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16 September 2013

Interpretation of Mladic’s Words

As the trial continues before the Hague Tribunal of Ratko Mladic, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, , his Defence suggests that, when Mladic told representatives of Srebrenica Muslims that they could survive or disappear, he referred to Muslim soldiers, who had still not surrendered to the Republika Srpska Army, VRS. 

16 September 2013

Chaos in Bratunac Caused By Volunteers

At the trial for crimes committed in the territory of Bratunac, witnesses for the prosecution said volunteers “struck terror in both ethnic groups’ hearts“ and that no one had the courage to stand up to them.

12 September 2013

Order to Commit Murders in Kravica

The Hague Prosecution’s military expert Richard Butler says at Ratko Mladic’s trial that the mass murder of captives from Srebrenica, which was committed by members of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska in Kravica village, near Bratunac in July 1995, was “ordered”.
9 September 2013

Eight Victims Identified

Eight victims, who were killed in Osmaci, Bratunac, Zvornik, Srebrenica and Visegrad municipalities during the past war, have been identified in the Commemorative Centre in Tuzla.

9 September 2013

Bosnian Prisoners ‘Suffocated to Death’ at School Jail

A witness at the trial of ex-Bosnian Serb military policeman Savo Babic said several prisoners died due to a lack of oxygen at a school in Bratunac where hundreds were detained.
4 September 2013

Mladic’s Order to Evacuate Srebrenica Residents

A decision on shooting Srebrenica residents was made during the night on July 11/12, 1995 between two meetings at which Republika Srpska Army, VRS Commander Ratko Mladic told Bosniaks that they could either “survive or disappear”, says military expert Richard Butler.
2 September 2013

Severed Head Seen in Bosnia School Jail

A witness at the war crimes trial of ex-Bosnian Serb military policeman Savo Babic said he saw a severed human head at a primary school where he was imprisoned in 1992.
30 August 2013

Beginning of Zenica Crimes Trial

The trial of Vehid Subotic, former member of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, who is charged with crimes in Zenica during 1993, is due to begin next week, on Friday, September 6.  

29 August 2013

Convicted Sarajevo Policeman Arrested Over Srebrenica Killings

Former Bosnian Serb police officer Goran Saric was arrested for his alleged involvement in the Srebrenica genocide, a day after being convicted of committing war crimes in Sarajevo.

27 August 2013

Soldiers without Walkie-Talkies

As the trial for crimes in the Bratunac area continues, a Defence witness says that no communication system existed in 1992 and that individuals, who had money, could buy walkie-talkie devices.

26 August 2013

Bosnian Serb ‘Jailer’ Spotted at Bratunac School Prison

A witness said he saw former Bosnian Serb fighter Savo Babic, now on trial for war crimes, at a primary school in the town of Bratunac where prisoners were allegedly tortured and killed.

20 August 2013

Contradictory Testimonies

As the trial for crimes in the Bratunac area continues, the Defence of indictee Najdan Mladjenovic says that State Prosecution witnesses’ statements given during the investigation were different from what they said at the trial.
19 August 2013

More than 6,800 Srebrenica Residents Identified

Prosecution investigator Dusan Janc says at the trial of Ratko Mladic that 6,849 people who were killed after the occupation of Srebrenica by the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, in July 1995, have been identified through an analysis of their remains until April this year.
19 August 2013

Witness Gives Different Statements

During the trial for crimes in Bratunac, the Defence of Najdan Mladjenovic presents two statements given by witness Secan Salkic during the investigation. The statements are different from his testimony at the trial.

5 August 2013

Karadzic Given Time to Prepare Genocide Defence

Former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic’s trial has been suspended for two more months so he can prepare his defence against charges of genocide in 1992.