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6 July 2015

More Than 1300 Kravica Victims Identified

A forensics expert testifying at the Goran Saric trial said 1305 people connected to the Kravica warehouse killing in Bratunac by March 2015.
2 April 2015

Bosnian Serb MP’s Srebrenica Genocide Trial Opens

Dragomir Vasic, an ex-police chief charged with genocide soon after becoming an MP in the country’s Serb-led Republika Srpska entity parliament, went on trial in Sarajevo.
12 March 2015

Five Former Police Officials Accused of Aiding Srebrenica Genocide, Trial Begins in April

The Bosnian state court will begin its trial against five former Bosnian Serb police officials who allegedly participated in the Srebrenica genocide on April 2.
12 January 2015

Witness Refuses to Answer Questions

A State Prosecution witness, who appears at the trial for genocide in Srebrenica, refuses to answer questions about activities undertaken by special police in the Bratunac and Srebrenica area in order to incriminate himself.
17 October 2014

Prosecution Seeks Extension of Restrictions to Josipovic

The State prosecution proposed that the restrictive measures to Miodrag Josipovic, charged with aiding the Srebrenica genocide in July 1995, be extended, which his defence objected.
8 September 2014

Saric’s Trial Postponed

The trial of Goran Saric for genocide in Srebrenica has been postponed, as a Prosecution witness fails to appear before the State Court.
14 July 2014

Unperformed Orders

 Former chief of the Center for Public Safety in Zvornik told the Srebrenica genocide trial that he did not know any units were formed after Goran Saric's orders.

30 June 2014

Hearing Postponed Due to Protection Measures

The trial of Goran Saric, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, has been postponed due to the protection measures a Bosnian State Prosecution witness was previously granted when testifying before the Hague Tribunal.

22 April 2014

Prosecution Demands Custody for Four Suspects

The Bosnian Prosecution asked the State Court to order custody for Marijan Brnjic, Ilija and Pavo Glavas and Martin Barukcic, suspected of crimes in Odzak, while the Defence objected that claim.
17 March 2014

Bosnian Serb Police Chief ‘Wasn’t Near Bratunac Massacre’

Two prosecution witnesses told the trial of ex-police chief Goran Saric for genocide in Srebrenica that they didn’t see him in July 1995 in the Bratunac area where many Bosniak prisoners were killed.
23 January 2014

Significantly Shorter Sentences for Kravica Crimes Requested

The Defence of five indictees, who were released after the verdicts against them for assisting in the Srebrenica genocide was quashed, request the Court to reduce their sentence to between five and 15 years, while the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina requests maximal imprisonment sentences.

24 December 2013

Testifying under Risk

Testifying at the trial of Goran Saric, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, a State Prosecution witness says that he did not see the indictee in the Srebrenica area in July 1995.

4 December 2013

Custody Sought for Five Released Convicts

Bosnia's State prosecution has sought custody for five people released after the Constitutional Court quashed a genocide verdict for Srebrenica, to which the defence then objected.

3 December 2013

Saric Trial Witness Pleads Ignorance of Police Tasks

The first witness at Goran Saric's genocide trial said he learned that Bosnian Serb Special police units were deployed to Srebrenica in July 1995 - but did not know what their tasks would be.
26 November 2013

Custody Demand for Freed Bosnia Genocide Convict

The prosecution demanded custody for Petar Mitrovic, who was freed after the verdict which jailed him for 28 years for genocide in Srebrenica was annulled and a retrial ordered.