24 Jul 14 Serbian Policeman’s Peace Group Threat Trial Postponed

The trial of former Serbian police spokesperson Radomir Pocuca for threatening the female peace campaign group Women in Black with violence has been postponed for a second time.

21 Jul 14 Germany to Try Top Yugoslav Spy for Murder

The start of the trial of former intelligence agent Josip Perkovic for his alleged involvement in a political assassination in 1983 has been scheduled for October.

15 Jul 14 Fugitive Croatian War Criminal Surrenders in Peru

Igor Mikola, a member of the ‘Mercepovci’ police unit involved in the notorious killing of a Serb family in Croatia in 1991, gave himself up after a gunfight in Lima.

11 Jul 14 Macedonia Albanian Protests Pass Off Peacefully

Ethnic Albanians took to the streets again on Friday in protest against the recent conviction of six alleged terrorists.

10 Jul 14 Macedonia Braces for Rival Ethnic Protests

Police are on alert after ethnic Albanian and Macedonian activists both called protests for Friday in the wake of unrest last week sparked by the convictions of alleged Islamist terrorists.

09 Jul 14 Retrial Demanded in Macedonia Mass Murder Case

An ethnic Albanian leader in Macedonia urged an internationally monitored retrial of the so-called 'Monster' case after six Albanians were found guilty of terrorism and jailed for life.

07 Jul 14 Macedonia PM Vows to Stop Ethnic Unrest

Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said he would not allow the escalation of violent unrest which erupted after the terrorism convictions of alleged Albanian Islamists for the killing of five ethnic Macedonians.

06 Jul 14 Macedonia Albanians Renew Protests After Unrest

Protesters returned to the streets in smaller numbers after violent unrest on Friday sparked by the terrorism convictions of alleged Albanian Islamists for the killing of five ethnic Macedonians.

05 Jul 14 Macedonia Protest Unrest Leaves 20 Police Injured

Police have restored calm after ethnic Albanian protesters clashed with riot squads at a rally against the jailing of alleged extremist Muslims for the ‘terrorist’ murders of ethnic Macedonians.

04 Jul 14 Unrest Erupts at Macedonia Albanians’ Terror Trial Protest

Several thousand protesters clashed with police in Skopje at a rally against the jailing of alleged extremist ethnic Albanian Muslims for the ‘terrorist’ murders of ethnic Macedonians.

04 Jul 14 Croatian Government Authenticates Anti-Cyrillic Petition

The authorities confirmed that a petition for a referendum to end official use of Serbian Cyrillic script in parts of Croatia has over 526,000 signatures – enough to trigger a vote.

01 Jul 14 Macedonia Albanian Activists Slam ‘Terrorism’ Murder Verdict

An ethnic Albanian NGO said that the terrorism convictions of six alleged Islamic extremists over the killings of five ethnic Macedonians in Skopje was a political set-up.

01 Jul 14 EU ‘Must Press Serbia to Punish 1990s Crimes’

During EU membership talks, Brussels must put pressure on Belgrade to end impunity for war crimes and human rights violations committed during the 1990s, Serbian campaigners urged.

30 Jun 14 Six Albanians Jailed for Macedonia ‘Terror’ Murders

Six alleged ethnic Albanian Muslim extremists have been jailed for life for terrorism over the killings of five ethnic Macedonians in Skopje - a case that raised ethnic tensions in the country.

27 Jun 14 Kosovo Serb Politician’s Custody Extended Again

Oliver Ivanovic, accused of war crimes against Kosovo Albanians and murders after the 1990s conflict, will be held in custody for two more months despite Belgrade’s protests.




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