A former Bosnian Serb mayor who was arrested earlier this week on Croatian war crimes charges for the shelling of Dubrovnik is also under investigation in his home country.
Germany has arrested a Croatian Serb former policeman convicted in Croatia on war crimes charges.
Serbia's arrest of a Bosnian mayor who faces war crimes charges in Croatia over the shelling of the ancient city of Dubrovnik has provoked opposing reactions in Bosnia.
A Serbian court has sentenced four members of Croatian Serb military forces to 12 years in prison each for killing a Croat-Serb family in 1991.
A Dutch TV station has reached a settlement with the Croatian General Ante Gotovina, a war crimes indictee currently on trial before the Hague Tribunal, for including certain images in a documentary about his alleged crimes.
An association of Croatian war veterans has announced that they will hold a protest in Zagreb's central Ban Josip Jelacic square on Saturday, inviting farmers, unionists and fishermen to join.
Serbian police launched an operation on Thursday morning north of Belgrade in the search for evidence related to war crimes fugitive Goran Hadzic.>>>
About a thousand war veterans from throughout Croatia gathered in Grubisno Polje on Sunday to express their support for two wartime comrades who are in custody abroad on suspicion of war crimes.
Bosnia's state court has approved Serbia's request for the extradition of Croatian citizen Tihomir Purda, wanted in Serbia on suspicion of war crimes, Purda's defence attorney confirmed to BIRN – Justice Report.
Croatia's Minister of Justice has said that if Bosnia extradites Croatian war crimes suspect Tihomir Purda to Serbia, Zagreb may file a lawsuit at the European Court of Human Rights.
Serbia and Croatia have both sent requests for the extradition of Serb paramilitary Milorad Momic, who was recently arrested in France after hiding from police for years.
Croatia will ask France to extradite Milorad Momic, a former member of the Serb paramilitary group "Scorpions" who was arrested last week.
Amnesty International wants the EU to pressure Croatia to step up war crimes prosecutions and consider the rights group's remarks when assessing Zagreb's progress in membership talks.
The head of one of Bosnia's largest political parties has said that a Croatian war veteran arrested in Bosnia and wanted by Serbia should not be extradited to Belgrade.
Croatia's disabled war veterans' association, HVIDRA, has urged the government to withdraw its ambassador to Belgrade over the controversial case of a Croatian war veteran wanted by Serbia.