Belgrade _ Serbia has improved its cooperation with the Hague-based UN war crimes Tribunal, but it still has to arrest top war crimes fugitives, the Tribunal’s Chief Prosecutor said on Monday.
Sarajevo _ For the first time since Bosnia’s War Crimes Chamber was established, a defendant’s lawyers and the state prosecution service have reached a plea bargain agreement.
Zagreb_ The Croatian parliament has criticised the Hague war crimes Tribunal for, what MPs say, its lenient treatment of three former Yugoslav army officers accused of mass murder at Vukovar.
Sarajevo _ A former Bosnian Serb officer has gone on trial before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for genocide committed against Muslims in Srebrenica in 1995.
Zagreb _ Eight Croatian journalists have been summoned for questioning by the Hague war crimes Tribunal in connection with the publication of a classified document about a forthcoming trial.
Sarajevo _ A former officer in the Bosnian Serbs army has been detained in connection with the killing of 71 civilians in the town of Tuzla during the war in 1995.
Zagreb_ Prosecutors at the war crimes Tribunal in The Hague have decided not to appeal against the controversial acquittal of a former Yugoslav army officer on charges of killing Croatian prisoners in 1991.
Zagreb _ Croatia’s minister of justice has expressed her surprise that prosecutors decided not to appeal against the acquittal by The Hague Tribunal of a former Yugoslav army officer on charges of killing Croatian prisoners in 1991.
Belgrade _ Serbian police have questioned the son of most-wanted war crimes suspect, Ratko Mladic, a government minister said Tuesday.
Belgrade _ Carla Del Ponte, the Chief Prosecutor of the UN war crimes Tribunal, arrived in Belgrade on Thursday to review the Serbian authorities’ efforts to arrest war crimes fugitives, including General Ratko Mladic.
Bosnian observers react with suspicion to new pressure on local officials to target the finances of relatives of top war crimes suspects still at large.
Belgrade _ The Serbian authorities have received several anonymous calls about the prominent war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic since they offered a big reward to secure his arrest.
Sarajevo_ Acting on a warrant issued by the BiH Prosecutor's Office, agents of the State Investigation and Protection Agency, SIPA arrested a war-crimes suspect early this morning.
Zagreb_ Croatia has reacted angrily to what it regards as the leniency of the Hague war crimes Tribunal’s verdict in the case of three former Yugoslav army officers tried for the mass killing of Croats in Vukovar in 1991.
Belgrade _ Carla Del Ponte, the Chief Prosecutor of the Hague-based UN war crimes tribunal arrived in Belgrade Thursday to press the Serbian authorities into arresting the remaining war crimes fugitives.