18 Oct 16 Croatia Indicts Yugoslav General for War Crimes Again

Prosecutors accused retired Yugoslav People’s Army general Borislav Djukic of being responsible for deadly attacks on Croatian civilians and property in the Sibenik area during the war.

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17 Oct 16 Bosnian Prosecutor’s Disciplinary Charge ‘Not Political Revenge’

Disciplinary proceedings were launched against state prosecutor Miroslav Janjic because he failed to include five people’s deaths in a war crimes indictment, not because he indicted a Bosniak commander, prosecutors insisted.

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14 Oct 16 Kosovo Prosecution Quizzes Former EU Judge

Francesco Florit, a former judge with the EU rule-of-law mission in Kosovo, was interviewed by the state prosecution and denied allegations that he took a bribe from a suspect in a murder case.

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11 Oct 16 New Court in Bosnia’s Prijedor Offers Victims Hope

A new district court and prosecution should be established in Prijedor in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated Republika Srpska by the end of the year, giving victims cautious hope of faster war crimes prosecutions.

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10 Oct 16 Kosovo President Demands Prosecutors Probe War Crimes

President Hashim Thaci sent letters to Kosovo prosecutors urging them to take action to resolve a series of crimes against both ethnic Albanians and Serbs during and after the war in 1999.

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29 Sep 16 Switzerland Arrests Bosnian Wartime Child Murder Suspect

Swiss police have arrested Elfeta Veseli, a female former Bosnian Army soldier who is suspected of murdering a 12-year-old Serb boy in the Zvornik area in 1992.

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28 Sep 16 Kosovo Announces Village Killings Probe After Protest

Kosovo’s Special Prosecution announced an investigation into killings and disappearances in the village of Mushtisht/Mustiste in 1999 after locals staged a protest against what they said was official inaction.

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22 Sep 16 Serbs to Stage Sarajevo Attack Reconstructions

Experts engaged by the Bosnian Serb authorities will stage reconstructions of the deadly blasts at Sarajevo’s Markale marketplace in 1994 and 1995 and an attack on a bread queue in 1992.

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16 Aug 16 Bosnia Denies Investigating Croatian General Gotovina

The Bosnian state prosecution has denied media reports that it has opened an investigation into former Croatian Army commander Ante Gotovina for alleged war crimes.

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04 Aug 16 Montenegro Arrests Kosovo War Murder Suspect

Police have arrested a Montenegrin citizen suspected of involvement in the killing of at least six ethnic Albanians in a Kosovo village in 1999 while he was serving with the Yugoslav Army.

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04 Aug 16 Serb War Crimes Suspect Arrested in Croatia

A man was arrested in a village in southern Croatia on suspicion of physically abusing two elderly Croat civilians when he was working for rebel Serb police forces in 1992.

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28 Jul 16 Dodik Pledges New Probe into Sarajevo, Tuzla Massacres

Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said international experts will investigate the massacres at the Markale market and in Vase Miskina Street in Sarajevo, as well as in Kapija in Tuzla, to determine whether the crimes were investigated properly.

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16 Jun 16 Bosnian Prosecution Angered by Judge's Criticism

After an OSCE appointed expert judge, Joanna Korner, sharply criticized the work of the Bosnian prosecution on war crimes, its spokesman accused her of an attack on the judiciary.

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30 May 16 Bosnian Serb Ex-Official Accused of War Crimes

The Belgrade-based Humanitarian Law Centre and a Bosnian war victims’ association filed a complaint against a former Bosnian Serb official, accusing him of responsibility for murders, looting and illegal detentions.

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04 May 16 Switzerland Mulls KLA Ex-Guerrillas’ Extradition to Serbia

The decision whether to extradite two Kosovo Albanians accused of war crimes who were arrested in Switzerland on Serbian arrest warrants could take more than a month, Swiss authorities said.

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