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24 February 2016

Acimovic Trial Begins, Defense Claims He Refused to Kill Bosniak Captives

The trial of Srecko Acimovic began before the Bosnian state court with a reading of the indictment and the presentation of introductory statements by the prosecution and the defense. Acimovic has been charged with genocide, due to his alleged participation in the mass shooting of 1,040 Bosniaks captured after the fall of Srebrenica.
15 December 2015

Srecko Acimovic Charged with Genocide in Srebrenica

The state prosecution has filed an indictment against Srecko Acimovic, the former commander of the Second Battalion of the Zvornicka Brigade of the Bosnian Serb Army, charging him with genocide in Srebrenica.

10 December 2015

Discovery of New Human Remains in Kozluk, Exhumation Continues

The state prosecution confirmed that at least 15 new human remains have been found in a dump site near Kozluk in the municipality of Zvornik.

9 December 2015

Fifteen Human Remains Found in Kozluk, Mass Grave Confirmed

The Bosnian state prosecution has confirmed that fifteen human remains were exhumed from a mass grave in a dump site near Kozluk in the municipality of Zvornik.

2 December 2015

Srecko Acimovic Ordered Into Custody

The Bosnian state court has ordered Srecko Acimovic into one month of custody. Avdovic was arrested three days ago on suspicion of participating in the Srebrenica genocide in July 1995.

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

24 June 2013

Refusing Orders to Shoot Srebrenica Residents

Former Republika Srpska Army, VRS, officer Srecko Acimovic says at Ratko Mladic’s trial that he refused two orders to shoot Bosniak captives from Srebrenica, who were held in a school building in Rocevici village, Zvornik, in July 1995.
13 June 2013

Executions in Orahovac and Kozluk

In his written statement, which was included as evidence, witness RM-269 says that he was present in front of the school building in Orahovac, together with military policemen and other members of the Zvornik Brigade of VRS, on July 14, 1995.

10 May 2013

False Promises in Potocari

Testifying against wartime BosnianSerb military leader Ratko Mladic, a witness says that Serb forces separated Muslimmen from their families in Potocari.

12 April 2013

Hiding Bodies

Testifying at Ratko Mladic’s trial, former Chief Hague Prosecution Investigator Jean-Rene Ruez describes the discovery of several locations at which, according to the indictment and previous International Tribunal’s verdicts, Serb forces shot thousands of captured Muslims from Srebrenica in July 1995.
 

6 July 2012

Srebrenica - Zvornik Brigade: Everything Destroyed and General Disaster

Until today seven members of the Zvornik Brigade of the Army of Republika Srpska, VRS, were found guilty and sentenced to a total of 139 years in prison for killing more than 2,500 men and boys from the area of Srebrenica in July 1995.
6 July 2012

Bosnian Serb Army Chiefs Deemed Responsible For Massacre

Hague verdicts hold High Command under Ratko Mladic most responsible for the carnage in Srebrenica, along with active participation of Bosian Serb army’s Drina Corps.
29 March 2012

Karadzic: Executions in Kravica

Radovan Karadzic says, during his trial before The Hague Tribunal, that the number of Bosniaks killed by Bosnian Serb forces in Kravica village on July 13, 1995 was “multiplied by ten”, suggesting that there could have been 150 victims only, and not 1,000 as specified under the indictment.
9 December 2011

Karadzic: Attempt to Hide the Bodies

The trial of Radovan Karadzic in The Hague Tribunal continued with a statement by pathologist Christopher Lawrence regarding autopsies of the victims from Srebrenica that were exhumed from eight mass graves near Zvornik in 1998.