09 Oct 15 Returnee Homes Ravaged as Bosnia's Tensions Rise

Recent savage attack on Bosniak returnees' homes in a village in southern Bosnia forms part of a disturbing trend in the divided country.

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09 Oct 15 Bosnia Camp Survivors Seek End to Court Fees

Former Bosnian camp inmates who have filed lawsuits for damages for their suffering say they are being made victims again by being made to pay judicial fees.

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08 Oct 15 Bosnia Prosecutor Says Negligence Case Sends Wrong Message

A former Bosnian state prosecutor said if he is found guilty of prioritizing complex war crimes cases instead of focusing on simple ones, it will send 'a dangerous message".

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07 Oct 15 Over 500 Indicted For War Crimes in Bosnia

Bosnia's state prosecution has charged 509 persons with war crimes over the past ten years, 235 of whom were indicted in the last two-and-a-half years, it said in a statement.

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02 Oct 15 Bosniaks Try to Halt Bosnian Serb Referendum

As Bosniak MPs raise new legal obstacles to obstruct the controversial referendum, the Bosnian Serb leader has pledged to use 'all legal and political means' to hold it.

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02 Oct 15 Hague Prosecutors Dispute Mladic's Ballistic Expert

At the trial of former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic, the Hague prosecutors disputed the expertise and reliability of the Defence's ballistic expert, Zorica Subotic.

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01 Oct 15 Bosnians Clash Over State Court at EU Meeting

Representatives of the Bosnian state judiciary and the justice ministry in the Serb dominated Republika Srpska entity have clashes over the jurisdiction of the state court at an EU seminar.

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30 Sep 15 Former HVO Fighter Charged With War Crimes

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has filed an indictment against Almaz Nezirovic for war crimes in the northern Derventa and Bosanski Brod municipalities.

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30 Sep 15 Mladic Expert Denies Missile Caused Markale Massacre

Testifying for Ratko Mladic, ballistic expert Zorica Subotic said that the killings in the Markale market in 1994 were not caused by a mortar missile but by a stationary explosive.

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29 Sep 15 Balkan Reconciliation a Fragile Process

Marking the 20th anniversary of the Dayton accords that ended the Bosnian war, a conference heard that relations in the region are still easily inflamed.

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29 Sep 15 Karadzic Demands Probe Into UN Prisoners' Health

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has asked the UN to investigate an alleged increase in the number of malignant diseases among defendants in the Hague tribunal.

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29 Sep 15 Bosnian Court Eases Oric’s Travel Restrictions

The Bosnian state court has prolonged measures limiting the movements of Naser Oric but has allowed him free movement in the country’s Federation entity.

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29 Sep 15 ‘20,000 Women Sexually Assaulted’ During Bosnian War

More than 20,000 women were raped or sexually abused during the 1992-95 Bosnian conflict, leaving a legacy of widespread trauma in the country, new research says.

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28 Sep 15 Bosnian Serb Fighter Jailed for Village Killings

Former Bosnian Serb fighter Zeljko Jovic was sentenced to ten years in prison for involvement in the killings of five Bosniak civilians in the north-western Gradiska municipality in 1993.

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25 Sep 15 Bosnian Serbs Set Date for Controversial Referendum

A potentially divisive referendum in Republika Srpska on the authority in the entity of state and international institutions is to take place on November 15.

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