Analysis 06 Nov 15

Heritage in Flames: Prosecuting Wartime Cultural Crimes

Kosovo’s bid to join UNESCO has again highlighted the destruction of cultural and religious monuments during wartime - crimes that ex-Yugoslav countries’ courts have largely been failing to tackle.

Marija Ristic, Denis Dzidic, Sven Milekic BIRN Belgrade, Sarajevo, Zagreb

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