Retired Bosnian Army general Jovan Divjak, who was arrested in Vienna in March on a Serbian warrant, has asked Austria to allow him to return to Bosnia as soon as possible
At the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, court expert Dorothea Hanson says that central Serb authorities used local crisis committees to implement their policy.
At his trial before the Hague Tribunal, Radovan Karadzic rebuts a prosecution witness’ claims, saying that crimes may have been committed in Grbavica, Sarajevo but they were properly processed.
At the trial of Radovan Karadzic, a witness says that Bosniak civilians were deported from Grbavica, Sarajevo in 1992, while Karadzic maintains that the crimes committed there were not organised.
Chief UN War Crimes Prosecutor Serge Brammertz has praised Serbia before the UN Security Council for the arrest of war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic.
Ratko Mladic's first appearance at the UN war crimes court on Friday has split Serbians, with some voicing their support for the indictee, and others their relief that he will finally face justice.
The cross-examination of an expert witness at the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been interrupted after the defence received 'crucial evidence'.
Wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic says that a prosecution witness' report shows only a partial image of events in Bosnia before and during the war, and is "biased" against Serbs.
A Hague Tribunal expert witness at Radovan Karadzic’s trial analyses the policy of the Serbian Democratic Party on the eve of the Bosnian war, and the indictee’s role as “an active leader”.
The chief prosecutor at the UN war crimes tribunal has said that he will not change his negative report on Serbia's cooperation with the court, though he will recognise the Mladic arrest in oral statements.
As Radovan Karadzic's trial restarts after a break, a prosecution witness describes the role of the leadership of the ruling Serbian Democratic Party, SDS, in 1992.
War crimes suspect Ratko Mladic will make his first appearance before the UN war crimes tribunal in the Hague on Friday at 10am.
Ratko Mladic has arrived in The Hague and has been transferred to the detention unit of the UN war crimes tribunal.
Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said that war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic had been hiding in the northern Serbian village of Lazarevo for years, alone and in difficult conditions.
A Serbian court has ruled that Ratko Mladic is fit to stand trial at the Hague, as his lawyer announces that he will appeal the decision on Monday.