20 Jan 17 Croatian School Removes Anne Frank Exhibition

An exhibition on Anne Frank was removed from a school in the town of Sibenik over claims the Croatian WWII fascist Ustasa fighters were depicted as villains and anti-fascist Partisans as innocents.

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17 Jan 17 Yugoslav General Who Staged Croatia Retreat Dies

Former Yugoslav People’s Army general Vladimir Trifunovic, who was prosecuted for treason in Serbia and war crimes in Croatia, remained controversial for his dramatic withdrawal from Croatia in 1991.

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17 Jan 17 Serbian Ruling Party Hosts War Crimes Convict

The ruling Serbian Progressive Party has been hosting Veselin Sljivancanin, who was convicted by the Hague Tribunal of responsibility for the 1991 Vukovar massacre, as a speaker at party events.

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16 Jan 17 Croatian Serb Policeman Charged over Village Raid

Former police chief Milenko Zelenbaba, a Serbian citizen, was charged with committing war crimes against Croat villagers near the southern town of Knin in 1992.

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11 Jan 17 Croatia Tries Soldier for Operation Storm Killings

Rajko Krickovic, a retired soldier from the Croatian Army’s 118th Home Guard Regiment, went on trial for war crimes committed after Croatia military’s Operation Storm in August 1995.

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05 Jan 17 Croatian ‘Salami King’ Awaits War Profiteering Trial

A well-known Croatian producer of salami and other meat products, Georg ‘Djuro’ Gavrilovic, will go on trial at a Zagreb court in May for alleged war profiteering.

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04 Jan 17 Croatia Urges Serbia to Return Religious Artefacts

The Croatian culture ministry demanded the return of over 1,000 artefacts taken to Serbia from Orthodox churches and monasteries during the 1990s wars and thousands of items that went missing from its museums.

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30 Dec 16 Nine Bosnian Croats Indicted in Controversial Orasje Case

Nine former Croatian Defence Council fighters have been charged with committing crimes against Serbs in the town of Orasje during wartime - a case that has angered Zagreb and Croats in Bosnia.

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29 Dec 16 Croatian Activists Target Fascist Slogan Near WWII Camp

Police questioned youth activists who covered up a controversial plaque which includes a fascist slogan near the Croatian WWII concentration camp in Jasenovac.

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22 Dec 16 Croatia Identifies Remains of 20 Serb War Victims

A Croatian medical team has made positive identifications of the remains of 20 Serbs who were killed during the war in Croatia in the 1990s.

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14 Dec 16 Serbian Activists Protest over Vandalised Vukovar Exhibition

Youth activists in Novi Sad staged a protest after an exhibition depicting the destruction of the Croatian town of Vukovar by the Yugoslav People’s Army in 1991 was vandalised.

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13 Dec 16 600 Wartime Detention Sites Identified in Bosnia

Newly-published research has identified 600 sites at which around 160,000 prisoners were detained during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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13 Dec 16 Croatia Unveils Military Monument at Prison Camp Site

Croatian officials and veterans opened a monument to a military police battalion at the former Lora prison camp, where several Serbs were tortured and killed by battalion members in 1992.

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07 Dec 16 Murdered Serb Family Commemorated in Zagreb

The Anti-Fascist League of Croatia commemorated the 25th anniversary of the killing in Zagreb of a Serb family, including a 12-year-old girl, by reservist policemen who were never convicted.

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06 Dec 16 Activists Urge Montenegro To Punish Dubrovnik Attackers

Marking the 25th anniversary of the Yugoslav People’s Army attack on the Croatian port town of Dubrovnik, rights groups urged the authorities to prosecute Montenegrins who participated in it.

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