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30 June 2016

UN Court Confirms Bosnian Serb Police Officials’ Convictions

The appeals chamber at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague upheld the verdict sentencing former Bosnian Serb police officials Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin to 22 years in prison each.
13 April 2016

Bosnian Serbs Pay Karadzic, Mladic Personal Expenses

Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska will spend 20,460 euros of public funds to cover the personal expenses incurred by war crimes defendants Radovan Karadzic, Ratko Mladic and others.

5 February 2014

Stanisic Blames the Army for Koricanske Stijene

Wartime Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska Mico Stanisic says, testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, that no “active” members of police forces were among the perpetrators of a massacre at Koricanske Stijene in the summer of 1992.
4 February 2014

Army Responsible for Detention Camps

As he continues testifying at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, Mico Stanisic says that detention camps for Bosniaks and Croats were not under the responsibility of police, but the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, and municipal crisis committees, in the summer of 1992.
3 February 2014

Stanisic Blames Paramilitaries for Crimes

Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, Mico Stanisic, former Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska, says that crimes against Bosniaks in Eastern Bosnia in 1992 were committed by “paramilitary and parapolice forces” from Serbia, most of whom were invited by Biljana Plavsic.
27 January 2014

‘Criminals’ Committed Massacre at Koricanske Stijene

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former investigative judge from Banja Luka - Jefto Jankovic suggests that the massacre committed at Koricanske Stijene on Mount Vlasic in 1992 was ordered by foreign intelligence services “in order to present Serbs as animals”.
16 October 2013

Bosnian Serb Ex-Minister Stanisic Demands Release

Former interior minister Mico Stanisic asked the Hague Tribunal to quash his war crimes conviction because one of the judges, Frederik Harhoff, was removed from another case for alleged bias.
29 August 2013

Hague Disqualifies ‘Biased’ Judge From Seselj Trial

The Hague Tribunal has unprecedentedly removed a judge who criticised the court from Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj’s trial, potentially putting other war crimes convictions at risk.

14 February 2013

Karadzic: Division of Police as Trigger for War

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Vitomir Zepinic says that, on the eve of the war the indictee advocated for separation of Serbs from Bosniaks and Croats, but he referred to “political and cultural”, not “physical” separation.
6 December 2012

Karadzic: Crimes in Grbavica

The witness for Radovan Karadzic’s defence denied that Bosniaks and Croats were expelled from the Sarajevo neighbourhood of Grbavica in the autumn of 1992.
24 April 2012

Karadzic: Crimes to Be Solved Later

Former Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Branko Djeric says at Radovan Karadzic’s trial at The Hague that, despite his warning, in 1992 the indictee did not want to deal with war crimes committed by Serb forces, saying that they could be dealt with later.
20 March 2009

ICTY: Zupljanin Seeks Provisional Release

At a status conference held before the Hague Tribunal Chamber Stojan Zupljanin says he wants to prepare his defence while at liberty.
16 December 2008

ICTY: Joining indictments – pro et contra

Radovan Karadzic agrees with the proposal made by Stojan Zupljanin to merge his indictment with the one against Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin, while the Hague Prosecution objects the proposal.
2 October 2008

ICTY: Indictments joindering motion

On September 29 the Hague Prosecution filed a joindered indictment with the Tribunal for its confirmation.
26 April 2007

Veil of Silence Covers Croat Murders in Banja Luka

Bishop says time has come to solve spate of unsolved wartime murders of Croat civilians.