23 Jan 15 NATO Victims’ Families Condemn Charlie Hebdo Comparison

Relatives of those killed in the NATO bombing of the Serbian public broadcaster RTS in 1999 said that they resent comparisons with the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

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26 Nov 14 ‘Camps of Death’ Film Premieres in Bosnia

The new documentary contains powerful testimony from 67 wartime detention camp prisoners about the torture, murders, physical and psychological abuse that they witnessed.

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25 Nov 14 Serbian Media ‘Ethnically Biased’ on War Crimes

Serbian media still show significant ethnic bias when reporting on war crimes trials in domestic courts, portraying Serbs as the victims and promoting nationalist ideas.

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20 Nov 14 BIRN Documentary 'Silent Scream' Shown in Sarajevo

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network’s new documentary about victims of sexual violence had its premiere in the Bosnian capital on Wednesday and provoked a vigorous discussion.

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22 Sep 14 Genocide Trial Archive Opens at Srebrenica Memorial

The Sense news agency, which covers war crimes trials, opened the new archive of case documents, witness testimonies and forensic evidence at the Srebrenica genocide memorial centre in Potocari.

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16 Sep 14 BIRN Film Premieres in Kosovo’s Divided Mitrovica

The screening of BIRN’s road-movie documentary The Majority Starts Here in Mitrovica was followed by a debate examining how transitional justice can address the grievances of the wartime past.

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04 Jul 14 BIRN Missing Persons Documentary Premieres in Sarajevo

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network’s new documentary, ‘Missing You…’, looks at the arduous and traumatic experience of searching for loved ones who have disappeared.

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19 Jun 14 Yugoslav Wartime Cartoon Show Relives 1990s Resistance

A new exhibition in Belgrade illustrates how political humour was used to combat censorship, war-mongering and the authoritarian regime of Slobodan Milosevic.

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11 Jun 14 Serbian Journalist Mourned as Killers Remain at Large

Former colleagues of journalist Milan Pantic said that 13 years after his murder, the Serbian authorities have still not brought the perpetrators of this Milosevic-era killing to court.

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09 Jun 14 Serbia Charges Security Officers With Journalist’s Murder

Four former state security officers have been charged with the 1999 killing of prominent Serbian journalist Slavko Curuvija, one of the most notorious crimes of the late Milosevic era.

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05 Jun 14 Serbia Completes Probe of Milosevic-Era Journalist’s Slaying

Prosecutors have finished investigating the 1999 assassination of prominent journalist and government opponent Slavko Curuvija, one of the most notorious crimes of the late Milosevic era.

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06 May 14 Make All War Crimes Trials Public, Bosnia Urged

All war crimes trials must be public, as well as the full names of the perpetrators, while the current practice of ‘anonymisation’ of suspects should end, a conference in Sarajevo heard.

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22 Apr 14 Serbia Urged to Probe NATO Bombing of State TV

The Journalists’ Association of Serbia called on the authorities to reveal secret documents about the NATO bombing of the public broadcaster in 1999, when 16 people were killed.

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25 Mar 14 Tweets Hailing NATO's Kosovo War Offend Serbia

An image posted on Twitter lauding NATO's air war against Serbia has angered the Belgrade authorities, who have called it offensive.

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20 Mar 14 ICTY Film on Witnesses Shown In Zagreb

The Hague Tribunal documentary about key witness testimonies from the 1990s has had its premiere in the Croatian capital, Zagreb.

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