23 Jul 15 Bosniaks Veto Bosnian Serb Courts Referendum

Bosniak officials have used a constitutional safeguard to try to block a hotly disputed referendum in Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity on the powers of the state courts.

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22 Jul 15 Serbia, Bosnia Pledge Friendship After Srebrenica Unrest

After Serbian premier Aleksandar Vucic was attacked in Srebrenica, leaders from both countries met in Belgrade and pledged to work together to put past disputes behind them.

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22 Jul 15 Bosnia Detains Four Over Vucic Attack at Srebrenica

Police temporarily detained four people suspected of involvement in the attack on Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Srebrenica massacres.

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21 Jul 15 Bosnia Security Boss Sorry for Vucic Srebrenica Attack

A Bosnian security company boss apologised to Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic for failing to prevent stones being thrown at him during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Srebrenica genocide.

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17 Jul 15 Sarajevo Was Not Besieged, Mladic Witness Says

Testifying in defence of Ratko Mladic, a former member of his Serbian Democratic Party Zdravko Salipur said Sarajevo was a divided city in the war but was not under siege.

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16 Jul 15 Bosnian Serb Referendum Meets Chorus of Condemnation

Western Diplomats and Bosniak politicians have slated the Bosnian Serb Assembly decision to hold a referendum on the authority of the state judiciary and the Office of the High Representative.

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16 Jul 15 Mladic Witness Recalls Bosnian Serb Army's Goals

A Defence witness told the trial of Ratko Mladic that that the Bosnian Serb army in the Krajina region tried to implement the goal of separating Serbs from Muslims and Croats.

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16 Jul 15 Bosnian Serbs to Hold Referendum on State Courts

The Bosnian Serb assembly has voted to stage a referendum on trust in state judicial institutions and the Office of the High Representative.

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14 Jul 15 Serbs Fought Defensive War, Mladic Witness Says

At the trial of Ratko Mladic, defence witness Bosko Kelecevic denied that the Bosnian Serb army persecuted non-Serbs in the Krajina region - and said they left the region voluntarily.

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13 Jul 15 Serbia Seeks Probe Into PM's 'Lynching' in Srebrenica

Serbia has called for a thorough investigation into who threw stones and water bottles at Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in Srebrenica - an act that the Serbian Foreign Minister called 'attempted murder'.

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13 Jul 15 Attack on Vucic at Srebrenica Widely Condemned

The attack on the Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in Srebrenica will set back reconciliation and create new instability in the Balkans, politicians and experts warn.

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11 Jul 15 Candle-Lit Srebrenica Memorial Held in Belgrade

After the Serbian interior ministry banned rallies on the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres, around 200 Belgraders gathered to light candles in memory of the victims.

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11 Jul 15 Srebrenica 20th Anniversary Marked with Tears and Anger

Tens of thousands of people mourned at a commemoration ceremony in Srebrenica for the victims of the July 1995 massacres, but some targeted their anger at the Serbian prime minister.

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10 Jul 15 Belgrade Bans Rallies on Srebrenica Anniversary

The interior ministry banned all public gatherings in Belgrade on the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres, citing security risks after rival rallies marking the date were announced.

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10 Jul 15 Srebrenica Anniversary Commemorated in Kosovo and Croatia

Hundreds marched through the Kosovo town of Prizren to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres, while a photographic exhibition is commemorating the victims in Zagreb.

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