02 Mar 15 Prosecution Urges Restart of Cancer-Stricken Hadzic’s Trial

The Hague Tribunal prosecution has asked for the war crime trial of former Croatian Serb leader Goran Hadzic to continue even though he has cancer and could be too ill to attend.

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26 Feb 15 Goran Hadzic's Request for Release Rejected

The UN-backed war crimes court in The Hague rejected a request from former Croatian Serb leader Hadzic, who asked for temporary release for cancer treatment in Serbia.

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25 Feb 15 Goran Hadzic Demands Removal of Court Psychologist

Former Croatian Serb Leader Goran Hadzic, who is on trial for war crimes in The Hague, alleged that the UN’s Dutch psychologist told him to rely on God to give him strength.

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24 Feb 15 Serbian Minister Defends Support for Wanted Paramilitary

Serbia’s justice minister said he would continue to fight the extradition of paramilitary leader ‘Captain Dragan’ from Australia to Croatia to stand trial for alleged war crimes.

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20 Feb 15 Croatia President Offers Hope to Protesting Veterans

Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic promised to help ex-soldiers who have been demonstrating in front of the war veterans’ ministry since October, but critics expressed discontent with the long-running protest.

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19 Feb 15 Croatia Restarts Kerestinec Prison War Crimes Trial

The trial of five Croatian soldiers accused of torturing and sexually abusing Serb prisoners of war at the Kerestinec military prison has restarted in Zagreb.

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13 Feb 15 Serb Paramilitary Wins Rights Case Against Croatia

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has ruled that Croatia did not give Serb paramilitary Mile Sanader a fair trial when he was convicted of war crimes.

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11 Feb 15 Belgrade Plans Monument for Serbian War Victims

Belgrade’s monuments commission said that Serbian victims of the 1990s wars will get a memorial in the capital, after lobbying by refugees who fled the conflict in Croatia.

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10 Feb 15 Croatian Medal for Bosniak Ex-Leader Angers Serbs

Serb organisations criticised outgoing Croatian President Ivo Josipovic for awarding a medal to former Bosnian presidency member Ejup Ganic because he was accused of war crimes against Yugoslav troops.

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10 Feb 15 Hague Prosecutors Renew Call for Seselj’s Detention

The prosecution at the UN-backed war crimes court has filed a second motion calling for freed Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj to be returned to custody in The Hague.

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10 Feb 15 Croatian General Glavas Accused of Inciting Violence

A Zagreb-based NGO has filed criminal charges against wartime Croatian general Branimir Glavas, accusing him of inciting violence and hatred at a rally to celebrate his release from jail.

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10 Feb 15 Montenegro, Croatia to Discuss War Theft Payback

Montenegro and Croatia will resume talks on their dispute about property and equipment stolen by Montenegrin troops serving with the Yugoslav Army in Dubrovnik during the war in 1991.

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09 Feb 15 Croatian President Gives Wartime Bosnian Leader Medal

Outgoing Croatian President Ivo Josipovic decorated wartime Bosnian presidency member Ejup Ganic, who was accused by Serbia of ordering a deadly attack on Yugoslav troops in 1992.

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09 Feb 15 Croatia Cancels Operation Storm War Crimes Indictment

The Croatian state attorney’s office withdrew an indictment against two former special police force members for war crimes committed immediately after the Operation Storm military offensive in August 1995.

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06 Feb 15 Glavas To Remain at Liberty Awaiting Fresh Trial

Former general Branimir Glavas will stay outside prison while awaiting a new trial before Croatia's Supreme Court.

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