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City: Bratunac

26 March 2014

Hague Tribunal Rejects New Karadzic Prosecution Witnesses

The Hague Tribunal rejected a prosecution request to reopen its case and call 14 more witnesses to deny claims made by former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic.
17 March 2014

Bosnian Serb Police Chief ‘Wasn’t Near Bratunac Massacre’

Two prosecution witnesses told the trial of ex-police chief Goran Saric for genocide in Srebrenica that they didn’t see him in July 1995 in the Bratunac area where many Bosniak prisoners were killed.
4 March 2014

Mladjenovic Jailed for Burning Houses in Bratunac

Ex-fighter Najdan Mladjenovic was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison for his role in torching the homes of Bosniak civilians in the eastern municipality of Bratunac in May 1992.
14 February 2014

Karadzic to Appear as Witness on March 4

Former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic is due to begin testifying in his defence on March 4, as decided by the Trial Chamber of the Hague Tribunal.
14 February 2014

Bosnia Rejects Srebrenica Massacre Prosecutions in Serbia

Sarajevo prosecutors decided not to ask Belgrade to launch two cases against former Bosnian Serb policemen accused of involvement in the Srebrenica massacres.
11 February 2014

Defence Demands Acquittal Over Bratunac Attacks

Lawyers for ex-fighters Najdan Mladjenovic and Savo Zivkovic said the prosecution had not proved that they were guilty of attacking villages, killing civilians and torching houses in Bratunac in 1992.
11 February 2014

Srebrenica Genocide Defendant’s Driver ‘Saw No Crime’

The driver for ex-police commander Goran Saric, accused of the Srebrenica genocide, said that he was with his boss on the day of the massacre but never saw him commit any crime.
4 February 2014

Prosecution Requests Sentences against Mladjenovic and Zivkovic

Presenting its closing statement, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina requests the Court to pronounce Najdan Mladjenovic and Savo Zivkovic guilty of crimes committed in the Bratunac area in 1992 and sentence them in accordance with the law.

4 February 2014

Involvement of Police in Srebrenica Operation

“An order from the Minister of Internal Affairs came, saying that the Company should be deployed to Bratunac and put under Borovcanin’s command,” said witness Luka Bogdanovic, who was Chief of the Police Section with the Public Safety Center in Zvornik at that time.

3 February 2014

Merdzic Participated in Village Guard

Testifying at the trial before the District Court in Bijeljina, Defence witness Mustafa Mujkanovic says that indictee Nezir Merdzic was a member of a village guard in Hrnjcici village, Bratunac municipality, in 1992, but he does not know whether he participated in military operations.
14 January 2014

Overtaken by Revised Indictment

After the State Prosecution revises an indictment against Najdan Mladjenovic and Savo Zivkovic, who are charged with crimes in Bratunac, the Defence of the indictees say that they are overtaken by the new charges.
30 December 2013

Indictment for Srebrenica Crimes Raised

The Bosnian Prosecution has raised an indictment against Dobrica Vidovic and Miroslav Misic, charging them with crimes against humanity in Srebrenica.

24 December 2013

Mobilisation in Bratunac

As the trial for crimes in Bratunac continues, an additional State Prosecution witness says that the ranks of the Reconnaissance Squad were filled in April and May 1992, but he does not know whether indictee Najdan Mladjenovic was a member of that Squad.

23 December 2013

Witness Will Be Apprehended

The trial of Nezir Merdzic, who is charged with crimes in Bratunac in 1992, before the District Court in Bijeljina has been postponed due to absence of Prosecution witness Samir Avdic.

18 December 2013

Bosnian Serb Military Policeman Acquitted of School Jail Crimes

Bosnian Serb military police commander Savo Babic has been cleared of all charges of crimes against humanity against civilians imprisoned in a school in Bratunac in 1992.