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5 February 2015

Markale As Symbol of Sarajevans’ Defiance

People gathered at the Markale market in Sarajevo yesterday to commemorate the twenty first anniversary of the massacre that took place there during the Bosnian war.
28 August 2014

Witness Thankful to Tribunal

As Ratko Mladic’s trial continues, Defence witness Velimir Dunjic, former Commander of the Igman Brigade with the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, denied having opened disproportionate artillery fire at targets in Sarajevo during 1992 and 1993.
5 February 2014

Sarajevo Marks 20th Anniversary of Market Massacre

Hundreds of people gathered at the Markale market in the Bosnian capital to commemorate the 67 civilians who were killed there in the attack in 1994.
8 May 2013

Disproportionate Fire on Sarajevo

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic at the Hague, a former Bosnian Serb army commander says that his unit's response to fire from Sarajevo may have been “disproportionate” but did not target civilians.

7 May 2013

Karadzic: Civilian Victims in Sarajevo

Testifying at the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, a former Serb military officer says he did not have adequate information on civilian victims in Sarajevo.

23 April 2013

Galic Says that Sarajevo Was Not Deprived of Humanitarian Aid

As he continues testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former Commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps, SRC, with the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, Stanislav Galic denies that his units deprived civilians of humanitarian aid, water, electricity and gas.
22 April 2013

Bosnian Serb Commander ‘Didn’t Target Sarajevo Civilians’

Former commander and convicted war criminal Stanislav Galic told Radovan Karadzic’s Hague trial that he never gave orders to use snipers against civilians in besieged Sarajevo.
18 April 2013

Stanislav Galic Denies Responsibility for Markale

Former Commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS,Stanislav Galic appears at the trial of Radovan Karadzic at The Hague and denies the responsibility for an explosion at Markale open market in Sarajevo in February 1994.

15 April 2013

Hell for Each Man

As the trial of Radovan Karadzic continues, Defence witness Stanislav Galic says that the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, opened fire exclusively on military targets in Sarajevo in response to attacks by the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, from the city.

5 October 2012

Mladic: Witness Recalls Sarajevo Siege

At the trial of Ratko Mladic, the former commander of UNPROFOR said that civilians were killed mostly by “non-selective shelling and sniper fire” that the Army of Republika Srpska subjected the city to.
20 July 2012

Moral Satisfaction for Families of Victims

On July 13 this year the Municipal Court in Sarajevo pronounced a first verdict in favour of 13 families of civilians who were killed during the siege of Sarajevo, in a case against Republika Srpska, RS, which primarily represents a moral and legal satisfaction for the victims' families.
21 June 2012

Legion of Faceless Snipers Escape Their Crimes

They may have been among the worst criminals of the Bosnian war - but the logistical problems in proving snipers’ responsibility for people’s deaths mean that not one has been convicted.
3 February 2012

Serbs Resist Guilt For Markale Massacres

The powerful symbolism of the 1994 and 1995 market massacres explains why many Serbs are reluctant to accept court verdicts pinning responsibility for them on the Bosnian Serb army.
4 February 2011

Local Justice: Remembering Citizens Killed at Markale

On Saturday, February 5, victims’ families and officials from the Sarajevo Canton will gather at the Markale marketplace in Sarajevo to commemorate the deaths of 67 innocent civilian victims.

20 October 2010

Karadzic: Smart People, Stupid Actions

As cross-examination continues at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, Canadian General David Fraser says that Bosniak authorities “probably could have gained some political benefits” from the incidents that took place in the so-called “sniper alley”.