12 Feb 16 Serbia Sends Complaint to Hague Court

Serbia has sent a letter to the Hague-based war crimes court, after it criticised Serbia for not arresting three Radical Party members.

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12 Feb 16 Bosnia Misses Deadline on State Court Reform

Despite claims that a draft law on the powers of the state-level court would be agreed by the end of January, no agreement on its powers has in fact been reached.

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11 Feb 16 Serbia Asks Nigeria to Grill Organ Trade Witness

Serbia's war crimes prosecution has asked Nigeria to quizz a senior doctor who has accused a state governor and Kosovo’s foreign minister Hashim Thaci of trafficking in human organs.

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11 Feb 16 Croatian Culture Minister Wrote for Pro-Fascist Journal

The future of Culture Minister Zlatko Hasanbegovic looked more uncertain after a newspaper revealed that in 1996 he wrote articles hailing Croatian Fascist Ustasa fighters as heroes.

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11 Feb 16 Serbia Condemns Hague Pressure to Arrest Radicals

Justice Minister pledges to send a protest to the Hague-based war crimes court after the ICTY slammed Belgrade for not arresting three Radical Party members.

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10 Feb 16 Turkish Organ-Trafficking Suspect Gives Statement in Pristina

Kenan Demirkol, a Turkish doctor accused of organ-harvesting by the Kosovo authorities, has given a statement in Pristina in exchange of the suspension of an Interpol warrant for his arrest.

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10 Feb 16 UN Court Presses Serbia to Arrest Radicals

The Hague Tribunal accused Belgrade of failing to cooperate because it hasn’t arrested three officials from the Serbian Radical Party suspected of threatening witnesses at their leader Vojislav Seselj’s trial.

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09 Feb 16 Bosnian Croat Fighter Jailed for Killing Detainees

Former Croatian Defence Council fighter Damir Lipovac was jailed for seven years after admitting he inhumanely treated, robbed and killed Serb civilians in the Derventa area of northern Bosnia in 1992.

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09 Feb 16 Nazi-Allied Serbian Leader ‘Can’t Be Rehabilitated’

The author of a book on wartime Nazi collaborators said that a bid to clear the name of WWII-era Serbian puppet government leader Milan Nedic was likely to end in failure.

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09 Feb 16 Radovan Karadzic’s Former Adviser Arrested

Jovan Tintor, a high-ranking wartime politician and former adviser to Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic was arrested on suspicion of taking part in war crimes in Vogosca near Sarajevo.

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09 Feb 16 Bosnian Serb Genocide Convict Dies in The Hague

The former intelligence chief of the Bosnian Serb Army’s Main Headquarters, Zdravko Tolimir, who was convicted of the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica, died in the Hague Tribunal’s detention unit.

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09 Feb 16 Bosnian Serb Leader Postpones Controversial Referendum

Facing growing criticism, the president of Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska postponed a planned referendum which was intended to challenge the authority of the state judiciary.

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08 Feb 16 Nazi-Backed Leader Milan Nedic ‘Helped Serbs’

A witness at a rehabilitation hearing for Milan Nedic argued that the Nazi-backed WWII-era puppet government leader helped many Serbs survive the German occupation of the region.

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08 Feb 16 Bosnia Police ‘Not Informed’ About Pressure on Witnesses

Bosnia’s State Investigation and Protection Agency said it had no information about alleged pressures on witnesses to testify against former Bosnian Army troops in war crimes cases.

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05 Feb 16 Sarajevo Commemorates Deadly Market Attack

Mourners gathered to mark the 22nd anniversary of the shelling of Sarajevo’s Markale marketplace and to remember the 68 people who were killed in the blast in 1994.

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