18 Nov 15 Belgrade Peace Activists Mark Vukovar Anniversary

Human rights campaigners called on the government to place memorials at detention camps in Serbia where Croatian prisoners from Vukovar were imprisoned after it fell to Yugoslav troops in 1991.

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18 Nov 15 50,000 Croatians Commemorate Fall of Vukovar

Around 50,000 people from all over Croatia and abroad gathered to commemorate the 24th anniversary of the fall of the town of Vukovar to Yugoslav troops and Serb paramilitaries.

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30 Oct 15 Serbian Veterans Slam Threat to Russian WWII Graves

Threats to exhume the remains of Red Army soldiers who helped liberate the city of Kragujevac during WWII because of unpaid cemetery fees have angered Serbian war veterans.

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29 Oct 15 Croatian Serbs’ Killers Unpunished 24 Years On

Twenty-four years after Zagreb’s forces burned down Serb villagers’ houses in the east of Croatia, killing several dozen civilians, no one has yet been brought to justice.

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22 Oct 15 Belgrade Peace Activists Commemorate Bosniaks’ Deaths

Activists led by peace campaign group Women in Black commemorated the murders of 16 Bosniaks from Sjeverin in Serbia who were killed by Serb forces in Bosnia 23 years ago.

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20 Oct 15 Serbian Town Wants to Put Tito Back in Place

Locals in the western Serbian town of Uzice are confident that - more than two decades after it was removed - a statue of former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito, will be returned to where it once stood.

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13 Aug 15 Kosovo Serb Teenagers’ Killings Commemorated

Twelve years after two Serb teenagers were shot dead and several others wounded in the Kosovo village of Gorazdevac, their families called on the authorities to finally prosecute the killers.

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07 Aug 15 Bosniaks Commemorate Omarska Prison Camp Victims

Several hundred people commemorated the anniversary of the closing of one of the most notorious detention camps run by Bosnian Serb forces in north-west Bosnia in 1992.

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06 Aug 15 Croats Chant Anti-Serb Slogans at Nationalist Concert

Some 80,000 people watched nationalist singer Marko Perkovic Thompson celebrate the 20th anniversary of Croatia’s victorious Operation Storm, many chanting “Kill a Serb” and fascist slogans from WWII.

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05 Aug 15 Thousands Join Croatian Victory Celebrations in Knin

Thousands of people celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Croatian military’s victorious Operation Storm in Knin - the first town seized back from rebel Serbs during the offensive in August 1995.

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05 Aug 15 Croatia Celebrates Operation Storm Anniversary; Serbia Mourns

Croatia staged a military parade to mark the 20th anniversary of its victory in Operation Storm, which defeated Serb rebels, while Serbia commemorated the dead and the refugees.

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04 Aug 15 Croatia Marks 1995 Victory with Military Parade

Croatia is organising a showpiece military parade in Zagreb to mark the 20th anniversary of its victorious Operation Storm which crushed Serb rebels in August 1995.

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04 Aug 15 Croatian Serb Refugee Artists Depict Lost Homeland

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Croatia Army’s Operation Storm, Croatian Serb artists who fled the military offensive displayed paintings and sculptures about the place they left behind.

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03 Aug 15 Murdered Croatian Serb Peace Advocate Commemorated

Croatian NGOs commemorated Dmitar Obradovic, former head of the Vrginmost municipality, who was murdered by Serb forces in 1992 after trying to broker peace between local Croats and Serbs.

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31 Jul 15 ‘Operation Storm’ War Crimes Site Launched in Croatia

Croatian NGOs launched an interactive site showing the findings of the UN war crimes court in The Hague about the Croatian military’s 1995 ‘Operation Storm’ ahead of its 20th anniversary next week.

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