The Council of Europe has suggested holding a multilateral conference on Bosnia with key local and international stakeholders, aimed at finding ways to strengthen democracy and human rights in the country.>>>
The head of the State Investigation and Protection Agency, SIPA, in Bosnia and Herzegovina stated that his organisation does not have any new information on the existence of war crime suspects' support or Al Qaeda networks in the country.
The latest Human Rights Watch report on the state of human rights in the world points to mixed progress in the Balkans on war crimes accountability and abuses against ethnic minorities, as well as obstacles to the return of displaced persons.>>>
Bosnia's State Investigation and Protection Agency, SIPA, arrested on Thursday morning two war crimes suspects, suspected of having committed crimes in the Drvar area of Western Bosnia.
David Schwendiman, former Chief of the Special Department for War Crimes of the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, tells Justice Report that the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council, HJPC, in Bosnia and Herzegovina views the involvement of international staff members in the State Prosecution as "hostile".
Representatives of judicial institutions have welcomed the decision by Bosnia's High Representative to extend the mandate of international judges and prosecutors, claiming it is "of key importance to their work".
Decision to extend mandate of international lawyers working on war crimes triggers fresh crisis in deadlocked Balkan state.
Nearly one hundred individuals and organisations have signed a petition, which has been sent to the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, requesting the extension of the mandates of international judges and prosecutors.
Serbian police officers have found a large weapons cache in an underground oil tank in the village of Konculj, southern Serbia, Fonet news agency reported Wednesday.
The Serbian Justice Ministry has announced that a state commission will be formed by September to mark out uncovered mass graves from 1944-46, daily Danas reported Thursday.
Serbian government officials deny that they discussed the possibility of transferring Guantanamo detainees to Serbia's Zabela prison.
Detainees from Guantanamo Bay might be relocated to Zabela prison in Pozarevac, Serbia, an anonymous source close to the Serbian government told daily Danas on Tuesday.
The remains of Bosnian war hero, Colonel Avdo Palic, have been identified after a 14 year search. Bosnian Serb leaders welcomed the development, but said they suspect that the whereabouts of Palic's body was deliberately kept hidden.
There are indications that at least two new mass graves are located in the grounds of the former UN peacekeepers' base in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, local media reported on Friday.