serbian-anti-war-reporter-s-death-remains-a-mystery-07-19-2016 20 Jul 16 Serbian Anti-War Reporter’s Death Remains a Mystery

Twenty-two years after the death of Radislava ‘Dada’ Vujasinovic, who reported on wartime collusion between politicians and criminals, new forensic analysis has again failed to identify whether it was suicide or murder.

serbia-s-detention-camps-invisible-but-not-forgotten-07-15-2016 18 Jul 16 Serbia’s Detention Camps: Invisible But Not Forgotten

All the 1990s prison camps and mass graves in Serbia are still unmarked, but as the government seeks Croatia’s backing in EU accession negotiations, it has pledged to erect the first memorial.

bosnia-s-segregated-schools-perpetuate-ethnic-divisions-07-15-2016 15 Jul 16 Bosnia’s Segregated Schools Perpetuate Ethnic Divisions

Dozens of Bosnian secondary schools are still segregated according to pupils’ ethnicity - perpetuating divisions within society but benefiting ethnically-based political parties that seek to exploit the system.

srebrenica-genocide-kingpin-becomes-literary-villain-07-12-2016 12 Jul 16 Srebrenica Genocide Kingpin Becomes Literary Villain

Croatian journalist Ivica Djikic has published a novel about the life of Bosnian Serb war criminal Ljubisa Beara, who he describes as “the co-creator and the main operational organiser” of the Srebrenica massacres.

srebrenica-prison-sentences-637-years-and-counting-07-11-2016 11 Jul 16 Srebrenica Prison Sentences: 637 Years and Counting

The Bosnian state court and the Hague Tribunal have sentenced 38 people to a total of 637 years in prison - plus three life sentences - for the atrocities committed 21 years ago against Srebrenica’s Bosniaks.

srebrenica-s-bone-hunter-maintains-his-one-man-search-07-08-2016 09 Jul 16 Srebrenica’s Bone-Hunter Continues His One-Man Search

Walking the forest paths each day in the Bratunac area, where thousands of Srebrenica victims were killed in July 1995, Ramiz Nukic has found the bones of more than 200 people.

silence-shields-killers-of-albanian-americans-in-serbia-07-08-2016 08 Jul 16 Silence Shields Killers of Albanian-Americans in Serbia

The Belgrade authorities have so far failed to convince fearful witnesses to testify about who murdered three Albanian-American brothers after they were detained by Serbian police in 1999.

a-srebrenica-mother-s-portrait-of-her-lost-sons-07-07-2016 08 Jul 16 A Srebrenica Mother Remembers Her Lost Sons

Ahead of the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres next week, a woman whose two sons were killed by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995 recalls the day she saw them for the last time.

serbia-s-genocide-denial-ensures-an-annual-fiasco-07-06-2016 07 Jul 16 Serbia’s Genocide Denial Ensures an Annual Fiasco

Despite pledges about reconciliation, Serbian officials continue to deny the July 1995 Srebrenica massacres were genocide, meaning that every year, the anniversary commemorations are marred by bitter rows.

balkan-youth-urged-to-breach-the-wartime-divides-07-05-2016 06 Jul 16 Balkan Youth Office Aims to Breach Wartime Divides

The newly-approved cross-Balkan youth cooperation office, which aims to restore links between young people whose countries were in conflict during the 1990s wars, hopes to open up a new era of reconciliation.

macedonian-village-bears-scars-15-years-after-battle-07-04-2016 04 Jul 16 Macedonian Village Bears Scars 15 Years After Battle

Arachinovo, an ethnically-mixed village where battle raged during the Macedonian conflict in 2001, is now an exclusively Albanian settlement - but its remaining inhabitants say peace hasn’t brought prosperity.

kosovo-justice-system-takes-over-eulex-s-powers-06-26-2016 27 Jun 16 Kosovo Justice System Takes Over EULEX’s Powers

Kosovo’s own judicial authorities are to take over much of the responsibility for the court system from the EU rule-of-law mission - but many experts wonder if they are up to the task.

kosovo-mps-hesitate-to-extend-eulex-mandate-06-13-2016 14 Jun 16 EULEX Mandate in Limbo as EU Snubs Kosovo Proposal

While the Kosovo parliament will vote tonight for the extension of the EU rule of law in Kosovo for two more years, its scope of work is yet to be agreed upon.

serbia-s-young-albanians-suffer-in-schoolbook-dispute-06-09-2016 10 Jun 16 Serbia’s Young Albanians Suffer in Schoolbook Dispute

A long-running political dispute over Albanian-language textbooks for ethnic minority pupils in Serbia has meant that many of them cannot have proper lessons in their mother tongue.

soaring-number-of-kla-war-veterans-raises-suspicions-06-07-2016 07 Jun 16 Soaring Number of KLA War Veterans Raises Suspicions

A government report saying the number of Kosovo Liberation Army veterans has risen to 46,000 raised concerns that the figures could have been inflated for political advantage and could cause budget problems.

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