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11 September 2015

War Criminals May Receive Benefits from Republika Srpska Government

If a new law on the rights of Republika Srprska representatives who served from 1991-1996 is adopted, three war crime convicts and a war crime suspect will receive payments from the budget of Republika Srpska.

3 June 2015

The Three Trials of Momcilo Krajisnik

Former Bosnian Serb parliament speaker and Hague convict Momcilo Krajisnik told BIRN that he has struggled to live with being labelled a war criminal, and wants to clear his name.

26 November 2013

Crisis Committee without Instructions from the Top

By presenting statements by three Defence witnesses, former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic tried to deny the existence of a plan for the forced persecution of Muslims and Croats from Bosanska Krajina, which is charged upon him.

21 November 2013

Equal Rights for Everybody

On the fifth day of his testimony at Radovan Karadzic’s trial witness Momcilo Krajisnik says that ethnic cleansing was not the policy of Bosnian Serb leaders, as alleged under the indictment.
20 November 2013

No Support for Bombing of Sarajevo

Testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, Defence witness Momcilo Krajisnik denies that Serb political leaders were guilty of the bombing of Sarajevo, adding that the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, just responded to fire opened from the city.
19 November 2013

Joining Serb Territories

While cross-examining Defence witness Momcilo Krajisnik, The Hague Prosecution tries to prove that the Bosnian Serbs’ political leadership, led by indictee Radovan Karadzic set six strategic goals for the Army. Forced separation from Bosniaks and Croats was the first one of those goals.  
12 November 2013

No Plan for Deportation of Bosniaks and Croats Existed

Continuing his testimony in defence of Radovan Karadzic, Momcilo Krajisik denies the allegations that both of them were participants in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at creating an ethnically clean Serbian state in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
7 November 2013

Krajisnik on Proposals by Izetbegovic and Silajdzic

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former President of the Republika Srpska Assembly Momcilo Krajisnik says that the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was caused by “a Muslim-Croatian coalition” performing an anti-constitutional secession from Yugoslavia, despite objections by the Serbian people.

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.
17 September 2013

Mladic’s Warnings from 1992

Retired general of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, Manojlo Milovanovic says at Ratko Mladic’s trial that the RS Assembly “opted for a war option” at a session held in May 1992 at which it formed the VRS and appointed General Mladic its commander.

2 July 2013

Hague to Free Bosnian Serb Parliament Chief Krajisnik

The Hague Tribunal is to grant early release to Momcilo Krajisnik, who was serving a 20-year sentence for forcing Bosniaks and Croats from their homes during wartime.
21 December 2012

Karadzic: Bosnian Serb Army Saved Muslims

At the trial of Radovan Karadzic, defence witness Mihajlo Vujasin claims the Bosnian Serb Army, VRS, saved Bosniaks from the village of Ahatovici near Sarajevo in 1992.
9 November 2012

Hague Tribunal Denies Momcilo Krajisnik’s Early Release

The President of the Hague Tribunal, Theodor Meron, has denied the request for early release of Momcilo Krajisnik, who is sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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.
16 December 2011

ICTY: Milan Tupajic Pleads not Guilty

Milan Tupajic, former President of Sokolac municipality and crisis committee of the Serbian Democratic Party, appears before The Hague Tribunal and pleads not guilty of contempt of court after refusing to testify at the trial of Radovan Karadzic despite a subpoena ordering him to do so.