A human rights group has released a document which it says shows the new head of the Serbian Army bears command responsibility for war crimes in Kosovo.>>>
At a plea hearing before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nihad Bojadzic pleaded not guilty for crimes in Jablanica.>>>
Five guards will be questioned today about an attempt by two members of Serbia's Zemun crime gang to escape from a Belgrade prison.>>>
Serbia's new Law on Criminal Procedure is proving difficult to implement and has some notable shortcomings, lawyers say.>>>
The retrial of an Austrian citizen charged with wartime crimes in the Sarajevo area in 1992 was postponed on Wednesday after the defendant failed to appear in the courtroom.>>>
The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has decided to release Dusko Tadic, who has been charged over the killing of civilians in the east of the country in 1992, but has imposed limitations on his movements.>>>
A psychiatrist told the trial of four men charged for the Srebrenica murders that Stanko Kojic is a paranoid schizophrenic and could not have understood what he was doing in July 1995.
With both governments in principle in favor of a bilateral agreement to withdraw mutual genocide claims, prospects for an out-of-court settlement are improving.>>>
EULEX Chief Prosecutor says Italian Special Prosecutor will not be dropped from the case, nor will his immunity be lifted so that he can testify as Fatmir Limaj's defence sought.>>>
Leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia meet today to discuss trilateral agreement on the prosecution of war crimes.>>>
Genocide trial witness Huso Salihovic claims Srebrenica's defence against the Serbs could have lasted longer, allowing a corridor for the safe passage of the victims.>>>
Serbia's War Crimes Prosecutor says the new head of the Serbian Army is not suspected of command responsibility for war crimes in Kosovo, refuting claims made by an NGO.>>>
Activists demand action on case of war crimes witness who was killed in 2000 and whose murder has never been solved.>>>
State prosecutor’s decision to end probe into 14 top suspects has inflamed Serbian opinion in Bosnia - and increased the possibility that Serbia’s courts will step up their own investigations.
State Prosecution terminates investigation into 14 individuals suspected of involvement in Dobrovoljacka Street killings in May 1992 - but says investigation into the crime will continue.>>>