In sentencing Milan Gvero, the ICTY for the first time recognised the importance of media propaganda in the mass executions that took place in eastern Bosnia in 1995.
Momcilo Mandic testified at the trial of Radovan Karadzic that some individuals carried out ethnic cleansing of the non-Serbian population in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war, but that they did not do it on behalf of the Bosnian Serb government.
Prosecutors have filed an indictment at the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina against Marko Boskic, a former member of the 10th reconnaissance squad with the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, for participating in the shooting of Bosniaks in July 1995.
Momcilo Mandic has testified at the trial of Radovan Karadzic that Biljana Plavsic, a top wartime Bosnian Serb leader, had in some respects greater authority than the former Bosnian Serb president Karadzic.
The prosecution at the ICTY presented witness Momcilo Mandic with a number of recordings of intercepted conversations from 1991 in an attempt to show that Radovan Karadzic interfered in the placement of employees in the police forces.
Milenko Krstic has admitted in the front of a court in the U.S. that he lied to the immigration authorities about his role during the war in Bosnia, The Oregonian newspaper reports.
The minister of justice in Radovan Karadzic's wartime government, Momcilo Mandic, began his testimony today at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and asked not to be called the prosecution witness but rather the court witness.
The Council of Europe Development Bank, CEB, and Bosnia have signed an agreement in Sarajevo on Wednesday for a €19.3 million loan for the building of a modern high-security prison in the Balkan country.
The appeals chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, has confirmed the first instance verdict against the late Rasim Delic, the highest-ranking member of the Bosnian Army to be convicted by the UN war crimes tribunal.
After promising that he will make the rest of his cross-examination interesting even for the trial chamber, wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was given an additional two hours with protected witness 185.
The president of the ICTY has granted the early release of Milan Gvero, sentenced by a first instance to five years in prison for his role in the Srebrenica genocide. Gvero was released from detention today.
The prosecution at the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has called a protected witness, a former member of the French Battalion with UNPROFOR in Sarajevo, whose testimony was conducted in large part in a closed session.
The war crimes prosecutor in Belgrade has submitted an indictment against four people for crimes committed in Croatia in 1991.
Over the past seven days Belgrade delivered some 200 pages of materials and two videos to the Magistrates Court in London in relation to the extradition case of Ejup Ganic, a former member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the prosecution revealed today at a procedural hearing.
If accepted as evidence, the notebooks will have a bearing on seven of the nine trials ongoing before the ICTY, starting with that of Mladic’s wartime colleague, Radovan Karadzic.