One in four Macedonian families keeps legal firearm at home and the number of illegal weapons in the country of 2,1 million people amounts to half a million, claims a local NGO.>>>
Close family members of Nazim Bllaca, the key witness in the “Bllaca 2” process, testified that they received threats after he confessed about his involvement with SHIK.>>>
Five Albanians from South Serbia arrested on suspicion of having committed war crimes in the 2001 conflict have been released.>>>
The self-professed former Kosovo Secret Service, SHIK, agent, Nazim Bllaca, says that Kosovo’s Prime Minister should be asked about the now defunct organisation.>>>
Bosnian police have arrested on Wednesday in Derventa, Slavko “Svabo” Stricevic on suspicion of murdering three Bosniak POWs in 1992.
Delegations of the Parliaments of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, as well as the Bosnian Ombudsmen office, visited the prison in Zenica in order to investigate complaints about discrimination of Serb convicts.
The US State Department has asked the Serbian authorities to arrest those responsible for the murder of US citizens Agron, lli, and Mehmet Bitici, who were killed in 1999 by Serbian police.
The State Investigation and Protection Agency has arrested a former Bosnian Serb army solider suspected of committing war crimes against Bosniaks in eastern Bosnia in 1992.
Several people were arrested on Friday morning on suspicion of war crimes committed during the conflicts in south Serbia in 2001.>>>
Three Montenegrin public figures filed charges against the country's high-ranking officials for their role in the deportations of refugees in 1992.
After Pristina District Court freed Fatmir Limaj and three other ex-KLA members, accused of war crimes, Serbia's Prosecutor for War Crimes slated the decision.>>>
Macedonian police have pressed terrorism charges against five people for the gruesome murders of five people in Skopje on April 12, three of whom have been arrested.
Proper processing of war criminals is crucial for the region in order to face the past adequately, it has been concluded at the debate about war crime trials in Serbia.
A new Amnesty International, AI, report demands that the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, EULEX, makes the prosecution of war crimes its priority.
Montenegrin prosecutors questioned witnesses in Sarajevo to investigate charges that an ex policeman was involved in the deportation of refugees from Montenegro to Republika Srpska in 1992.