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30 January 2015

Bosnian Serb Officers Jailed for Srebrenica Massacres

The Hague Tribunal rejected five former Bosnian Serb Army officers’ appeals against their convictions for war crimes including genocide against Bosniaks from Srebrenica in 1995.
29 January 2015

Srebrenica Survivors Await Bosnian Serb Officers’ Verdict

The Hague Tribunal delivers its first verdict of the year on Friday in the case of five former Bosnian Serb Army officers appealing against convictions related to the Srebrenica genocide.
17 November 2014

Verdict against Popovic and Others on January 30

On January 30 the Appellate Chamber of the Hague Tribunal is due to pronounce a verdict against Vujadin Popovic and four other indictees, who were sentenced, under a first instance verdict, for genocide and other crimes in Srebrenica in July 1995. 

22 April 2014

Bosnian Serb Leadership ‘Ordered Srebrenica Prisoners’ Deaths’

The mass murders of Bosniaks from Srebrenica were committed as a result of a “command from the top”, the genocide trial of former Serb fighter Aleksandar Cvetkovic was told.
4 February 2014

Massacre at Bosnia’s Branjevo Farm ‘Like a Movie’

War criminal Stanko Kojic told the genocide trial of Aleksandar Cvetkovic that Bosnian Serb troops killed several hundred prisoners from Srebrenica one by one in order not to waste any bullets.
3 February 2014

Kos Recalls Executing Srebrenica Prisoners

Convicted war criminal Franc Kos told the genocide trial of Aleksandar Cvetkovic how he and his fellow troops executed Bosniak prisoners from Srebrenica at a farm in Branjevo in 1995.
22 January 2014

Beara Accuses Police

Testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, Ljubisa Beara, former Colonel with the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, denies guilt for genocide in Srebrenica, accusing Serb police for mass murders of Srebrenica Muslims in July 1995.
21 January 2014

Witness: Better to Be in Trnopolje than on the Street

Testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial before The Hague Tribunal, witness Bosko Mandic says that “none of the authorities organised or abetted the removal of non-Serbs from Prijedor”.

6 November 2013

Exaggerating and Reducing

At the trial of Radovan Karadzic prosecutors try to prove that Defence witness Vujadin Popovic was not “an innocent passer-by” at several locations, where thousands of Srebrenica Muslims were shot in July 1995, but he was “a committed participant” and one of the key crime perpetrators.

4 November 2013

“Dangerous Men from Military Security” Responsible for Srebrenica

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska Tomislav Kovac blames “dangerous people from the Military Security Service”, led by Chief Ljubisa Beara, for the massacre in Srebrenica.
31 October 2013

Karadzic Did not Know about Shooting of Srebrenica Residents

Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic before The Hague Tribunal, Tomislav Kovac says that the indictee did not know anything about a mass murder of Muslim captives from Srebrenica.

27 September 2013

Karadzic Wants Krajisnik and Mladic to Testify

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic wants to call his wartime military chief Ratko Mladic to testify at his Hague Tribunal trial that he never ordered the Srebrenica massacres.
1 August 2013

Praised for an Excellent Job

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former member of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, Franc Kos says that, following the shooting of hundreds of Srebrenica Muslims on Branjevo farm, Lieutenant Colonel Ljubisa Beara praised the crime perpetrators in a café “for doing an excellent job” and promised that “the state would be grateful to them.”

26 June 2013

Men Separated from Families in Potocari

Dutch Officer Vincent Egbers says, testifying at Ratko Mladic’s trial, that he saw Muslim men, whom the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, had separated from their families, in a white house in Potocari two days after the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995. 

18 June 2013

Execution of Prisoners of War Kept Secret

Prosecution witness Dragomir Keserovic says at the trial of Ratko Mladic at The Hague that, in 1995 he did not get any pieces of information about the execution of Muslim captives from Srebrenica, although he was in Bratunac and its surroundings in mid-July in his capacity as Security Officer with the Main Headquarters of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS.