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City: Glogova

13 May 2014

Indictee Denies His Participation in Operations

Nezir Merdzic, who is charged with war crimes in Glogova village, Bratunac municipality, in 1992, appears before the District Court in Bijeljina and denies having participated in crimes charged upon him in any way.

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.
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.

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.

12 November 2013

Soldiers with Stockings on Heads in Hranca

Testifying in defence of Najdan Mladjenovic at the trial for crimes in Bratunac, a witness says that he saw masked soldiers, who gave him orders in relation to transportation of civilians, in Hranca village in May 1992. 

29 October 2013

The Day Hranca Burned

At the trial of persons charged with crimes against humanity in Bratunac in May, 1992, the witness for the defence said that on the day houses in the village of Hranca burned, defendant Najdan Mladjenovic was, together with a group of neighbours, in nearby woods.

8 October 2013

Witness Hid in Grove With Defendant

At the trial for the crime committed in Bratunac, the witness for the defence said that on May 3, 1992, he was together with defendant Najdan Mladjenovic in a grove near the village of Hranca, but that they did not see what was happening in the village.
17 September 2013

In the Woods with Indictee

As the trial for crimes in Bratunac continues, a Defence witness says that, on May 3, 1992 indictee Najdan Mladjenovic was with him in a neighbouring village, not in Hranca, where the alleged crimes charged upon him were committed.

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.

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.
15 July 2013

Evidence from 21 Mass Graves

Richard Wright, an expert in forensics, says at Ratko Mladic's trial at The Hague, that, during an exhumation of 21 mass graves linked to the fall of Srebrenica he found nothing that would indicate that those killed in battles were buried in them.

10 July 2013

Captives in Graves

Testifying at Ratko Mladic’s trial, former Hague Prosecution investigator Dean Manning denies the possibility that people, who were killed in combat, were buried in mass graves associated with the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995

9 July 2013

Disarming the Muslim Population

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Bratunac, the first Defence witness says that members of the Territorial Defence from Bratunac, whose commander was indictee Najdan Mladjenovic, did not participate in the disarming of the Muslim population.