The bodies of 56 Serb civilians killed during the Croatian Army’s ‘Operation Storm’ in 1995 were found in a mass grave in the coastal city of Zadar.>>>
The exhumation of a suspected mass grave containing bodies of Serb civilians killed during the Croatian Army’s ‘Operation Storm’ in 1995 has begun in the coastal city of Zadar.>>>
Croatian foreign minister Vesna Pusic said that after “big steps” were taken to find Croats missing since wartime, Zagreb and Belgrade could drop mutual allegations of genocide.>>>
As Kosovo marked its annual missing persons day, its president promised justice for all those whose bodies still haven’t been found since the late 1990s war with Serbian forces.>>>
Ten more bodies of people killed during wartime have been exhumed in the Croatian village of Sotin near Vukovar after a collaborative investigation by the Zagreb and Belgrade authorities.>>>
A suspected mass grave containing at least three bodies has been exhumed in the Croatian village of Sotin near Vukovar after a collaborative investigation by the Zagreb and Belgrade authorities.>>>
A new human rights report on Macedonia has brought hope for relatives of people who’ve been missing since the armed conflict between government forces and rebels in 2001.
The EU rule of law mission in Kosovo has recovered the remains of seven people who have been missing since the conflict with Serbian forces in the late 1990s.>>>
The Bosnian prosecutor and the International Commission on Missing Persons will use satellite imagery in a bid to find the last undiscovered mass graves from the 1990s conflict.>>>
Establishing what happened to people who disappeared during the 1990s wars is necessary to create lasting peace in the Balkans, said Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic.>>>
Relatives of people who disappeared during wartime boycotted a session of Kosovo’s missing persons commission after not being allowed to meet EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton.>>>
The EU’s representative in Kosovo, Samuel Zbogar, said the issue of the 1,762 people missing since the late 1990s war with Serbian forces was an “emotional bomb”.>>>
The remains of 20 people missing since the war in Croatia were identified, as Zagreb and Belgrade vowed to work together in the search for more lost victims.
A Kosovo campaign group has urged the authorities not to play ethnic politics while investigating wartime missing persons cases.>>>
Kosovo wants the international community to put pressure on Belgrade to resolve the issue of people who when missing during 1998-1999 war.>>>