Mountain Wreath” and War in Bosnia and Herzegovina

While cross-examining Defence witness Gojko Klickovic at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, The Hague Prosecution says that Klickovic ordered “the displacement” of Bosniaks from Bosanska Krupa municipality in 1992.
31 December 2013

Indictment for Bosanska Krupa Killings

The Bosnian Prosecution has raised an indictment against Joja Plavanjac and Zdravko Narancic, former members of the Bosnian Serb army for crimes against civilians in Bosanska Krupa.
7 May 2013

Bosnian Serb Ex-PM Acquitted of War Crimes

Post-war Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Gojko Klickovic was acquitted of ordering an attack on Bosanska Krupa and expelling Bosniak civilians during the conflict in 1992.
25 April 2013

Verdict against Gojko Klickovic and Mladen Drljaca on May 7

The pronouncement of a second instance verdict against Gojko Klickovic and Mladen Drljaca, who are charged with crimes in Bosanska Krupa, has been postponed until May 7.