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Crimes on the River Drina Bank

The December issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the Court of BiH War Crimes Chamber in November.

This issue features a story from the village Barimo, near Visegrad. More than 20 residents were killed in early August 1992 in the village, and according to survivors,  almost all the houses were burned down. The twelve-year-old boy, several women and  elderly people were among the victims. Three people taken from Barimo were never found. Only a few survived the sufferings in Barimo, Sead Covrk, two children, and one immobile elderly woman. Twenty years after this crime no one is still brought to justice.

The guest of this month's edition is the Director of the Center for Investigation of War Crimes in the State Investigation and Protection Agency, Ivica Divkovic,

In December TV Justice interviewed people from Visegrad about their opinion of war crimes trials held at the Court of BiH.

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