The presentation of evidence in the case of deportation of refugees from Montenegro to Republika Srpska in 1992 ended in less than a week after the retrial started.>>>
Retrial of former policemen charged with deporting refugees from Montenegro to Bosnian Serbs in 1992 began on Thursday with the indictees pleading not guilty.>>>
Roma refugees who lost their homes and belongings in a barracks to a July fire should be rehoused in containers within the next two months.>>>
The families of missing persons agree with Amnesty International’s assessment that the lack of progress in finding their loved ones is a result of the fact that war crimes perpetrators still wield political influence.>>>
Residents of a Roma refugee camp on the outskirts of the capital, which caught fire in July, may have to be rehoused in containers until permanent homes can be built for them in 2013.>>>
Former university rector's call for Bosnia to reclaim slice of Montenegro's coast draws no response in corridors of power in Bosnia and Montenegro.>>>
Almost a hundred Kosovo Roma, who were made homeless after a fire destroyed parts of the Konik refugee camp, staged a protest on Wednesday in front of the Montenegrin government headquarters.
After members of the Petrovic dynasty were granted Montenegrin citizenship, the interior minister said that the consequences of what he sees as the violent annexation of country in 1918 have been put to rest.>>>
Montenegro still lacks an objective and transparent system for appointing and assessing judges, claims a local NGO’s report.>>>
Montenegro and its Bosniak community marked the 17th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide by saying that the country has still not fully faced up to its past, and naming one of the streets in the capital after a Bosnian war hero.>>>
The prosecution and the defence teams have asked that the first instance verdict of the case against 6 ex army reservists, charged with war crimes against POWs in the Morinj camp in 1991 and 1992, be overturned.>>>
A Montenegrin party has urged the Venice Commission to consider the opposition’s proposals for constitutional changes aimed at a judiciary reform.>>>
The President of Montenegro and the Minister of the Interior spoke to the delegation of the regional NGO, promising the country will host its next conference and actively follow its recommendations.
The Montenegrin Association of 1990s war veterans has urged an investigation of war crimes against Montenegrins in Croatia in 1992 and called for the change of an agreement which would, they say, allow such an investigation to proceed.>>>
Dragoslav Mihailovic, the leader of the monarchist Chetnik army during World War 2, was seen by Nazi Germany as a leader of the resistance movement in Serbia, argues historian Bojan Dimitrijevic.>>>