swiss-to-decide-on-extradition-of-kla-fighters-in-weeks--05-04-2016
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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21 Apr 16 Montenegro Extradites Yugoslav Army Officer to Croatia

Montenegro has extradited former Yugoslav People’s Army officer Pavle Pantic to Croatia to stand trial for the shelling of the coastal city of Split during the war in 1991.

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12 Apr 16 Russia Refuses to Extradite Bosnia War Crimes Suspect

Russia is refusing to extradite a former Bosnian Serb soldier who is suspected of committing war crimes during mass expulsions of civilians in the Kljuc area, claiming he is too ill.

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30 Mar 16 Kosovo War Witnesses ‘Intimidated into Changing Stories’

Suspects were acquitted in war crimes cases in Kosovo last year because witnesses changed their stories in court, raising suspicions of intimidation, the Humanitarian Law Centre said in a new report.

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15 Mar 16 Kosovo Urges EU Involvement to End KLA Arrests

Kosovo’s government said arrests of former KLA members on Serbian warrants must end and the issue should be resolved as part of ongoing EU-sponsored talks between Pristina and Belgrade.

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14 Mar 16 Macedonia Holds Wanted Kosovo Liberation Army Ex-Fighter

A court in Skopje extended the detention of former Kosovo guerrilla Gafurr Dugolli, who was arrested by Macedonian police over Serbian allegations that he committed war crimes.

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09 Mar 16 Montenegro Extradites Serbian Wartime General to Croatia

Montenegro has extradited Serbian General Borislav Djukic to Croatia to face charges of crimes against humanity over his alleged responsibility for blowing up a dam during the 1991-95 war.

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10 Feb 16 UN Court Presses Serbia to Arrest Radicals

The Hague Tribunal accused Belgrade of failing to cooperate because it hasn’t arrested three officials from the Serbian Radical Party suspected of threatening witnesses at their leader Vojislav Seselj’s trial.

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04 Feb 16 Serbia to Adopt War Crimes Strategy by July

The Serbian justice ministry has finalised its first war crimes strategy, expected to be adopted in the first half of 2016, promising to punish perpetrators while improving witness protection and transparency.

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14 Jan 16 Hague Tribunal Demands Updates on Serbian Radicals’ Arrests

The UN-backed court in The Hague told Belgrade to send monthly reports on its efforts to arrest three Serbian Radical Party officials accused of threatening witnesses at their leader Vojislav Seselj’s trial.

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23 Dec 15 Bosnia Arrests Serb Fighter for Shooting Bosniak

The State Investigation and Protection Agency arrested ex-fighter Dragoja Zmijanjac on suspicion that he shot dead a Bosniak civilian in Prijedor in 1992.

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22 Dec 15 EU Finally Approves Bosnia Funds for War Crimes

After a 12-month delay, the European Union has approved the payment of almost three million euros of assistance to the Bosnian authorities for work on war crimes cases.

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16 Dec 15 Bosnia Arrests Seven Serbs for Sanski Most Abuses

The State Investigation and Protection Agency arrested seven former Bosnian Serb Army troops on suspicion of torturing and abusing Bosniak civilians in the Sanski Most area in 1992.

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02 Dec 15 Serbian Radicals Charged With Threatening Witnesses

Belgrade has not yet responded to the Hague Tribunal’s request for three Serbian Radical Party officials to be arrested for allegedly threatening witnesses at their leader Vojislav Seselj’s war crimes trial.

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six-bosnian-serbs-arrested-for-crimes-in-kotor-varos-11-18-2015
18 Nov 15 Bosnia Arrests Six for Kotor-Varos Mass Persecution

Six former Bosnian Serb soldiers were arrested for persecuting about 5,000 Bosniaks and Croats in Kotor-Varos, including involvement in torturing and killing at least 300 of them.

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