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18 December 2015

Serbian Security Chiefs Plead Not Guilty at Retrial

Former Serbian state security officers Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic pleaded not guilty at the UN court in The Hague at their retrial for war crimes in Bosnia and Croatia.
9 January 2015

Longer Sentence for Smoluca Crimes Requested

The Federal Prosecution requests the Court to pronounce longer sentence against four suspects, whom the Tuzla Cantonal Court sentenced to a total of 18-and-a-half years in prison for crimes against prisoners of war in Smoluca, Lukavac municipality, while the Defence requests quashing of the verdict.
12 November 2014

Mladic Witness Recalls ‘War with Neighbours’

A defence witness told the trial of former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic that Bosniaks started the conflict in Rogatica in spring 1992 by attacking Serb villages.
3 July 2014

Relevance for Mladic’s Case Questionable

As the trial of Ratko Mladic continues, a Defence witness says that members of all ethnic groups were among soldiers of the Republika Srpska Army, deployed in the Sarajevo surroundings and that some of them were killed due to artillery and sniper attacks conducted by the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
28 March 2014

Verdict for Ugljevik Camps on April 11

The District Court in Bijeljina would on April 11 pass a verdict to the accused of crimes committed in the Ugljenik prison camps.

5 March 2014

Bosnian Prosecution Indictments ‘Still Secret’

The Bosnian State prosecution still does not allow journalists covering trials access to indictments, despite the fact that institutions have found that access to these documents is a great public interest.
26 February 2014

Smoluca Crimes Verdict Next Month

After the Defence teams of four defendants for crimes against prisoners of war in Smoluca (municipality of Lukavac) asked for a not guilty verdict in their closing arguments, the Cantonal court in Tuzla scheduled the verdict for March 5 this year.
29 January 2014

No Contacts with Prisoners

Defence witness Rado Stevanovic says at the trial for crimes in Ugljevik, that indictee Oliver Rodic had never had any contact with prisoners, who were deployed to Mount Majevica in order to perform labour.

28 January 2014

No Winners in Mladic-Karadzic Courtroom Face-Off

Radovan Karadzic gained nothing when Ratko Mladic refused to answer questions at his trial, while anyone seeking the truth about either man’s wartime role was left none the wiser.
27 December 2013

Misapplication of the Law - The Madness of Justice

Lawyer Miodrag Stojanovic says that the decision of the European Court of Human Rights regarding the application of the law led to a mess in the judiciary, explaining that indictees charged with crimes against humanity were left in a disadvantaged position, while those who are indicted for genocide “sneaked out”.
26 December 2013

Mladic on Trial: The Courtroom Drama Continues

Almost all the Hague Tribunal’s prosecution evidence against Ratko Mladic has now been heard, with witnesses testifying that the former Bosnian Serb military chief must have known about war crimes.
24 December 2013

Ethnic Politics Dictate Payments

Bosnian Serb war crimes suspects received 640,000 euro of state money, plus more cash from private funds, while Bosniaks and Bosnian Croats got nothing.

2 December 2013

Unilateral Moves

Testifying as the Prosecution’s expert at Ratko Mladic’s trial at The Hague, historian Patrick Treanor says that Serb leaders undertook a series of unilateral moves in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1991 and 1992 with the aim of establishing their own state.

26 November 2013

Transferring Srebrenica Residents to Batkovic Detention Camp

As Mladic’s trial continues, a Hague Prosecution witness says that, in July 1995 the Main Headquarters of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, announced that captured Bosniaks from Srebrenica would be escorted to Batkovic detention camp, near Bijeljina, but they never arrived.
19 November 2013

About Twenty More BiH Court Verdicts under Question

Defence attorneys of convicts sentenced for genocide and war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina announce that proceedings will be renewed in many more cases due to the wrong application of the Criminal Code.