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City: Mostar

28 October 2015

Sasa Savinovic Arrested On Suspicion of Mostar War Crimes

The State Investigation and Protection Agency has arrested Sasa Savinovic on suspicion of having committed war crimes in the Mostar area.
21 October 2015

Witness Describes Forced Labour and Detention of Civilians in Bijelo Polje

A state prosecution witness said Enes Curic captured him in Bijelo Polje in the municipality of Mostar, and said he was forced to perform forced labour while still a minor.


21 October 2015

Witnesses at Puljic Trial Describe Forced Labour and Injury of Prisoners on Santiceva Street

State prosecution witnesses testifying at the Mile Puljic trial said they were wounded on Santiceva Street in Mostar in August 1993 while performing forced labour.

14 October 2015

Witness at Bijelo Polje War Crimes Case Describes Forced Labour

A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of five former members of the Bosnian Army said he was detained in Bijelo Polje and forced to dig trenches everyday.
9 October 2015

Defense Witnesses Say Zelenika Treated Heliodrom Prisoners Correctly

Defense witnesses testifying at the Ivan Zelenika trial told the cantonal court of Mostar that the defendant always acted correctly towards Heliodrom detention camp prisoners.

7 October 2015

Witnesses Describe Forced Labour and Injuries on Santiceva Street

Three state prosecution witnesses testifying at the Mile Puljic trial said Heliodrom detention camp prisoners were wounded and killed while performing forced labour on Santiceva Street in Mostar in August 1993.

30 September 2015

Witness Describes Abuse and Forced Labour of Bijelo Polje Prisoners

A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of five former members of the Bosnian Army said he was ordered to perform forced labour during his detention in Bijelo Polje in Mostar.
30 September 2015

Witnesses Describe Forced Labour and Assault of Prisoners on Santiceva Street

State prosecution witnesses testifying at the Mile Puljic trial described the abuse endured by Heliodrom detention camp prisoners ordered to perform forced labour in Mostar in August 1993.
23 September 2015

Witness Describes Being Beaten at Mostar War Crimes Trial

A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of five former Bosniak fighters said she and her father were beaten while detained in a school near Mostar.
18 September 2015

Verdict Partially Repealed in Velibor Bogdanovic Case

The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina repealed a portion of the verdict in the Velibor Bogdanovic trial, specifically the section on the application of law. After this decision, the prosecution and the defense presented their appeals related to Bogdanovic’s sentencing at the appeals chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

17 September 2015

Zelenika Witness Says He Didn’t See Abuse of Injured Party

A defense witness testifying at the Ivan Zelenika trial said he didn’t see or hear of former Heliodrom detention camp prisoner Almir Lalic being mistreated by the defendant. Almir Lalic himself also testified at the trial.

16 September 2015

Curic Protected Mostar Detainees, Witness Says

A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of five former members of the Bosnian Army said that prison commander Enes Curic protected him from having to do hard labour in Mostar in 1993.

16 September 2015

Puljic Trial Postponed

The trial of Mile Puljic, accused of war crimes in Mostar, has been postponed due to the illness of a member of the trial chamber.
9 September 2015

Witness Describes Medical Treatment of Prisoner Held in Mostar

Testifying at the trial of five former Bosniak fighters, a state prosecution witness said she offered medical assistance to a protected witness known as B, who she believed was raped.

9 September 2015

Witnesses Describe Death and Injury of Prisoners Working on Santiceva Street

State prosecution witnesses testifying at the Mile Puljic trial described the murder and injury of Heliodrom detainees who were brought to Mostar to perform forced labour on August 13, 1993.