The sooner the former Bosnian Serb leader I know so well is sentenced, the sooner the war he began will finally be over.
Legal systems of Norway, Sweden and Denmark face challenge over residents from former Yugoslavia suspected of having committed crimes back “home” in the 1990s.
Serbia’s move to investigate the May 1992 killings of JNA soldiers in Sarajevo raises as many questions as it answers.
In 2008 the War Crimes Chamber of the State Court worked intensively on processing war crime indictees, resulting in a number of arrests and indictments and jail sentences totalling more than 600 years.
Serbia can only achieve full cooperation with the UN war crimes tribunal once wartime Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic is at The Hague court, the Dutch Foreign Minister tells Balkan Insight.
Seven years after the 2001 conflict, the first cases involving alleged Albanian war criminals are coming before local courts, but the fact that several defendants are now senior politicians complicates matters.
Belgrade’s cooperation with the UN war crimes tribunal is ‘at its highest’ and the hunt for Ratko Mladic most stringent, argues Serbia’s minister in charge of working with The Hague.
International criminal law expert Morten Bergsmo tells Nidzara Ahmetasevic that the success of Bosnia’s war-crimes chamber will be crucial for the prosecution of atrocities elsewhere.
NGOs mount bold initiative to form first regional truth commission on war crimes, in spite of governments’ indifference and scepticism of experts.
Prosecution considering altering indictment, which was last updated and consolidated eight years ago.
Neighbours of the mysterious “Dr David” cherish fond memories of the bearded man who saved a swarm of bees, played the fiddle and cured headaches with a touch of his hand.
Wonderful news - but what a pity it didn’t happen back in 1995. That’s the word on the streets of Sarajevo after news broke of the arrest.
As bizarre details of suspect’s recent life as ‘healer’ emerge, lawyers cross swords over date of arrest and role of secret police.