Macedonia expects soon to get hold of the fugitive former customs chief, Dragan Daravelski, following Wednesday’s signing of a bilateral extradition deal with Serbia.>>>
Bosnia and Serbia have made a breakthrough deal on tracking down and prosecuting fugitive Bosnia war crimes suspects.>>>
Eight persons, who are suspected of participating in crimes against civilians and prisoners of war in detention camps and detention buildings in the Tarcin area, were arrested, as per a warrant issued by the State Prosecution.>>>
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, has issued a warrant for the arrest of its former spokeswoman, Florence Hartmann.
Macedonian journalists and clergy are next in line for the controversial process of lustration aimed at purging former police informants from public office.
Accusation that 89-year-old Josip Boljokav killed anti-Communists in 1945 reawakens ghosts of past ideological battles.>>>
Croatia and Macedonia have signed an extradition agreement as part of a wider regional plan to prevent citizens holding dual citizenship from fleeing to another country to avoid prosecution at home.>>>
The last of the four war crime cases concerning atrocities originally alleged to have been committed by former ethnic Albanian rebels during the 2001 armed conflict have been annulled by the Macedonian justice system.>>>
A Special Investigative Task Force of the EU mission, EULEX, tasked with investigating the allegations contained in Dick Marty’s report on KLA organ trafficking, has started securing information on the case.
Law stopping all war crimes investigations in Croatia by Serbian judicial bodies poses blow to moves to improve regional cooperation in war crimes prosecutions.
A court in Serbia has decided that there are no legal grounds to extradite Bozidar Vucurevic to Croatia where he is wanted for ordering the shelling of Dubrovnik during Croatia's war of independence.
The European Commission has reportedly sent a letter to Croatian Justice Minister Drazen Bosnjakovic questioning a proposed law that, if passed, could annul Serbian rulings on Croatian nationals linked to war crimes during the 1990s conflict.
The funeral of Agim Zogaj, known as Witness X in the war crimes case against Fatmir Limaj, will be held on Saturday on afternoon in Prizren, the family said.
Almost one hundred judges, prosecutors, lawyers and non-governmental organization activists have attended a conference hosted by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, and Humanitarian Law Centre.
On September 2 France extradited war crimes suspect Milorad Momic to Croatia, the Croatian Interior Ministry said.