Police in Croatia have arrested Zeljko Gojak, who is suspected for war crimes committed against Serb civilians in 1991.
The family of general Ratko Mladic intends to request that the former Bosnian Serb commander be officially declared dead.>>>
It has been three years since Radovan Stankovic, sentenced by a Bosnian court to 20 years in prison for war crimes committed during the country's 1992-1995 war, escaped from Foca prison.>>>
Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor met the US ambassador-at-large for war crimes issues, Stephen Rapp, and informed him about Croatia's cooperation with the UN war crimes tribunal.>>>
The Netherlands has introduced a new law that allows for prosecution on genocide charges with retrospective effect from 1970, a development that will allow prosecution of people from the Balkans who committed crimes during the wars in the 1990s and reside in the Netherlands.>>>
Momir Savic, a Bosnian Serb sentenced for war crimes in Visegrad, has disappeared after a second instance verdict against him was rendered.>>>
The High Court in Australia has published its reasoning for rejecting a key piece of evidence presented by Dragan Vasiljkovic's defence team as part of the accused war criminal's attempt to prevent his extradition to Croatia to face trial there.>>>
The Croatian Minister of Justice Ivan Simonovic and his Serbian counterpart Snezana Malovic, have reached agreement on the text of a document that would allow the mutual extradition of persons involved in organised crime and corruption.>>>
The Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office has called for an investigation to begin at a mass grave site in the southwestern Serbian town of Raska.>>>
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic said that he believes the trial of Dragan Vasiljkovic, who was arrested in Australia yesterday, will be fair.>>>
The EU Rule of Law mission, EULEX, raided a home in Prizren, south Kosovo, this morning in connection to a war crimes investigation.>>>
Suspected war criminal Dragan Vasiljkovic, also known as Captain Dragan and Daniel Snedden, was arrested today in Australia after more than a month on the run, the Australian Ministry of Home Affairs has announced.>>>
Serbia has uncovered a mass grave believed to contain the bodies of 250 ethnic Albanian victims from the 1998-99 conflict. The grave is located in the Raska area in southwestern Serbia, Bruno Vekaric, spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor, announced on Monday.
The prosecution of the Pec District Court in Kosovo has indicted 22 former police officers for war crimes against Kosovo Albanians in Zac/Zallq.>>>
The Serbian state prosecution has informed the public that Croatia delivered a list with the names of persons who have been prosecuted for war crimes in absentia or who are under investigation in Croatia.>>>