23 Jan 15 Mladic Witness: Bosniaks Didn’t Flee Due to Persecution

A former Bosnian Serb Army officer from Kljuc told Ratko Mladic’s war crimes trial that more than half of the town’s Bosniaks fled in 1992, but Serb forces weren’t to blame.

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23 Jan 15 Bosnian Serb MP Ordered Not to Leave Country

The Bosnian court told Dragomir Vasic, an ex-police chief charged with genocide soon after becoming an MP in the country’s Serb-led Republika Srpska entity parliament, not to leave the country.

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23 Jan 15 Fighters Charged with Massacre of 67 Bosniaks

Ten former high-ranking members of Bosnian Serb police and military units were indicted for the persecution and murder of at least 67 Bosniaks in July 1992 in the Zvornik area.

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22 Jan 15 Mladic Witness: ‘Muslims’ Caused Conflict in Kljuc

A former Bosnian Serb Army officer from Kljuc told Ratko Mladic’s war crimes trial in The Hague that “local Muslims” were guilty of starting the conflict in the area in 1992.

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22 Jan 15 Sarajevo Prosecutor Reopens Deputy PM Murder Case

The newly-appointed Sarajevo Canton chief prosecutor said she has reopened an investigation into the murder of Hakija Turajlic, wartime Deputy Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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22 Jan 15 US Ambassador’s Blog Highlights Bosnia School Segregation

A call by the new US ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina for children of all ethnicities to study the same curriculum together has generated responses that reflect the country’s divisions.

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21 Jan 15 Bosnian Defence Ministry Probes ‘Chetnik’ Ceremony

The ministry ordered an investigation after a photograph was published online purporting to show Bosnian Army troops lined up with people in Serb nationalist Chetnik uniforms at a religious ceremony.

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20 Jan 15 Bosnia Frees Croatian Wartime Commander Glavas

Wartime general and former right-wing Croatian politician Branimir Glavas was released from jail in Bosnia, where he was serving his sentence, after Zagreb overturned his war crimes conviction.

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20 Jan 15 Bosnia Charges Six Soldiers With Wartime Sexual Violence

The Bosnian prosecution raised three indictments against six former Bosnian Serb and Croat soldiers for wartime sexual violence and other crimes in Srebrenica, Odzak and Sanski Most.

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19 Jan 15 Mladic Witness: Extremists Guilty of Prijedor Conflict

A defence witness told Ratko Mladic's trial, which has restarted after the Hague Tribunal’s holiday break, that “Muslim extremists” were guilty of starting the conflict in Prijedor in 1992.

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16 Jan 15 Bosnia Blocks Controversial War Crimes Convict Releases

The Bosnian constitutional court has put a stop to the releases of war crimes convicts whose verdicts are quashed because the wrong criminal code was used at their trials.

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15 Jan 15 Bosnian Serbs Urged to Save Visegrad Inferno House

The remains of a house in which dozens of Bosniaks were burned alive in 1992 are set to be destroyed by the Bosnian Serb authorities in Visegrad to order to make way for a new road.

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15 Jan 15 Bosniak Politician Evades Censure in War Crimes Row

The Bosnian parliament rejected a proposal to remove Sefik Dzaferovic, the new president of the House of Representatives, over allegations by a former ally that he failed to disclose war crimes.

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13 Jan 15 Bosnian Party Accused of Harbouring War Criminals

The outgoing deputy president of Bosnia’s Federation entity sent thousands of documents to the prosecution about war crimes in which he alleges officials from his former Party for Democratic Action were involved.

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13 Jan 15 Croatia Quashes Branimir Glavas War Crimes Sentence

Croatia’s constitutional court overturned a supreme court ruling that found wartime general and former politician Glavas guilty of war crimes and sentenced him to eight years in jail.

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