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City: Manjaca

9 December 2014

Mladic Witness: No Abuse at Manjaca Camp

A former Bosnian Serb Army officer told the war crimes trial of Ratko Mladic that Bosniaks were not starved and beaten at the Manjaca military prison camp in 1992.

24 November 2014

Manjaca - Forgotten Detention Camp

Halfway between Mrkonjic Grad and Kljuc the road that leads to the Manjaca mountain separates. Around the village houses, surrounded by meadows and hills, only a few herds of cows or horses are in the pasture.

6 December 2013

Examination in Manjaca, Witnesses Lying

While cross-examining Defence witness Mile Dobrijevic at Radovan Karadzic's trial at The Hague, the prosecutors try to provethat, in his capacity as police inspector, he was involved in abuse of Muslims in detention facilities in SanskiMost and Manjaca detention camp in 1992.        

29 November 2013

Crimes Committed by Paramilitaries and Criminal Groups

Testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, Zeljko Mejakic says that members of “paramilitary and criminal groups” committed crimes in Omarska detention camp, near Prijedor, in the summer of 1992, but those were “individual” cases, which were not planned.

26 November 2013

Crisis Committee without Instructions from the Top

By presenting statements by three Defence witnesses, former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic tried to deny the existence of a plan for the forced persecution of Muslims and Croats from Bosanska Krajina, which is charged upon him.

22 November 2013

Prijedor Detention Camps under Police Watch

As the trial of Ratko Mladic continues, the Defence tries to deny the indictee’s responsibility for crimes in detention camps in the vicinity of Prijedor, where thousands of Bosniaks were held in the spring and summer of 1992.
14 November 2013

Republika Srpska Top Political Leaders “Did Not Advocate for Persecution”

Former member of Serbian Democratic Party, SDS, leadership Vojislav Kupresanin says, testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, that the party’s top leaders and Republika Srpska Parliament “never advocated for eviction and deportation” of Bosniaks and Croats.
27 September 2013

Indictment for Crimes in Kljuc Filed

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina files an indictment against Drago Samardzija, former Commander of the 17th Light Infantry Brigade from Kljuc, charging him with crimes committed in the Kljuc area in 1992.
26 April 2013

Witness Heard that Indictee Committed Murders

A State Prosecution witness says that he heard after the war that indictee Predrag Prosic, known as Pedo, killed civilians in Hilmo Hegic’s house in Muhici village, Sanski Most municipality. 

12 October 2012

Prosic: Witness Says Defendant Took Away his Son

Testifying at the trial of Predrag Prosic, who is charged with crimes in Sanski Most in 1992, a prosecution witness says that the defendant was among the soldiers who took away his son.
25 September 2012

Mladic: Suffocated in Trucks

A former intelligence and security officer with the Republika Srpska Army, VRS confirms, at the trial of Ratko Mladic - who is charged with genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina - that 24 Muslims suffocated in trucks, which transported hundreds of captives from Sanski Most to Manjaca detention camp in July 1992.
2 October 2011

Karadzic: Commander Who Survived Manjaca

Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic before the Hague Tribunal, Prosecution witness Atif Dzafic speaks about Bosniaks from Kljuc area being dismissed from work, unlawfully detained and persecuted in the summer of 1992.
25 October 2010

Adamovic and Lukic: Hellish Detention Camps and Brutal Murders

After more than two years, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has completed its presentation of evidence at the trial of Vinko Kondic, Bosko Lukic and Marko Adamovic, who are charged with crimes committed in Kljuc.
3 August 2010

'Manipulative' Memorials Distort Memory of Bosnia War

Legislation needed to curb the construction of hate-filled monuments, which deny known facts about the conflict and stir up ethnic tension rather than honouring innocent victims.
21 April 2010

Kondic et al: Massacre in Biljani

Testifying for the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the trial for crimes committed in Kljuc, Asim Vuckic says he gathered the bodies of killed neighbours in Biljani village in July 1992, adding that he then left his home as "one could no longer live there".