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City: Foca

21 February 2013

Mladic: The Time for Separation from Bosniaks

At the trial of Ratko Mladic prosecutors continue presenting evidence about the deportation of Bosniaks from Foca by Serb forces in the spring of 1992.
18 January 2013

Mladic: Disappearance of Bosniaks from Foca

A former detainee in the Penal and Correctional Facility in Foca says at the trial of Ratko Mladic that members of Serb forces held Muslims in inhumane conditions, abused and killed them in that prison in 1992 and 1993.
20 November 2012

Mladic: Witness Recalls Torture in Foca Prison

As the trial of the ex Bosnian Serb army chief, Ratko Mladic, continues, a protected witness testified about crimes against Bosniaks who were held in the Foca prison in 1992.
7 November 2012

Trial of Radovan Stankovic Postponed

The beginning of the trial of Radovan Stankovic for fleeing from a prison in Foca, where he was serving his sentence for crimes committed in that town, has been postponed as the indictee fails to appear in court.
6 November 2012

Karadzic Requests Final Genocide Acquittal

Radovan Karadzic has asked the Hague Tribunal to reject the prosecution’s appeal of a decision by which he was acquitted of genocide in seven Bosnian municipalities.
29 October 2012

Gazdic: Crimes against Helpless and Vulnerable Women

During the trial of Jasko Gazdic, a former member of the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS), the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina tried to prove that he raped several women who were detained in the Partizan sports hall as well as in apartments in Foca in 1992. The indictee’s Defence denied that he committed the rape, and the Trial Chamber shall pronounce its verdict on October 31.
4 October 2012

Gazdic: Verdict for Foca War Rapes Due End of October

After the defence presented its closing argument at the trial of Jasko Gazdic who is charged with wartime rapes in Foca, the Bosnian State court has announced it will pass the verdict on October 31.
21 September 2012

Karadzic: Victims’ Motion Rejected

The Hague Tribunal’s President has rejected a motion filed by representatives of victims from seven Bosnian municipalities, who asked the Tribunal to appeal against the decision to acquit Radovan Karadzic of genocide charges committed in 1992 following the end of the Prosecution’s evidence presentation.
13 September 2012

Gazdic: Prosecution Wants Severe Punishment for War Rapes

In its closing argument the prosecution asked that a Bosniak who fought for the Bosnian Serb army be sentenced for the crime against humanity for rapes of underage Bosniak girls in 1992 and 1993.
7 September 2012

Mladic: Women, Who Were Raped and Disappeared

Protected witness RM-032 testifies at Ratko Mladic's trial at The Hague, about The sexual abuse of non-Serb women in a detention facility in Kalinovik in the summer of 1992.
23 August 2012

Gazdic: No Information about Indictee

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Foca, a Defence witness says that, while giving her statements, she has never been questioned about indictee Jasko Gazdic.
28 June 2012

Gazdic: Trial Closed to Public

Protected Defence witnesses testify in absence of the public at the trial of Jasko Gazdic, who is charged with crimes in the Foca area.
24 May 2012

Gazdic: No Information about Indictee

Testifying in defence of Jasko Gazdic before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, two witnesses say that they knew the indictee before the war, but they did not see him in Foca during 1992 and 1993.
17 May 2012

Local Justice - Stevanovic: Guilty Verdict for Foca War Crimes

The District Court in Trebinje, Republika Srpska, found Ranko Stevanovic guilty of war crimes committed in Foca in 1992 and sentenced him to 14 years in prison.
17 May 2012

Mladic: Main Strategic Goal was Ethnic Cleansing

In its opening arguments, the Hague prosecution outlined six strategic goals that Bosnian Serb leadership wanted Mladic to achieve.