A movement set up to "end the persecution of Croatian defenders" will stage a protest in Zagreb during the visit of chief Hague Prosecutor Serge Brammertz on May 4.
A group of Croatian war veterans, who have been on hunger strike for ten days in protest over the verdict against Croatian general Ante Gotovina, will meet the parliament speaker on Friday.
About 200 members of the Croat diaspora in the U.S. staged a protest dubbed “Free Generals Gotovina and Markac” in front of the UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday.
After Croatia closed two more chapters in its EU entry talks on Tuesday, the country's prime minister said that the June goal for wrapping up the negotiations is still attainable.
Croatia plans to launch initiatives to refute the findings of the UN war crimes court that Croatian political and military leaders participated in a joint criminal enterprise during the war in the 1990s.
War veterans in Croatia will hold a protest rally in Zagreb on Saturday, the day after the UN war crimes tribunal delivers a much-anticipated verdict in the case of Ante Gotovina and two other Croatian generals.
The chief prosecutor at the UN war crimes tribunal will wrap up a visit to Bosnia on Tuesday, as he prepares his report on Sarajevo's cooperation with the court for the UN Security Council.
Serbian police searched for war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic on Friday morning in a village in the centre of the country.
Serbian police launched an operation on Thursday morning north of Belgrade in the search for evidence related to war crimes fugitive Goran Hadzic.>>>
Chief Hague Prosecutor Serge Brammertz met on Tuesday with the Serbian war crimes prosecutor, as Belgrade stressed that Serbia's cooperation with the tribunal is "good".
The UN war crimes tribunal held a training session for legal professionals from several courts in Montenegro on Tuesday, in an effort to improve their capacity to handle complex war crimes cases.
Two Bosnian NGOs are determined to file a lawsuit against former Hague Tribunal chief prosecutor Carla Del Ponte over the destruction of evidence at the court.
Chief UN war crimes prosecutor due in Serbia on Monday to discuss cooperation with The Hague tribunal and the unsolved hunt for Ratko Mladic.
The transfer of Berko Zecevic to the Hague Tribunal, where prosecutors want him to testify at Radovan Karadzic's trial, took place on Thursday as planned, his Defence attorney told BIRN-Justice Report.
Serbian police began a search of a Belgrade apartment owned by Darko Mladic, the son of the war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic, early this morning.