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City: Zenica

24 July 2013

Newly-equipped Courtroom in Zenica

As of next week trials for war crimes and other grave crimes will be held in a newly-equipped courtroom.

7 June 2013

Indictment for Dusina Killing Spree Filed

According to the charges, Subotic, former member of the Second Battalion with the Seventh Muslim Brigade of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, participated, along with other members of his Brigade, in murders in Dusina village on January 26, 1993.
4 April 2013

Work on War Crimes Cases in Zenica Accelerated

The War Crimes Department of the Cantonal Prosecutor’s Office in Zenica believes they achieved exceptional results last year, despite problems such as a lack of prosecutors and inadequate working space.
15 March 2013

Possible Merging of Cases

The start of the trial of Zoran Marinic, the accused for the crimes that were committed in Busovaca has been rescheduled for 12 April because of a possible merger of the proceedings with the case against another suspect in the same crime. 

22 May 2012

Local Justice - Zenica: Parliamentary Delegations Visiting Prison

Delegations of the Parliaments of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, as well as the Bosnian Ombudsmen ooffice, visited the Penal and Correctional Facility in Zenica due to, as they said, complaints about discrimination of Serb convicts.
20 April 2012

Local Justice - Zenica: Remembering the Death of Civilians

People laid down flowers in downtown Zenica, marking the 19th anniversary of the death of civilians, when 17 people were killed and 78 wounded.
1 December 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Detainees Speak about Reconciliation

Former detainees from the Zepce, Bratunac and Busovaca areas tell secondary school students from Zenica about their suffering during the war and convey a message about the importance of reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
24 November 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Two Indictments by the End of the Year

Redzo Delic, Chief of Department for War Crimes and Economic Crime in the Cantonal Prosecutor"s Office in Zenica-Doboj Canton (ZDK), announces that by the end of the year two indictments for war crimes committed in the areas of Breza and Tesanj will be raised.
30 September 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Theatre Play Seeking Truth

This year's MESS festival starts on Friday, September 30 with a premiere of a play entitled, "Letters from 1920" directed by Oliver Frljic in the Bosnian National Theatre in Zenica.
2 September 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Hard war crimes investigations

The war crimes investigation department in the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) in Zenica-Doboj Canton currently have arround ten active investigations but they claim that work on them is ''extrimely hard''.
3 August 2011

Protection of Prisoners' Rights

A newly founded association called, Help in Protecting Prisoners' Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina, intends to supervise the respect of human rights in prisons in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2 August 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Former Detainees Call for Faster Processing of Crimes

The Association of Detainees from Zenica, consisting of about 400 members, expresses its dissatisfaction with the handling of war crimes, pointing out that “witnesses are ready, but criminals walk the streets freely”.
13 May 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Anniversary of Death of First Civilian Victim of War

Mateja Juric, a two-year old girl from Zenica, was killed 19 years ago during combat between the Yugoslav National Army, JNA, and Territorial Defence, TO, of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
28 April 2011

Local Justice - Zenica: Establishment of Witness Support Network

Representatives of the OSCE Mission, judicial authorities and NGOs met in Zenica on Thursday to discuss the establishment of a support network for victims who testify as witnesses in war crimes cases in Zenica-Doboj Canton.
18 April 2011

Local Justice: Anniversary of Murder of Civilians in Zenica

The 18th anniversary of the murder of civilians in Zenica will be marked in Tuesday, April 19. On that day in 1993 a grenade killed 17 people and wounded another 78, though no one has been tried or convicted for the attack.