Macedonian journalists and clergy are next in line for the controversial process of lustration aimed at purging former police informants from public office.
A video of a Serb journalist interviewing a Bosniak in Srebrenica in July 1995 has gone viral in Bosnia, with the reporter, Slobodan Vaskovic, facing serious criticism.
A Dutch TV station has reached a settlement with the Croatian General Ante Gotovina, a war crimes indictee currently on trial before the Hague Tribunal, for including certain images in a documentary about his alleged crimes.
An Australian surgeon who lifted the lid on his time fighting with the Kosovo Liberation Army in explosive memoirs published this year has condemned the ‘smear campaign’ launched against him by the Serbian war crimes prosecutor.
Human Rights Day at the Sarajevo Film Festival was held on Thursday for the second year in a row, in cooperation with the Swiss Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In sentencing Milan Gvero, the ICTY for the first time recognised the importance of media propaganda in the mass executions that took place in eastern Bosnia in 1995.
The Greek judiciary has decided to go ahead with a libel suit against Greek journalist Takis Michas on charges that he falsely claimed that paramilitaries from the country took part in the massacre in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica during the war there.
Wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic accused prosecution witness Arnout Van Lynden of producing biased and unprofessional reports from Sarajevo during the war.>>>
No indictment will be issued against media outlets and journalists in Serbia for responsibility in inciting hatred during the wars in the Yugoslav successor states, though the situation could change as the investigation continues, the Serbian war crimes prosecutor has said.>>>
Journalists and media outlets who may have in some way instigated war crimes during the 1991-1995 wars in the former Yugoslavia will be investigated by Serbia's Special War Crimes Prosecutor, media reported yesterday.
Zagreb _ One of the most wanted Nazi suspects has said he took part in deportations of “disloyal non-Croats” but to their homelands, not to the concentration camps.
Zagreb _ Croatia has been criticised for a lack of political will in arresting Nazis for the second year in a row.
Zagreb _ Serbia’s President said his country will not seek compensation from Croatia over crimes committed against Serbs during the Second World War.
Zagreb _ Eight Croatian journalists have been summoned for questioning by the Hague war crimes Tribunal in connection with the publication of a classified document about a forthcoming trial.