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23 Aug 16 Serb Referendum Splits Bosnia’s International Overseers

The US, EU, Russia and other international powers which are guarantors of Bosnia’s peace agreement are struggling to agree on concrete action to stop the Bosnian Serbs holding an ethnically-divisive referendum.

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ohr-opposes-organising-rs-referendum-in-brcko-08-19-2016
19 Aug 16 Brcko Supervisor Rejects Bosnian Serb Referendum

The internationally-appointed supervisor of the Brcko District refused permission to hold a controversial Bosnian Serb referendum in the area, arguing that it violates the country’s constitution.

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16 Aug 16 Bosnia Denies Investigating Croatian General Gotovina

The Bosnian state prosecution has denied media reports that it has opened an investigation into former Croatian Army commander Ante Gotovina for alleged war crimes.

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11 Aug 16 Bosnian Serb Court Rejects Bosniaks’ Referendum Challenge

The Constitutional Court in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska rejected an attempt by Bosniaks to block a controversial referendum about the annual Day of Republika Srpska holiday.

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10 Aug 16 Fraudsters Target Reward for Finding Missing Bosnians

For a decade, the local council in Vogosca has been offering a 5,100 euro reward to anyone who helps locate wartime missing persons, but all the information offered so far has been false.

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09 Aug 16 Bosnian Army Ex-Soldier Indicted for Prozor Attack

Former Bosnian Army soldier Enver Buza, charging him with crimes against civilians over an attack in the Prozor municipality in 1993 that left 27 Croat villagers dead.

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05 Aug 16 Sarajevo, Srebrenica to Host Hague Tribunal Archives

The UN war crimes tribunal is in the final stage of negotiations to set up information centres in Sarajevo and Srebrenica where the Hague-based court’s archives will be kept.

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02 Aug 16 Hague Tribunal Orders Serbia to Extradite Radicals

The UN court said Serbia has an international legal obligation to cooperate in its contempt case against three Serbian Radical Party members who Belgrade refused to extradite to The Hague.

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02 Aug 16 Bosnian Serb Srebrenica Convict Ljubomir Borovcanin Freed

Former Bosnian Serb police official Ljubomir Borovcanin, who was jailed for 17 years for aiding the killings of Bosniaks from Srebrenica, was released after serving two-thirds of his sentence.

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28 Jul 16 Dodik Pledges New Probe into Sarajevo, Tuzla Massacres

Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said international experts will investigate the massacres at the Markale market and in Vase Miskina Street in Sarajevo, as well as in Kapija in Tuzla, to determine whether the crimes were investigated properly.

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28 Jul 16 Bosniaks Urge Inzko to Block Serb Referendum

Bosniak representatives in the Bosnian Serb entity Republika Srpska are calling on the High Representative to stop a referendum there on the entity's national holiday.

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22 Jul 16 Radovan Karadzic Appeals Against Genocide Conviction

Former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic is appealing against the Hague Tribunal’s verdict sentencing him to 40 years in prison for genocide and crimes against humanity.

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22 Jul 16 Sarajevo Museum of Crimes Against Humanity Opens

The Museum of Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide 1992-1995 has opened in Sarajevo, displaying the personal belongings of victims among exhibits exploring Bosnia’s wartime history.

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20 Jul 16 Eight Bosnian War Victims Buried in Prijedor

Hundreds of local residents paid their respects in Kozarac near Prijedor as the remains of eight people killed by Bosnian Serb forces during wartime were laid to rest over 20 years after they died.

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mladic-wants-proceedings-stopped-07-20-2016
20 Jul 16 Ratko Mladic Demands Halting of ‘Biased’ Trial

Lawyers for former Bosnian Serb Army commander Ratko Mladic have asked for his trial to be halted and two judges removed because of the ‘systematic bias’ of the UN court in The Hague.

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