A report on the Montenegrin judiciary recognises pro-reform achievements, but calls for higher quality work from the courts and for their financial independence.
Three Montenegrin public figures filed charges against the country's high-ranking officials for their role in the deportations of refugees in 1992.
Although countries from the region had hoped to obtain more than half billion euros to solve outstanding refugee issues, they came out of a donors’ conference with less than two thirds of that sum.
The Appellate Court acquitted seven expolicemen and Yugoslav army officers of charges for the inhuman treatment of Bosniaks in Montenegro’s Bukovica area in 1992 and 1993.
Montenegrin prosecutors questioned witnesses in Sarajevo to investigate charges that an ex policeman was involved in the deportation of refugees from Montenegro to Republika Srpska in 1992.
After decades of living as one country, the successor states of former Yugoslavia are taking time to adjust to their new boundaries.>>>
The first ever book about life in the ICTY prison is about to hit the newsstands in Serbia, Montenegro and Republika Srpska.>>>
Filip Vujanovic, the President of Montenegro, gave tribute to the Croat Civil Society of Montenegro for its achievements in bringing about reconciliation between Montenegro and Croatia.>>>
The Montenegrin government, the Red Cross and the OSCE have signed a cooperation agreement to help refugees in the country, and urged the countries of origin to assist them.>>>
The presentation of evidence at the trial of eight ex-Yugoslav Army officers charged with killing ethnic Albanians in 1999 in the Kaludjerski Laz area in Montenegro ended on Wednesday.>>>
A Montenegrin state prosecutor and victims' families appealed the acquittal of seven indictees, charged for the inhuman treatment of Bosniaks in the Bukovica area in 1992 and 1993.>>>
On the 13th anniversary of the NATO bombing, the Belgrade authorities unveiled a memorial dedicated to all victims of war in the former Yugoslavia from 1990 until 1999.
Over 300 refugees from Kosovo now living in Montenegro want to go home but cannot unless the Kosovo authorities help them, a government report says.>>>
Countries from the region hope a donors' conference in Sarajevo will raise more than half billion euro to solve outstanding refugee issues.>>>
The appeal court in Podgorica made public its reasons for overturning the acquittal of nine ex policemen indicted for deporting refugees to Republika Srpska in 1992.>>>