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City: Foca

21 October 2014

Sisic and Drakovac Deny Charges

Muhamed Sisic and Emir Drakovac, who are charged with crimes in the Rogatica and Foca areas in 1992, plead not guilty before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH. 
13 October 2014

Mladic's Witness Says Serb Forces Protected Civilians

A witness at the war crimes trial of Ratko Mladic said that Serb troops held civilians at a school in Rogatica in 1992 to protect them from fighting, not to persecute or abuse them.
3 October 2014

Todovic Granted Conditional Liberty

Savo Todovic, who was sentenced to 12-and-a-half years in prison for crimes in Foca, has been released conditionally after having served nearly ten years – the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, confirmed to BIRN Justice Report.
2 October 2014

Mladic's Witness Claims Serbs Didn’t Control Paramilitaries

Paramilitary units that terrorised Bosniaks in the Foca area in 1992 were not under army orders, a witness told the Hague trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic.
25 September 2014

Defence Attorneys Absent Again

A plea hearing in the case against Muhamed Sisic and Emir Drakovac, who are charged with crimes in Rogatica and Foca, has been postponed again due to the absence of their Defence attorneys.

24 September 2014

Two indictees deny guilt

Two defendants denied guilty for crimes committed in the area of Rogatica and Foca, while two others couldn’t have their say, as their lawyers didn’t appear at the trial. 

22 September 2014

Mladic Soldier: Muslim Paramilitaries Burned Serb Homes

Bosnian Serb ex-soldier Bozidar Krnojelac testified on behalf of his former commander Ratko Mladic that Bosniak forces torched Serbs’ houses in the Foca area in 1992.
9 September 2014

Bosnian Serb Soldiers’ Crimes ‘Were Isolated Incidents’

The former Bosnian Serb prime minister testified at Ratko Mladic’s trial in The Hague that he heard that individual soldiers committed crimes during wartime, but not the army itself.
22 August 2014

Extension of Prohibiting Measures Requested

The Prosecution of BiH requests extension of prohibiting measures against Muhamed Sisic, Emir Drakovac, Aziz Susa and Tarik Sisic following the confirmation of the indictment, charging them with crimes in Rogatica and Foca.
20 August 2014

Bosnian Army Soldiers Indicted for Attacking Serbs

Ex-servicemen Muhamed Sisic, Tarik Sisic, Emir Drakovac and Aziz Susa are accused of wartime crimes in Rogatica and Foca, including a deadly attack on fleeing Serb civilians.
21 July 2014

Criminals, who Disgraced Honest Soldiers

As Ratko Mladic’s trial continues before The Hague Tribunal, Defence witness Veselinko Simovic says that he would put some of the Serbs, who were sentenced for crimes in Foca, “on an electric chair”.

18 July 2014

Releasing Convicts from Foca Prison

As the Defence of Ratko Mladic continues presenting evidence, witness Zoran Nikolic says that, during the war he did not know about crimes against Muslims and sexual violence against Muslim women in that town.

17 July 2014

Shelter for Women in “Partizan”

¸The Deefnce of Ratko Mladic tries to deny the allegation that members of Serb forces raped and subjected Muslim women to sexual violence in Foca in 1992 by examining witness Milan Vujicic.

16 July 2014

The Dogs of War in Foca

Testifying at Ratko Mladic’s trial, Defence witness Dragan Milanovic says that “dogs of war from Serbia and Montenegro”, who were not “under anybody’s command”, used to pillage and burn Muslim houses in Foca in the spring of 1992.

22 May 2014

Stankovic’s Request for Referral back to the Hague Rejected

The Hague Tribunal’s President rejects a request by Radovan Stankovic, who was sentenced for crimes in Foca, to quash the verdict against him and return his case to the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.