ex-croatian-officials-blame-yugoslav-general-for-war-crimes
01 Oct 14 Yugoslav General Sparks Vukovar War Crimes Controversy

Croatian wartime officials accused former Yugoslav general Andrija Raseta of responsibility for atrocities in Vukovar in 1991 after he gave a controversial interview blaming Serb paramilitaries.

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croatian-war-veterans-present-cyrillic-ultimatum
24 Sep 14 Croatia Veterans Give Govt Cyrillic Ultimatum

Veterans said all bilingual signs in Croatian and Serb Cyrillic must be removed from Vukovar or government politicians will be not be welcome at the annual commemoration of the town’s wartime fall.

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croatia-police-arrest-anti-cyrillic-activists-in-vukovar
23 Sep 14 Croatia Police Arrest Anti-Cyrillic Activists in Vukovar

Five people were arrested after war veterans tore down bilingual signs in Croatian Latin and Serbian Cyrillic script in the latest unrest over the language issue in the wartime flashpoint town.

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republic-of-ilirida-declared-in-macedonia
19 Sep 14 Albanians Declare 'Republic' in Macedonia

A small crowd of ethnic Albanians gathered on Thursday in Skope to hear an ex-politician proclaim the 'Republic of Ilirida' - but few Macedonians are taking it that seriously, so far.

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macedonia-to-employ-more-minority-civil-servants
18 Sep 14 Macedonia to Hire More Ethnic Albanian Civil Servants

Macedonia is seeking to recruit more ethnic-minority civil servants in a bid to fulfill the terms of the 2001 peace deal that ended an armed conflict with Albanian rebels.

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serbian-prosecution-to-investigate-army-of-sandzak
17 Sep 14 Sandzak’s Facebook ‘Army’ Causes Alarm in Serbia

Invitations to people on Facebook to join the so-called "Army of Sandzak" in a Bosniak-majority region of Serbia have prompted calls for prosecutors to investigate.

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serbian-ex-policeman-skips-trial-to-join-ukraine-rebels
16 Sep 14 Serbian Ex-Policeman Skips Trial to Join Ukraine Rebels

Despite being on trial for threatening Serbian peace campaigners with violence, Belgrade’s former anti-terrorist police spokesman has gone to fight alongside pro-Russian forces in Ukraine.

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croatian-spy-chiefs-face-joint-trial-in-germany
09 Sep 14 Croatian Spy Chiefs Face Joint Trial in Germany

Former Yugoslav intelligence officials Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac, charged with involvement in the murder of a political emigré in 1983, will go on trial in Munich next month.

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macedonian-collaborator-hunters-eye-serbian-secret-files
08 Sep 14 Macedonian Collaborator Hunters Eye Secret Serbian Files

Macedonia’s Lustration Commission, which investigates suspected collaborators with the former communist regime, now hopes to gain access to classified Yugoslav files stored in Serbia.

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croatia-war-veterans-stage-new-anti-cyrillic-protest
03 Sep 14 Croatia War Veterans Stage New Anti-Cyrillic Protest

Campaigners in Vukovar put large stickers with Croatian flags over Serb Cyrillic lettering on signs on official buildings in renewed protests after their bid to force a national referendum failed.

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croatia-changes-rules-on-referendum
20 Aug 14 Croatia Moves to Toughen Referendum Rules

Embarrassed by the success of right-wing groups in overturning government policy through referendums, the Croatian authorities are changing the rules.

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croatia-war-veterans-draw-comfort-from-court-ruling
13 Aug 14 Croatia War Veterans Draw Comfort From Court Ruling

Campaigners against bilingual signs say the court decision vetoing a referendum on the issue is not a total blow to their cause.

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kosovo-indicts-serb-politician
13 Aug 14 Oliver Ivanovic Indicted For War Crimes in Kosovo

Kosovo Special Prosecutor on Monday issued an indictment against the prominent Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic.

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croatia-court-vetoes-anti-cyrillic-referendum
12 Aug 14 Croatia Court Vetoes ‘Anti-Cyrillic’ Referendum

Court says referendum on minority rights - effectively centring on Serbian Cyrillic signs in Vukovar - may not take place as the proposed changes would undermine constitutionally guaranteed human rights.

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serbia-to-reconsider-rehabilitation-of-nazi-backed-ww2-leader
08 Aug 14 Serbia to Mull Rehabilitation of Nazi-Backed WWII Leader

Serbia’s high court was ordered to reconsider its decision to reject the rehabilitation of Milan Nedic, the controversial leader of a Nazi-backed puppet government during World War II.

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