bosnian-minister-urges-prosecutors-to-quiz-warmongers--01-19-2017
19 Jan 17 Bosnian Minister Asks Prosecutors to Quiz ‘Warmongers’

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Security Minister Dragan Mektic called on prosecutors to question two high-profile commentators who predicted that war would break out again in the country.

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bosnian-police-appeal-for-help-identifying-vucic-attackers-01-19-2017
19 Jan 17 Bosnians Urged to Help Identify Vucic Attackers

Bosnian police have asked the public to help identify those who attacked Serbia's Prime Minister at the 2015 memorial to the Srebrenica massacre.

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dodik-unrepentant-after-us-sanctions-announced-01-18-2017
18 Jan 17 Bosnian Serb Leader Calls US Ambassador ‘Enemy’

Republika Srpska’s President Milorad Dodik responded to US sanctions imposed on him with a blistering attack on the US ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, who he described as Bosnian Serbs’ enemy.

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us-sanctions-dodik-for-obstructing-dayton-agreement-01-17-2017
17 Jan 17 US Sanctions Dodik for Obstructing Dayton Agreement

The US Treasury confirmed sanctions against Republika Srpska president Milorad Dodik on Tuesday after he defied rulings handed down by Bosnia's Constitutional Court.

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photographers-document-bosnia-s-war-of-memories--01-13-2017
13 Jan 17 Photographers Document Bosnia’s ‘War of Memories’

An exhibition of pictures by two Bosnian photographers offers stark images of memorials to people of all ethnic groups who were killed during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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bosnian-serb-government-breaks-communications-with-high-representative-01-12-2017
12 Jan 17 Bosnian Serbs Suspend Contact with High Representative

The Republika Srpska government said it cut communications with Bosnia’s High Representative Valentin Inzko after he reportedly compared the entity’s banned ‘statehood day’ celebrations to commemorations of a Croatian WWII-era Nazi puppet state.

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investigation-promised-into-army-participation-in-banned-holiday-01-10-2017
10 Jan 17 Bosnian Troops Face Probe over Serb Celebration

An investigation will ask why members of the armed forces participated in a divisive holiday celebration in the Republika Srpska entity, contravening orders from the Ministry of Defence.

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bosnian-serbs-hold-national-day-despite-ban-01-09-2017
09 Jan 17 Defiant Bosnian Serbs Celebrate Banned ‘National Day’

Celebrations in the Bosnian Serb entity Republika Srpska saw a ratcheting up of independence rhetoric as well as high-level spats over the participation of members of the country’s armed forces.

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radovan-karadzic-s-ex-adviser-goes-on-trial-01-09-2017
09 Jan 17 Radovan Karadzic’s Ex-Adviser Goes on Trial

Jovan Tintor, a wartime politician and former adviser to Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, went on trial for crimes against humanity against Bosniaks and Croats in the Vogosca area in 1992.

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bosnia-indicts-two-for-crimes-against-brcko-serbs-01-09-2017
09 Jan 17 Bosnia Indicts Two for Crimes Against Brcko Serbs

Former Croatian Defence Council fighters Mensur Djakic and Begzad Kajtazi were charged with committing crimes against Serb civilians in the village of Bukvik in the Brcko municipality in 1992.

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serbian-policemen-s-arrests-over-srebrenica-mission-probed-01-05-2017
05 Jan 17 Serbian Policemen’s Arrests Over Srebrenica Mission Probed

The Serbian Ombudsman’s office has launched an urgent probe of the arrests of two officers for passing official secrets to media about their covert and allegedly illegal assignment in Srebrenica in 2015.

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nine-bosnian-croats-charged-in-controversial-orasje-case-12-30-2016
30 Dec 16 Nine Bosnian Croats Indicted in Controversial Orasje Case

Nine former Croatian Defence Council fighters have been charged with committing crimes against Serbs in the town of Orasje during wartime - a case that has angered Zagreb and Croats in Bosnia.

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sarajevo-police-commander-charged-with-war-crimes-12-30-2016
30 Dec 16 Sarajevo Police Commander Charged with War Crimes

Dragan Vikic, the wartime commander of Bosnian interior ministry special police units, was charged alongside three other ex-officers with killing eight Yugoslav People’s Army prisoners of war in 1992.

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bosnia-acquits-soldier-of-abusing-bosniak-prisoners-12-23-2016
23 Dec 16 Bosnia Acquits Soldier of Abusing Bosniak Prisoners

Ex-soldier Nenad Przulj was found not guilty of crimes against humanity in the Sokolac area in 1992 and 1993, with the court ruling that he did not run a detention centre where Bosniak prisoners were abused.

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serbian-officers-accused-of-detaining-torturing-bosniaks-12-23-2016
23 Dec 16 Serbian Officers Accused of Detaining, Torturing Bosniaks

Belgrade’s Humanitarian Law Centre claimed in a new report that Serbian army and police officers were responsible for detaining Bosniaks and torturing them at prison camps in Serbia in 1995.

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