After six days of searching, Montenegrin investigators and forensic experts from the EU rule of law mission in Kosovo (EULEX) say they have not found evidence of mass graves in the area around Andrijevica, near the border with Kosovo.
Tens of thousands of people from Bosnia and abroad began arriving in Srebrenica in the early morning hours on Sunday to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the largest mass murder in Europe since World War II.
Serbian deputy war crimes prosecutor Bruno Vekaric has announced that investigators have started work at a mass grave located in the Raska area in southwestern Serbia which is believed to contain more than 250 bodies of Kosovo Albanians killed during the 1998-99 war.
Macedonia will probe allegations of possible mass graves on its territory containing civilian victims from the 1998-1999 conflict in Kosovo, Macedonia’s Foreign Ministry told Balkan Insight on Thursday.
Eleven years since the end of the wars in the former Yugoslavia, more than 15,000 people remain on the lists of missing persons.>>>
Bosnian authorities have begun excavating a new mass grave discovered in eastern Bosnia and believed to contain the remains of Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) civilians killed by Serb forces during the 1992-95 war, an official told Balkan Insight on Wednesday.>>>
Representatives of Belgrade and Pristina, members of a working group aimed at shedding light on the fate of missing persons in Kosovo, have exchanged information on the Rudnica mass grave site, near the town of Raska in Serbia.>>>
The Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office has called for an investigation to begin at a mass grave site in the southwestern Serbian town of Raska.>>>
Families of victims of the Srebrenica massacre want to file a lawsuit against Carla del Ponte over the destruction of artifacts found in mass graves at the site.>>>
While exhumation of a mass grave believed to contain the bodies of Kosovo Albanians is expected to start soon in Serbia, the Association of Families of Missing Serbs from Kosovo has announced that it will try to block the move unless certain conditions are met.>>>
The remains of eight missing persons have been found buried in the Vushtrri/Vucitrn region of Kosovo.>>>
Serbia has uncovered a mass grave believed to contain the bodies of 250 ethnic Albanian victims from the 1998-99 conflict. The grave is located in the Raska area in southwestern Serbia, Bruno Vekaric, spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor, announced on Monday.
The Swiss organisation Track Impunity Always, or TRIAL, has filed three suits against Bosnia and Herzegovina at the European Court of Human Rights.>>>
According to the International Committee of the Red Cross, 10,000 people are still considered missing after the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.>>>