Nine exhumed victims of the war in Croatia were identified yesterday by their families in Zagreb.>>>
Experts have so far identified 162 people from remains found in Lake Perucac on the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.>>>
Tomislav Mercep, a former Croatian assistant interior minister, is to stand trial for war crimes on February 10 at Zagreb County Court, the court announced.>>>
At a meeting on Mt Vlasic, representatives of Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia discussed the future of the search for and identification of missing persons, and agreed to continue co-operation.>>>
When Hava Muhic gave birth to a stillborn girl in Srebrenica in July 1995, Dutch soldiers took the body away. Years on, the search for her grave - and others - is ongoing.>>>
The search for more than 400 missing persons in Kosovo has stalled, the director of the International Commission on Missing Persons says.
Release of database listing 35,000 people missing from 1992-95 war hailed as major step towards determining the fate of those left unaccounted for, 15 years after the conflict ended.>>>
Bosnian forensic experts have begun exhuming a mass grave in the east of the country believed to hide the remains of Bosniak civilians killed in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, an official said Tuesday.
Almost 500 human bone fragments of victims of the Bosnian war have been found in a lake on the border between Bosnia and Serbia following a search by a multiethnic team, officials said on Tuesday.
War crimes investigators have begun searching a fresh site in a Serbian village believed to contain a mass grave holding the bodies of more than 250 Kosovo Albanians killed during the 1998-99 war.
The corpses of about 250 civilians, believed to be victims of the 1992 Visegrad killings in Bosnia, have been found in Perucac lake on the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
Macedonia suspects political motives lie behind Pristina’s demand to inspect two sites in the country, where it believes about 40 missing citizens from the 1999 conflict may be buried.
A search has been launched for the bodies of 20 Kosovo Serb civilians allegedly buried in a mass grave after being killed during the conflict in Kosovo.
The International Day of the Disappeared, marking the plight of individuals incarcerated in places unknown by their relatives, has been marked in Kosovo.
The remains of scores of civilians from the 1992 Visegrad killings in Bosnia have been found in Perucac lake, investigators have said, while the search for the bodies of victims from Kosovo continues.