operation-flash-two-sides-of-medal 01 May 15 The Contested History of Croatia's Operation Flash

Croatia is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the victorious military operation which it says liberated its territory, but thousands of Serb civilians who fled in fear say their suffering has been ignored.

serbian-artist-puts-dead-nations-on-show 30 Apr 15 Serbian Artist Puts ‘Dead Nations’ on Show

Artist Ivan Grubanov, whose first major work was drawings of Slobodan Milosevic on trial, examines the idea of countries that no longer exist in a show at this year’s prestigious Venice Biennale.

nebojsa-minic-the-commander-of-death 29 Apr 15 Nebojsa Minic, Serbia’s ‘Commander of Death’

Mystery still lingers over the life of Nebojsa Minic, alias ‘Mrtvi’ (‘Dead’), one of the Yugoslav Army officers allegedly involved in the most brutal massacres in Kosovo – as explored in a new BIRN documentary.

serbia-will-send-better-picture-on-july-11 24 Apr 15 Mass Demo For Srebrenica Victims Planned in Belgrade

The journalist behind an action to honour the victims of Srebrenica in Belgrade hopes his initiative will send a different picture of Serbia to the world.

serbia-s-kosovo-cover-up-who-hid-the-bodies 23 Apr 15 Serbia’s Kosovo Cover-Up: Who Hid the Bodies?

The Belgrade officials and policemen who took hundreds of murdered Albanians’ corpses from Kosovo to Serbia and concealed them in mass graves have never been prosecuted in their home country.

bosnian-serbs-shun-film-about-wartime-kindness 21 Apr 15 Bosnian Serbs Shun Film About Wartime Kindness

A new film about Bosnians who saved their neighbours rather than persecuting them in the war has drawn interest across Bosnia and Herzegovina – but not in the mainly Serbian entity.

serbia-s-neglected-war-victims-hope-for-legal-change 21 Apr 15 Serbia’s Neglected War Victims Hope for Legal Change

Legislation proposed by Belgrade-based rights groups is being sent to Serbian ministries on Tuesday in a bid to finally win compensation and benefits for victims ignored since the Yugoslav wars ended.

no-takers-for-tito-s-secret-cold-war-ark 20 Apr 15 No Takers for Tito’s Secret Cold War Ark

Tito’s emergency command bunker in Bosnia and Herzegovina now hosts art exhibitions and thousands of tourists each year, yet no one seems willing to take on full management of this unique piece of Cold War history.

serbia-feels-the-heat-over-seselj-extradition 03 Apr 15 Serbia Feels the Heat Over Seselj Extradition

Pressure on the Serbian government to send war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj back to detention in The Hague is likely to prove insurmountable in the end.

how-belgraders-remember-the-nato-bombings 30 Mar 15 How Belgraders Remember the NATO Bombings

As the Serbian state tries to construct a narrative of national victimhood around the 1999 NATO air strikes, how did ordinary Belgraders experience the days and nights under fire?

serbia-keeps-memory-on-fallen-nighthawk 27 Mar 15 Serbia Keeps Downed US Stealth Bomber on Show

Sixteen years after it was shot down by Yugoslav air forces during the NATO bombing, the wreckage of a US stealth plane is still proudly displayed at the Belgrade Museum of Aviation.

victory-was-born-on-the-day-of-nato-intervention 24 Mar 15 Why I Named My Kosovo War Child ‘Victory’

Nazmi Kaciku’s daughter was born on the day NATO launched air strikes against Serbian forces on March 24, 1999, so he gave her a name that celebrated Kosovo Albanians’ struggle.

srebrenica-flashbacks-to-an-atrocity 19 Mar 15 Srebrenica: Flashbacks to an Atrocity

Northern Irish artist Anthony Haughey is marking the 20th anniversary of the 1995 Srebrenica massacres with a film about the conflicting ideologies and contested views of history surrounding the killings.

bitter-memories-of-kosovo-s-deadly-march-riots 17 Mar 15 Bitter Memories of Kosovo’s Deadly March Riots

Eleven years after ethnically-charged unrest across Kosovo left 19 people dead and caused many more to flee, an elderly Serb couple recall how they survived the violence.

milosevic-admirers-pay-tribute-in-strongman-s-hometown 11 Mar 15 Milosevic Admirers Pay Tribute in Strongman’s Hometown

Nine years after the death of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, his supporters and former Socialist Party allies gathered to grieve for a man they refuse to believe was a war criminal.

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