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27 August 2015

Srebrenica Commander Naser Oric Charged With War Crimes

The state prosecution in Sarajevo charged former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric with war crimes against Serb prisoners in the Srebrenica region in 1992.
6 July 2015

Oric Ordered Not To Travel

The Bosnian state court ordered Bosnian Army general Naser Oric not to travel and to report to the police once a week.
29 June 2015

Prosecution Requests Restriction of Movement for Naser Oric

The Bosnian state prosecution has requested that Naser Oric be forbidden to travel beyond the cantons of Sarajevo and Zenica-Doboj, and also called for the confiscation of his travel documents.
25 June 2015

Switzerland to Extradite Naser Oric to Bosnia

Former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric will to be extradited from Switzerland to Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he is under investigation for war crimes, despite Belgrade’s plea for him to be sent to Serbia.
25 June 2015

Naser Oric Agrees to Bosnia Extradition

Former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric has agreed to be extradited from Switzerland to Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he is under investigation for war crimes, although he is also wanted by Serbia.
22 June 2015

Bosnian State Prosecution Requests Oric’s Extradition from Switzerland

The Bosnian state prosecution confirmed there is an ongoing investigation against Bosnian Army wartime commander Naser Oric. Oric is currently being held in custody in Switzerland on the basis of an arrest warrant issued by Serbia. The state prosecution has asked Swiss authorities to extradite Oric to Bosnia and Herzegovina, and not Serbia.


11 June 2015

Oric Ordered Into Custody

Naser Oric was ordered into extradition detention after his arrest in Switzerland based on a Serbian warrant, and the Serbian government was given 18 days to file a formal extradition request.
11 June 2015

Oric to Meet With Prosecutor in Switzerland

Naser Oric, who was arrested in Switzerland on Wednesday as per an Interpol warrant, is due to appear before a Swiss prosecutor. Bosnian institutions still haven’t been informed as to the reason of his arrest.
10 June 2015

Bosnian Army Wartime Commander Naser Oric Arrested

Oric, the commander of Bosniak forces in Srebrenica, was arrested in Switzerland on suspicion of committing war crimes against Serbs near the eastern Bosnian town in 1992.
10 June 2015

Bosnian Army Wartime Commander Naser Oric Arrested

Oric, the commander of Bosniak forces in Srebrenica, was arrested at Bern airport in Switzerland on suspicion of committing war crimes against Serbs in the eastern Bosnian town in 1992.
30 April 2015

Mladic Witness: Serbs Wanted Srebrenica Revenge

At the trial of Ratko Mladic in The Hague, a defence witness recalled a Bosnian Army attack on the Serb village of Kravica near Srebrenica in 1993 and said he was captured and tortured afterwards.
17 February 2014

Former Member of “Biseri” Speaks about Conspiracies

As the trial of Radovan Karadzic at The Hague continues, a former member of Bosnian police says that the top State leadership led by Alija Izetbegovic caused civilian victims in Sarajevo, including Markale market, and Srebrenica in a planned manner in order to accuse the Serb side and extort NATO’s military intervention in favour of Muslims.
28 January 2014

Serbia Probes Bosnian Army Commander Naser Oric

The Serbian prosecution is investigating former Bosniak military chief Oric’s role in the killing of Serb civilians in Srebrenica in 1992, although extradition to Belgrade is unlikely.
9 December 2013

Victims Killed during Breakthrough

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, a former Muslim soldier says that between 1,500 and 1,700 persons were killed in the woods in July 1995, when the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina from Srebrenica attempted a breakthrough to Tuzla and that those people were not buried.

19 September 2013

Karadzic Skipped Mladic

The Defence of Ratko Mladic suggests before The Hague Tribunal that the then President of Republika Srpska, RS, and supreme Commander of the RS Army Radovan Karadzic “skipped” the Main Headquarters of the RS Army in March 1995, when he ordered lower units to create “an unbearable situation” for Muslim civilians in Srebrenica.