The crimes committed against Sarajevo's Serbs are once again the subject of heated discussions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Justice Report analyses the available data and talks to the victims' families, who are longing for the truth more than ten years after the crimes were committed.
Bishop says time has come to solve spate of unsolved wartime murders of Croat civilians.
The Bosnian Serb authorities continue to employ a man linked to the separation and inhumane treatment of civilians after the fall of Srebrenica.
If truth commissions are to do any good, their relationship to existing courts must be sorted out first.
While Bosniak survivors of war were most furious, many Serbs hailed the verdict as victory of common sense.
Controversial new body no closer to starting work than when it was first mooted in 2004.
Blow to Sarajevo as judges rule Belgrade did not aid or abet genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992-5 war.
A Croatian politician on trial for war crimes has been elected to parliament, raising the issue of whether or not he will be released from custody in order to take his seat.
Sentences handed down by the Hague Tribunal have wrong-footed Croatian Prime Minister Sanader and fuelled right-wing calls for an end to Croatia’s cooperation with the ICTY.
Sarajevo_ Bosnia’s Minister of Justice, Barisa Colak, has called for urgent action to deal with the huge obstacles in the way of prosecuting war crimes suspects, while courts across country continue to apply five different criminal codes.
War crimes trials in Bosnia’s smaller entity are on increase, mainly due to the establishment of the state War Crimes Chamber, but their success depends on the support of local and foreign institutions.
Experts query draft law on how the process would work, while victims complain they have not been consulted.
Demand that Zagreb signs agreement on the International Criminal Court bitterly divides Croatia.
In skipping ultra-nationalist messages in the elections, Serbian radicals appear to be embracing change.
After years of delays, an international court will finally decide whether the Serbian state is guilty of this grave crime.
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.
Key dates and events in the Bosnia war.