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22 May 2014

Stankovic’s Request for Referral back to the Hague Rejected

The Hague Tribunal’s President rejects a request by Radovan Stankovic, who was sentenced for crimes in Foca, to quash the verdict against him and return his case to the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

13 June 2013

Stankovic’s Defence Requests Quashing of Verdict for Flight

The Defence of Radovan Stankovic, who is serving his sentence for war crimes in Foca, requests the Court to quash a verdict, under which he was sentenced to two years in prison for having fled from the Penal and Correctional Facility in Foca.
5 April 2013

Apology to Women Raped in Foca

At the trial of Radovan Karadzic wartime President of Foca municipal Government Radoijca Mladjenovic apologises to victims of rape committed by Serb forces in that town in 1992.
1 March 2013

Stankovic: Helpers Still Under Investigation

Acourt in Trebinje has ordered guards suspected of having helped RadovanStankovic escape from Foca prison to return to work.

ByMerima Husejnovic in Sarajevo
7 November 2012

Trial of Radovan Stankovic Postponed

The beginning of the trial of Radovan Stankovic for fleeing from a prison in Foca, where he was serving his sentence for crimes committed in that town, has been postponed as the indictee fails to appear in court.
24 January 2012

Radovan Stankovic in Solitary Confinement

Following his arrest on January 21 this year, Radovan Stankovic has been detained in solitary confinement in the Penal and Correctional Facility in Foca – Mustafa Bisic, Assistant Minister for Serving of Criminal Sentences with the Ministry of Justice of Bosnia and Herzegovina, confirms to BIRN-Justice Report.
14 December 2011

Brammertz: More Work on Stankovic's Arrest Needed

Serge Brammertz, Chief Prosecutor of The Hague Prosecution, said during a meeting with journalists from Bosnia and Herzegovina who are on a study tour of The Hague, that he wants to see Bosnian institutions investing efforts to arrest Radovan Stankovic, who fled from Foca prison.
2 November 2011

Criticism over Strategy’s slow implementation

If the State Strategy for resolving war crime cases continues at the current pace, the deadlines for finishing this job will not be met, said the first deputy of the High Representative Roderick Moore at the meeting with chief Hague prosecutor Serge Brammertz.
9 August 2011

Deadly Detention Camp Forgotten

Each year fewer and fewer former detainees visit Omarska, a synonym for the suffering of Bosniaks and Croats from Prijedor. As hopes fade among resigned detainees and their families that a worthy monument will ever be erected at the eerie site of the former concentration camp, Prijedor municipal authorities, as well as Bosnian authorities in general, are accused of arrogance towards the camp’s victims.
30 December 2010

More than three hundred years of imprisonment

In its sixth year of operation, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina Chamber for War Crimes sentenced 15 persons to a total of 156 years in prison, and acquitted seven, while the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina claims that they are also investigating one thousand suspects over war crimes offences.
10 December 2010

Dzerard Selman: Clashing Court Jurisdictions Harm Bosnia’s Justice

Republika Srpska justice minister says confusion about respective powers of Bosnia’s State Court and courts in the Bosnian Serb entity needs clearing up.
25 May 2010

Search for Radovan Stankovic Continues

Although three years have passed since Radovan Stankovic, sentenced to 20 years in prison for war crimes, escaped from Foca prison, where he was serving his sentence, the search for him continues.

17 March 2010

Stankovic et al: Seven Indictees Acquitted

Of the ten people charged with helping Radovan Stankovic escape from Foca Prison, his brother Ranko Stankovic, Ranka Dragicevic and Brankica Davidovic are the only ones who have been convicted.
12 March 2010

Stankovic et al: Verdict Due on March 17

A verdict in the case of eight indictees charged with having helped Radovan Stankovic flee from Foca prison is due to be pronounced before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on March 17, 2010.

22 February 2010

Stankovic et al: Closing Arguments on March 12

The presentation of evidence at the trial of eight people charged with having helped Radovan Stankovic flee from Foca Penal and Correctional Facility has been completed.