25 Nov 15 Fighter’s Rape Acquittal ‘Highlights Serbian Courts’ Failings’

The Belgrade-based Humanitarian Law Centre said the acquittal of the fighter for raping two women during the Bosnian war was another example of Serbia’s failure to punish wartime sexual violence.

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25 Nov 15 UN Envoy: Serbs Committed Worst Crime in Bosnia

Former UN peace envoy Yasushi Akashi told Ratko Mladic’s trial that all sides committed crimes during the Bosnian war, but the Serbs were responsible for the most heinous atrocity in Srebrenica.

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24 Nov 15 Serbian Fighter Acquitted of Bosnia War Rapes

A Belgrade court acquitted former Serbian volunteer fighter Miodrag Zivkovic of raping two Bosniak women in the Bosnian town of Bijeljina during the war in 1992.

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24 Nov 15 US-Published Documents Show West’s Srebrenica Failure

The US National Security Archive published documents detailing how the UN and international community failed to take action to prevent the Srebrenica massacres in July 1995.

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24 Nov 15 Bosnian Army Soldier Convicted of Jablanica Prsioner Abuses

Former Bosnian Army serviceman Mirsad Tahirovic, alias ‘Deba’, was sentenced to five years in jail for the inhumane treatment of Croat prisoners in Jablanica in 1993.

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24 Nov 15 Srebrenica Commander Oric’s War Crimes Case Delayed

Former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric’s trial will only begin after the UN court in The Hague decides whether the case should be dropped because he has already been acquitted of the charges.

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23 Nov 15 Bosniak Fighter Jailed for Kozarac Killings

Former Bosniak fighter Muhamed Kusuran was sentenced to 12 years in prison for killing two civilians and attempting to kill two more in Kozarac near Prijedor in the summer of 1992.

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23 Nov 15 UN Envoy: Bosnian Govt ‘Didn’t Want Permanent Ceasefire’

Former United Nations peace envoy Yasushi Akashi told Ratko Mladic’s war crimes trial that the Bosnian government did not want a permanent ceasefire in 1994 and 1995, unlike the Serbs.

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20 Nov 15 Bill Clinton Celebrates Bosnia Peace Deal Anniversary

Former US President Clinton, who helped broker the agreement that ended the 1992-95 war, returned to Dayton where the deal was signed and said it was an achievement that should be celebrated.

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20 Nov 15 Bosnia Urged to Intensify Hunt for Wartime Missing

Twenty years after the Dayton peace agreement ended the war, the International Committee of the Red Cross urged the authorities to intensify the search for around 7,000 people who are still missing.

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20 Nov 15 Mladic Witness: Serbs Committed ‘Massive Crime’ at Srebrenica

Defence military expert Mitar Kovac admitted at Ratko Mladic’s trial at the Hague Tribunal that Serb forces committed a ‘massive crime’ against Bosniaks from Srebrenica in July 1995.

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19 Nov 15 Mladic Witness Denies Digging Mass Grave

Ratko Mladic's defence used the witness's testimony to deny allegations that the Bosnian Serb Army was responsible for a mass grave containing hundreds of bodies in Tomasica near Prijedor.

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18 Nov 15 Bosnia Arrests Six for Kotor-Varos Mass Persecution

Six former Bosnian Serb soldiers were arrested for persecuting about 5,000 Bosniaks and Croats in Kotor-Varos, including involvement in torturing and killing at least 300 of them.

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17 Nov 15 Bosnia Arrests Three for War Crimes Against Serbs

Three people including a police commander were arrested on suspicion that they detained and mistreated scores of Serb civilians, some of them children, in Gorazde, Rudo and Visegrad in 1992-93.

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17 Nov 15 Mladic Witness Blames Muslims for Bosnian War

Defence military expert Mitar Kovac told Ratko Mladic’s trial that the leading Bosniak Party for Democratic Action (SDA) caused the war because it wanted a Muslim-dominated state.

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