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People: Oric Naser
30 May 2013

Srdja Popovic: We Did Not Want To Hold Trials

Criticism of The Hague Tribunal is inappropriate if one takes into account that the countries in the region have not shown the willingness and determination to prosecute war crimes, believes Srdja Popovic, lawyer from Belgrade.

24 April 2013

No Possibility to Demilitarise Srebrenica Enclave

Prosecution witness Evert Rave confirms at the trial of Ratko Mladic at The Hague that Srebrenica was not demilitarised prior to July 1995, despite an agreement reached in 1993, under which it was proclaimed a UN protected zone.

17 January 2013

Karadzic: Shelling Aimed at Provoking Intervention

As the trial of Radovan Karadzic continues, a protected Defence witness says that members of the UNPROFOR Command were of the opinion that “Muslim forces shelled their own people” in Sarajevo.
14 January 2013

Hague Refuses to Subpoena Key Karadzic Witness

The Hague Tribunal has turned down a request by Bosnian Serb ex-leader Radovan Karadzic to order wartime Bosnian Army commander Naser Oric to testify in his defence.
10 October 2012

Mladic: Predominant Serb and American Forces

During the trial of Ratko Mladic, who is charged with genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Defence compares the shelling of Sarajevo from Republika Srpska Army, VRS positions with the U.S.-led “Operation Deliberate Force”, designed to quickly weaken the enemy.
20 September 2011

Jevic et al: Legitimate Target

Testifying at the trial of four indictees who are charged with genocide in Srebrenica, court expert Richard Butler says that the Srebrenica protected zone was not demilitarised, adding that the 28th Division of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH was a legitimate target.
3 July 2008

ICTY: Naser Oric acquitted of guilt

The ICTY Appeal Chamber has acquitted the former Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina commander from Srebrenica of all charges.
18 May 2007

Justice Requires Support for Witnesses

Inadequate support and protection of witnesses in war crimes cases puts them – and their readiness to testify in future – at risk, discovers Justice Report.