bosnian-minister-urges-prosecutors-to-quiz-warmongers--01-19-2017
19 Jan 17 Bosnian Minister Asks Prosecutors to Quiz ‘Warmongers’

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Security Minister Dragan Mektic called on prosecutors to question two high-profile commentators who predicted that war would break out again in the country.

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19 Jan 17 Bosnians Urged to Help Identify Vucic Attackers

Bosnian police have asked the public to help identify those who attacked Serbia's Prime Minister at the 2015 memorial to the Srebrenica massacre.

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18 Jan 17 Bosnian Serb Leader Calls US Ambassador ‘Enemy’

Republika Srpska’s President Milorad Dodik responded to US sanctions imposed on him with a blistering attack on the US ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, who he described as Bosnian Serbs’ enemy.

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18 Jan 17 Protest Sparks Clash at Serbian Ruling Party Event

Youth Initiative for Human Rights activists said they were attacked at a Serbian Progressive Party event in Beska when they protested about the featured speaker, war crimes convict Veselin Sljivancanin.

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17 Jan 17 US Sanctions Dodik for Obstructing Dayton Agreement

The US Treasury confirmed sanctions against Republika Srpska president Milorad Dodik on Tuesday after he defied rulings handed down by Bosnia's Constitutional Court.

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17 Jan 17 Kosovo Veteran’s Photographs Document Wartime Crimes

War crimes against Albanian civilians in the Gjakova/Djakovica area during the 1998-99 conflict are documented in an exhibition of pictures by Kosovo Liberation Army veteran Shkendije Hoda.

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17 Jan 17 Yugoslav General Who Staged Croatia Retreat Dies

Former Yugoslav People’s Army general Vladimir Trifunovic, who was prosecuted for treason in Serbia and war crimes in Croatia, remained controversial for his dramatic withdrawal from Croatia in 1991.

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17 Jan 17 Serbian Ruling Party Hosts War Crimes Convict

The ruling Serbian Progressive Party has been hosting Veselin Sljivancanin, who was convicted by the Hague Tribunal of responsibility for the 1991 Vukovar massacre, as a speaker at party events.

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16 Jan 17 Crime Gang Leader ‘Admitted Killing Serbian Journalist’

Miladin Suvajdzic, a former member of the so-called Zemun Clan, testified in court that that one of the crime gang’s leaders “confessed” to killing Serbian opposition journalist Slavko Curuvija in 1999.

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16 Jan 17 Croatian Serb Policeman Charged over Village Raid

Former police chief Milenko Zelenbaba, a Serbian citizen, was charged with committing war crimes against Croat villagers near the southern town of Knin in 1992.

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kosovo-indicts-kla-ex-guerrilla-for-war-crimes-01-16-2017
16 Jan 17 Kosovo Indicts KLA Ex-Guerrilla for War Crimes

Kosovo’s Special Prosecution has filed an indictment against former Kosovo Liberation Army guerrilla Remiz Shala, accusing him of abducting an ethnic Albanian civilian suspected of collaborating with Serbia.

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photographers-document-bosnia-s-war-of-memories--01-13-2017
13 Jan 17 Photographers Document Bosnia’s ‘War of Memories’

An exhibition of pictures by two Bosnian photographers offers stark images of memorials to people of all ethnic groups who were killed during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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13 Jan 17 Kosovo MP Fatmir Limaj’s War Crimes Trial Opens

Former guerrilla commander turned Kosovo MP Fatmir Limaj pleaded not guilty at the start of his trial to accusations that he was responsible for the murder of two Kosovo Albanian civilians in October 1998.

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13 Jan 17 Serbia Demands Haradinaj’s Extradition from France

The Serbian government urged France to send former Kosovo Liberation Army commander and ex-PM Ramush Haradinaj to Belgrade to face war crimes charges, threatening retraliation if he isn’t extradited.

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12 Jan 17 Bosnian Serbs Suspend Contact with High Representative

The Republika Srpska government said it cut communications with Bosnia’s High Representative Valentin Inzko after he reportedly compared the entity’s banned ‘statehood day’ celebrations to commemorations of a Croatian WWII-era Nazi puppet state.

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