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City: Pazaric

30 January 2013

Silos: Bosnian Serb Detainee ‘Forced to Bury Own Family’

A witness told the trial for war crimes committed in the Hadzici suburb of Sarajevo that he was detained in a school gym and forced to dig other prisoners’ graves.
24 January 2013

Silos: Bosnian Serbs 'Abused and Killed' at Prison Camp

Detainees were beaten, humiliated and murdered by detention camp guards in the Sarajevo suburb of Hadzici, a witness told a war crimes trial in the Bosnian capital.
18 January 2013

Silos: Taking Serbs away

A State Prosecution witness says at the trial for crimes in Hadzici municipality that he was detained in 1992, because he is a Serb, and that he was held in detention until 1996.
30 November 2012

Karadzic: Lives of Serbs in Sarajevo

Former president of Republika Srpska Radovan Karadzic called before The Hague Tribunal two witnesses whose testimonies dealt with the lives of Serbs in Sarajevo during the war.
15 November 2012

Silos: Abuse and Provocations

At the trial for crimes committed in the municipality of Hadzici, the witness, Milorad Petric, described physical abuse and harassment in the school in Pazaric, the Krupa barracks and Silos camp between 1992 and 1996.
1 November 2012

Silos: Statement not Given

During the continuation of the trial for crimes in Hadzici municipality, a State Prosecution witness says that he did not give a statement in 1996 which was alleged by Defence teams at today’s hearing.
24 August 2012

Silos Trial: “Political pamphlet” in Courtroom

At the trial for crimes committed in Hadzici, witness Vinko Lale said during the second day of his testimony that prior to his five month detention in Silos camp, he had obtained a rifle.
19 January 2012

Extension of Custody to Indictees for Crimes in Hadzici

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has extended custody to eight indictees who are charged with crimes in the Hadzici area, because of the possibility of influencing the witnesses and accomplices.
22 December 2011

Sarajevo Shuns Recognition of Bosniak War Crimes

Canton’s hostile reaction to arrests of men suspected of abducting, torturing and killing Serb and Croat civilians during the siege shows culture of denial embraces all sides in Bosnia.
22 December 2011

Custody Extended for Silos Crimes Suspects

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has extended custody for eight suspects for crimes against Serb and Croat civilians and prisoners of war in the Silos camp and other places of detention in the territory of the municipality of Hadzic.